maritime superiority

maritime superiority

That degree of dominance of one force over another that permits the conduct of maritime operations by the former and its related land, sea, and air forces at a given time and place without prohibitive interference by the opposing force.
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In his "Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority," the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) charged the Navy with testing and refining naval power concepts "through focused wargaming, modeling, and simulations" that will connect directly to fleet exercises and training.
The FLEX program's series of war games and at-sea experiments continues to examine attributes outlined in the Navy's "Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority.
Richardson has said the pace of technology development and delivery in the Navy and Marine Corps must speed up in order to maintain maritime superiority for U.
In A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) addresses three global forces that "energize the quickly changing environment in which the Navy must operate.
Designed by IAI's ELTA Group to provide maritime domain situational awareness and maritime superiority, the new MPA provides the most sophisticated surveillance, reconnaissance and armament systems to be installed on a business-jet to date.
The Airman seeks air superiority; the Sailor, maritime superiority.
This year's theme, "National Security, Maritime Superiority and Global Presence," complements the cooperative maritime strategy and advances public understanding of the critical importance of sea power for America's security and prosperity.
Gaining and maintaining air, land and maritime superiority is a given in joint warfighting.
This means establishing air and maritime superiority in the area of operations and along the lines of communication (LOC) that extend from our power projection bases to the area of operations.
John Richardson published a vision for the future of the Navy (The Future Navy, May 17, 2017) which forcefully makes the case that, in addition to a larger fleet, new operating methods and new technologies will be necessary to maintain our maritime superiority.
But adversaries are already moving quickly to advance their own technological capabilities, the CNO warned, which means the pace of technological development and delivery in the Navy and Marine Corps must accelerate to maintain maritime superiority for U.

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