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Sea control

Here are entered works on the strategic and tactical employment of land or sea-based forces of a country at the time its maritime interests are threatened, so as to gain or exploit control of the sea or deny its use to the enemy. Works on long term questions of naval strength, including weapons, installations, national resources, etc., allowing a country to maintain control of the sea and the air space above are entered under Sea-power.

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  • Control of the sea
  • Maritime operations (Naval forces)
  • Operations, Naval
Filed under: Sea control Filed under: Submarine warfare Filed under: Torpedoes Filed under: Torpedoes -- Fiction

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