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Expeditionary Warfare Conference (5th Annual) [in Panama City, FL] on 23-26 October 2000 (CD-ROM)

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Conference proceedings

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ELECTRONIC FILE CHARACTERISTICS 30 files Adobe Acrobat .PDF and MS Word .DOC. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION 1 CD-ROM 4 34 in. 80.4 MB. ABSTRACT CONTENTS Expeditionary Warfare - Issues and Challenges by MAJGEN Whitlow The International Environment and Marine Corps Concepts and Capabilities for the 21st Century by LTGEN Emil Bedard Forward...From the Sea - Extending Maritime Dominance Ashore by W. Shaklee Marine Corps Warfighting Lab by BGEN William D. Catto In-Stride USV Force Multipliers by Howard Hornsby Expeditionary Warfare Conference Breakfast Speaker, RADML J. M. Kelly Naval Surface Fire Support by CAPT C. Hamilton Land Attack Warfare - Power Projection Panel by CAPT Brian Schires N75 Power Projection - Coordinating and Orchestrating Full Spectrum Effects in Joint Operations by CAPT Peter Frothingham Power Projection Program Requirements A Joint Perspective by RADML Martin J. Mayer Navy Warfare Development Command Maritime Battle Center, Navy Experimentation and Expeditionary Warfare Instruments of Power Projection...Mine Warfare by CAPT Tom Davilli Littoral Warfare Battle Force Integration and Interoperability Challenge by CAPT H. Duane Covert NDIA Mine Countermeasures Support Ship MCS Study by Len Gollobin UUVs in Battlespace Dominance by Dr. Douglas Todoroff Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Targeting Vehicle RST-V by COL Joseph Kennedy and Jeffrey Bradel VTOL Heavy Cargo TiltRotor - Introducing Quad TiltRotor by Dick Spivey Developing the Joint Government-Contractor Team of Tomorrow...TODAY by Robert Johnston Decisive Power From The Sea Issues and Challenges for Today and Tomorrow by LTGEN Gary S. McKissock Status and Future of MPF-FUTURE by VADML J. F. Amerault APF Rapid ResponseGlobal Capacity Seaway, Adaptive Command and Control for Naval Expeditionary Logistics by COL Anthony A. Wood Seabasing and Sustainment Panel by Barron Nelson Forward Seabased Forces...Seabasing is much more than logistics Expeditionary Logistics

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  • Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

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