Jacobs, Keith
August 2007
Naval Forces;2007, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p129
The article reports that South Korea (ROK) Navy is emerging as a future regional naval force. The "ROK Defence Reform 2004" presents the future force targets for the military forces in 2020. While the manpower of ROK Navy and ROK Marine Corps will drop only slightly, its force capabilities and composition will grow significantly by 2020.


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