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Defense of the Navy
The Maritime Strategy
The Navy and the Strategic Nuclear Forces
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Air Force aircraft aircraft carriers alert allies amount amphibious amphibious forces Annual assumed Atlantic attack submarines author's estimates ballistic bases billion bombers brigades Budget campaign carrier battle groups command committed contingencies conventional convoys cost cruise missiles damage defense delivered demand Department deploy deployment despite destroy deterrence effectiveness efficient force enemy escorts Europe exist expected Fiscal fleet force planning forward ground ICBMs important increase Japan land land-based launchers least less lift major Marine amphibious Maritime Strategy military missiles missions month naval Navy nuclear nuclear weapons Ocean operate overseas Pacific patrol percent perhaps Persian planners ports possible president probably protection questions raid range remains response sea-lanes secretary ships SLBMs Sources South Korea Soviet Union SSBNs strategic nuclear strike supplies surface combatants Table tactical targets threat tons United warfare warheads weapons World