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Naval Operations in an Ice-Free Arctic: Symposium, April 17-18 2001: Final Report
George Newton (ed.). On 17 & 18 April 2001 the Oceanographer of the Navy, the Office of Naval Research, the Arctic Research Commission, & the Naval Ice Center co-sponsored a symposium on Naval Operations in an ice-free Arctic. The purpose of the symposium was to evaluate potential U.S. naval operations, provide initial guidance in determining potential naval missions, & identify future naval requirements for operations in an ice-diminished Arctic. There were 50 military & civilian participants representing the Navy staff, the fleet, program managers, U.S. Coast Guard operators, Arctic subject matter experts, Canadian military & civilian experts, & officers from the Royal Navy. Photos.
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