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Changing the Navy's Force Generation Model

Bryan Clark

In a podcast interview on Sea Control 272, Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath discuss their latest idea for changing the Navy’s force generation model, getting carrier air wings to operate as a system, required shoreside infrastructure, and more.

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