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Naval Operations Concept 2010: Implementing the Maritime Strategy Admiral Gary Roughead

Naval Operations Concept 2010: Implementing the Maritime Strategy

Admiral Gary Roughead

Published May 25th 2010
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112 pages
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In the 21st century, information moves around the world almost instantaneously through cyberspace, and people and select goods quickly travel great distances by air. However, most materiel still moves the way it has for millennia—by sea. NinetyMoreIn the 21st century, information moves around the world almost instantaneously through cyberspace, and people and select goods quickly travel great distances by air. However, most materiel still moves the way it has for millennia—by sea. Ninety percent of the world’s goods travel by sea. Similarly, whenever the United States conducts military operations on foreign soil, the vast majority of U.S. joint force materiel continues to be transported by sea.Using the sea as maneuver space is the overarching concept of this publication. The Naval Service provides a sea-based force free from reliance on local ports and airfields. Naval forces continuously operate forward—and surge additional forces when necessary—to influence adversaries and project power.