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Sea Control by Design

Sea Control by Design

By Vice Adm. Tom Rowden Commander, Naval Surface Forces “The U.S. Navy exists to control the sea.” – Vice Adm. “Hank” Mustin These were the words Vice Adm. “Hank” Mustin told the USS Miller (FF 1091) wardroom 37 years ago. His guidance to the officers that day would have a …

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Distributed Lethality: The Beginning of the Beginning

ARLINGTON, Va. (Jan. 13, 2015) Vice Adm. Thomas S. Rowden, commander of Naval Surface Forces, discusses up-and-coming warfighting technologies during the 27th annual Surface Navy Association (SNA) National Symposium.

By Vice Adm. Tom Rowden  Commander U.S. Naval Surface Forces Earlier this month in the U.S. Naval Institute’s “Proceedings Magazine,” Rear Admirals Pete Fanta and Pete Gumataotao and I introduced the idea of “Distributed Lethality,” and then we followed it up at last week’s Surface Navy Association (SNA) National Symposium with presentations designed to continue the discussion. After a couple days …

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