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Arctic Capabilities: DoD Addressed Many Specified Reporting Elements in Its 2011 Arctic Report but Should Take Steps to Meet Near- and Long-Term Needs
John H. Pendleton (au)
The gradual retreat of polar sea ice, combined with an increase in human activity -- shipping traffic, oil and gas exploration, and tourism in the Arctic region -- could increase the need for a U.S. military and homeland security presence in the Arctic. As a result, the DoD must begin preparing to access, operate, and protect national interests there. DoD prepared a report on Arctic Operations and the Northwest Passage, and addressed five reporting elements. This report assessed the extent to which: (1) DoDäó»s Report to Congress on Arctic Operations and the Northwest Passage addressed the specified reporting elements; and (2) DoD has efforts under way to identify and prioritize the capabilities needed to meet national security objectives in the Arctic. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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