Szmajdzinski, Jerzy
February 2005
Naval Forces;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p5
Focuses on the military activities and performance of the Polish Navy. Background/history of the naval forces' allied maritime operations; Citation of military duties and responsibilities; Transformation of special forces.


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