Evaluation of the Yokosuka base for the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet operation
Terasawa, Katsuaki L.
Jones, Lawrence R.
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This research concerns evaluation of the Yokosuka base for the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet operation. The research will focus on fleet operating costs and required fleet assets for a given level of operation. In particular, I will examine what value in terms of fleet operating costs and assets does the United States receive using the Yokosuka base to deploy its fleet in Asia. A computer model will be developed to evaluate this benefit and will compare the differences in operating costs and required fleet assets between the Yokosuka base and other bases such as Guam and Hawaii
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