naval expeditionary warfare

naval expeditionary warfare

Military operations mounted from the sea, usually on short notice, consisting of forward deployed, or rapidly deployable, self-sustaining naval forces tailored to achieve a clearly stated objective. Also called NEW. See also expedition.
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Speaking at the 20th Naval Expeditionary Warfare Conference in Norfolk, Virginia, in late October, Dee said Congressional support for amphibious ships is strong but in the current security environment, balance, agility and innovation are key to maritime success.
William Whitlow, a former director of naval expeditionary warfare.
Michelle Howard underscored the need for the Navy's platforms, policies, processes and people to be reliable, relevant, flexible and adaptable at the 19th annual Naval Expeditionary Warfare Conference Nov.
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