Naval Expeditionary Warfare Vision 2010

Naval Expeditionary Warfare Vision 2010

By (author)  , By (author) 

Free delivery worldwide

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days
When will my order arrive?


U.S. strategic interests include global security; prosperity; broad respect for universal values; and an international order that promotes cooperative action. Naval expeditionary forces are at the forefront of our national responses to ongoing international conflicts; moreover, they play a vital role in advancing these strategic interests confronting irregular challenges to prevent potential future conflicts. These conflicts and irregular challenges are caused primarily by instability and insecurity, which constitute pervasive threats to the nation's interests. As articulated by our military's senior leadership, these threats, and the corresponding call for our military forces, specifically expeditionary forces, are expected to continue and will likely increase in the future. Naval Expeditionary Warfare Vision 2010 promotes an increased awareness of expeditionary programs and forces, and the way they are supporting the Maritime Strategy. This document continues the description of expanded naval expeditionary capabilities initiated in the 2008 Naval Expeditionary Warfare Plan. It includes Naval Special Warfare; Mine Warfare; Amphibious Warfare; Navy Expeditionary Combat; and Seabasing Integration programs for which the Navy's Expeditionary Warfare Division (N85) provides resource sponsorship and/or has current or future requirements oversight. While addressing programs supporting amphibious capabilities of the Navy - Marine Corps team, it also addresses a wide spectrum of expeditionary capabilities that are similarly important to our nation. This edition of the Naval Expeditionary Warfare Plan will follow the format of its predecessors; it will describe expeditionary warfare assets and programs, and their uses in current expeditionary operations worldwide. The objectives of this publication are to: Promote an increased awareness of current and future expeditionary warfare capabilities and to stimulate discussion amongst the target audience; Show how expeditionary forces support the Maritime Strategy and combatant commanders' (CCDRs') requirements by being forward deployed and rapidly deployable to influence events on a global scale; Describe expeditionary forces and recent expeditionary more

Product details

  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 7.11mm | 381.02g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508526370
  • 9781508526377