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Interview with Adm. Nathman of US Fleet Forces Command

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Adm. John B. Nathaman Defense News conducted an extensive interview with Admiral John Nathman, commander of the U.S. Fleet Forces Command on Aug. 4, 2006, at Adm. Nathman’s headquarters in Norfolk, VA. Subjects discussed included how the job of Fleet Forces Command has evolved since its creation in 2001, global piracy, the “thousand ship navy” concept, new directions in anti-mine warfare, developments related to the Littoral Combat Ship and its program innovations, et. al. The answers were substantive, and the interview is worth your while.

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