Donaldson, Peter
October 2013
Naval Forces;2013, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p59
The article focuses on the "Sejong Dae Wang" class (KDX-3) Aegis Destroyers of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy. According to the author, after the loss of the Pohang class corvette ROKS "Cheonan" to a North Korean torpedo in March 2010, the South Korean government de-emphasised the development of the ROK Navy's blue water capabilities.


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