1981 Annual Report of the Center for Naval Analyses.
CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA
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The examples in this section represent only about a fourth of CNAs research during FY 1981. Subjects covered during FY 1981 include1 Current Forces and Operations--The Naval Balance in Key Regions, How Capable Are the Navys Antisubmarine Forces, New Tactics for Fleet Air Defense, Aiming at Targets Over the Horizon, and Graduation for Aircraft Carriers 2 Strategic Aspects of Force Planning--Reading the Soviets, Can the Soviets Interdict the Sea Lanes-and How, Chinas Quest for Sea Power, and Will the Navy Run Out of Fuel 3 Future Forces and Systems--Shaping Tomorrows Amphibious Forces, How to Deploy Marines, Control Systems for Marine Forces, Space-Based Navigation for the Navy, and Tethered Air Vehicles as Sensor Platforms 4 Manpower and Material Readiness--Forecasting the Supply of Navy Recruits, Maintaining Recruiting Standards, How Changes in Pay Affect Navy Reenlistments, Are Larger Aircraft Squadrons More Efficient, How to Estimate the Operating Costs of Naval Bases, and Cost Differences Between Public and Private Shipyards 5 Non-Defense Research--Using Quit Rates to Help Set Government Pay, and How Work Tests Affect Job Search.
- Naval Surface Warfare