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Lessons not learned : the U.S. Navy's status quo culture

Author: Roger Thompson, M.A.
Publisher: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, ©2007.
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Despite its reputation as the most impressive in the world, there is evidence that the US Navy is in trouble. This title provides an assessment of the Navy and concludes that it has a learning  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Thompson, M.A.
ISBN: 9781591148654 1591148650
OCLC Number: 76901958
Description: xvi, 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction and objective (quaere verum) --
2. The "exercises aren't real" argument : my riposte --
3. David vs. Goliath : diesel subs and mines take on the U.S. Navy --
4. ASW : a low priority? --
5. A lucky break at Midway and the big-carrier Navy --
6. The Russians mug the Kitty Hawk, the Saratoga, the Constellation, the Carl Vinson, and others --
7. The Chinese know thy potential enemy --
8. Lax security --
9. A few realistic men --
10. This isn't top gun --
and watch out for the little guy --
11. Lack of training, overrated technology, bad policies, and technocratic leadership --
12 Morale issues, racism, drugs, sabotage,and related matters --
13. What Tom Clancy does not know or won't tell you --
14. Misleading Congress, and a cultural explanation --
15. Conclusion --
Afterword by Col. Douglas Macgregor --
Appendix : USN ships that have been theoretically destroyed.
Responsibility: Roger Thompson.
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