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Ready Seapower, A History of the US Seventh Fleet


Year: 2012
Language: english
Author: Edward J. Marolda
Genre: History
Publisher: US Naval History & Heritage Command
Edition: First
ISBN: 9781780398921
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 216
Description: This book is full in color and black and white images.
It is a historical study that covers the service in the Asia-Pacific region of the U.S. Seventh Fleet during the 20th and 21st centuries up to 2010. The Fleet saw combat in nearly every major battle of World War II in the Pacific as well as in the Cold War conflicts in Korea and Vietnam. Today the Fleet acts as a deterrence to aggressor nations in the region, provides humanitarian relief in times of disaster, participates in joint and combined exercises, and conducts counter-terrorism and anti-pirate operations.
The author as a formal Senior Historian of the US Navy, brings to the topic more than forty year of relevant scholarship and experience.

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