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Saturday, March 14, 2015

U.S. Sea Service Strategy Revision Includes Navy and Coast Guard Ship Counts, All Domain Access Outline

USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77)The latest revision to the 2007 U.S. Sea Service strategy has added sections addressing the complexity of the intersection of cyber and electronic warfare and hangs a loose number on the number of ships the U.S. Navy needs to execute its roles in the world.

Eighteen months and several drafts later, the revision to A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower (CS21) is the U.S. Navy, Marines Corps and Coast Guard’s broad policy outline for their global roles.

“The world has changed since 2007, when the last strategy was published, violent extremist organization like [Islamic State in Iraq and Syria] have grown. We have a continued threat from North Korea and Iran and you’ve seen the recent Russian aggression. There’s also the question of the rise of China,” Navy Rear Adm. William McQuilkin, director Navy strategy and policy division, told reporters in a Wednesday briefing.

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