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.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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To protect its maritime interests and balance the Indian Navyas maritime superiority Pakistan has established a Naval Strategic Force Command-(NSFC), (Pakistan Cites Second-Strike Capability, 2012) and modified a conventional submarine to carry a nuclear tipped Babur-III cruise missile with a 700km range (Pakistan attains "second strike capability, 2017).
In his 2018 guidance, A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority 2.0, Richardson spells out the challenges he expects Naval forces to face--and overcome.
In "The Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority, Version 2.0," sustainment, acquisitions, and logistics are central to the Navy's framework to recapture strategic momentum and grow our advantages in the maritime domain.
THE CNO, THE DESIGN FOR MAINTAINING MARITIME SUPERIORITY, AND THE FUTURE NAVY
John Richardson's strategy, "A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority: Achieve High Velocity Learning at Every Level," the detachment qualified Sailors in different work centers to ensure a highly qualified workforce with a small footprint.
We will have air superiority, but can no longer count on having maritime superiority. Therefore, the challenge will be how to deploy the force in an area of operation that is, quite frankly, all maritime.
"As part of the Essex Amphibious Ready Group, this platform supports operations on the ground from international waters, all while enabling maritime superiority that enhances stability and security." (end) ak.gb
"The introduction of the world's most advanced fighter aircraft allows US Central Command to approach missions from a position of strength, providing air and maritime superiority to ensure security at sea and on land," she added.
The exercise was focused on increasing maritime interoperability training objectives among the three maritime forces, emphasising high-end war fighting skills, maritime superiority, and power projection.
In the Navy's new strategy, dubbed "A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority" and released in early January, says Washington's adversaries - notably Moscow and Beijing - are seeking to exploit what Richardson called the "three global forces": traffic in the ocean, the global information system and the increasing rate of innovation.

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