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The Submarine Force in Joint Operations

By Kelly, Christopher J.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000175315
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Reproduction Date: 2008

Title: The Submarine Force in Joint Operations  
Author: Kelly, Christopher J.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Kelly, C. J. (n.d.). The Submarine Force in Joint Operations. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.org/


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Excerpt: I am a career Naval Officer who served on four submarines over the last 13 years. My experience includes nine years of sea duty on both fast attack (SSN) and fleet ballistic missile (SSBN) submarines. I’ve had the good fortune to conduct almost every submarine mission there is. The majority of my ‘time on the pond’ occurred prior to the wall coming down and I learned most of my operational skills while going up against the bad guys. I am very proud to have served with a wide variety of outstanding men, both officer and enlisted.

Table of Contents
Contents Page DISCLAIMER................................................................................................................ ii PREFACE...................................................................................................................... iv ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................... v INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 6 BLUE WATER CAPABILITIES.................................................................................... 9 Nuclear Deterrence ................................................................................................... 9 Anti-Submarine Warfare ......................................................................................... 10 Anti-Surface Warfare .............................................................................................. 12 Conclusion.............................................................................................................. 13 LITTORAL CAPABILITIES........................................................................................ 15 Surveillance and Intelligence................................................................................... 16 Special Operations .................................................................................................. 16 Precision Strike ....................................................................................................... 18 Mining Operations .................................................................................................. 20 Anti-Diesel ASW.................................................................................................... 20 Conclusion.............................................................................................................. 22 FUTURE CAPABILITIES............................................................................................ 24 NSSN...................................................................................................................... 24 Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) ............................................................. 25 Kinetic Energy Warheads / ATACMS..................................................................... 25 UUVs and UAVs .................................................................................................... 26 Conclusion.............................................................................................................. 27 RECOMMENDATIONS .............................................................................................. 28 Nuclear vs. Diesel Submarines ................................................................................ 28 TRIDENT DDS / ASDS ......................................................................................... 31 Improving CVBG Operations.................................................................................. 33 CONCLUSION............................................................................................................. 37 BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................................................................................... 39

 

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