Night Ops

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

"The Business of a Seafaring Man is Ships"

 Why we have a Navy - as described in 1968, but timeless in import.

". . . [T]his free world alliance must be stitched together with ships . . .

"Often as not, the overt expression of the United States' intent was those steel gray ships that took station on the horizon . . ."

The current question is how much Navy is enough to to the job.

You might know my answer:

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