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Scanning the Horizon: Implications for Navy Strategy of National, Joint and Other Services' Strategic Trends
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This study reviews and assesses strategies, concepts, doctrines, policies, and trends in strategic thinking, as reflected in documents published by five U.S. national security entities National and joint authorities including the President, the Secretary of Defense SECDEF, the Office of the Secretary of Defense SECDEF, the Office of the Secretary of Defense OSD, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff CJCS, the Joint Chiefs of Staff JCS, and the Joint Staff and the U.S. Army, Air Force, Coast Guard and Marine Corps. From these reviews and assessments, the study then derives implications and recommendations for a potential U.S. Navy refreshment of the basic maritime strategy document. A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower CS 21 signed in October 2007 by the heads of the three maritime armed services. Key questions answered are What are the most salient current strategic conceptspoliciestrends in the joint arena and in the other four armed services What are the potential implications for Navy strategy from each of the five assessed areas nationaljoint and other four services How should the nationaljoint and other four services strategiesconceptstrends in strategic thinking be reflected in future maritime strategy updates
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