"Compiled by a former Navy liaison officer to the Joint Staff and battle watch captain in the Navy Operations Center, this fact-laden reference will prove invaluable to service personnel, civilian employees of the Navy Department, journalists writing about naval matters, and everyone else having an interest in the U.S. Navy."--BOOK JACKET.
1. A look back : 9/11 from the view of naval reserve navy command center detachment 106
2. Around the world, around the clock : operations noble eagle and enduring freedom
3. U.S. Navy and coalition maritime operations during operation Iraqi freedom
4. Military sealift command operations in enduring freedom and Iraqi freedom
5. Medical capabilities on target : naval medicine's support in operation Iraqi freedom
6. Overview of recent naval strategy
7. Current naval vision : sea power 21
8. Department of the navy organization
9. Secretaries of the navy
10. Chiefs of naval operations
11. Master chief petty officers of the navy
12. Ships of the U.S. Navy
13. Aircraft of the U.S. Navy
14. Weapon systems of the U.S. Navy
15. Major navy bases and air stations in the United States
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