The Army Reserve's 'Navy': Vital to Army Power Projection

Pullen, Randy; Whitney, David
December 2000
Officer;Dec2000, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p20
Part III. Focuses on the United States Army watercraft mission. Use of logistic support vessels and landing craft utility; Transportation Command based in Transportation Command; Activities during the war games called Turbo Patriot; High-priority individual equipment items. INSET: Communication ties it all together..


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