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Swift and Effective Retribution

The U.S. Sixth Fleet and the Confrontation with Qaddafi

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Swift and Effective Retribution: The U.S. Sixth Fleet and the Confrontation with Qaddafi by Joseph, T. Stanik
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The object of this monograph is to highlight for officers and sailors the vital contribution of the Navy to America's national security, economic prosperity and global presence during the contemporary era. Often, the deterrence of nuclear attack on the United States, protection of overseas commerce, support for international alliances and evacuation of American citizens from troubled lands abroad has been accomplished peacefully. At other times, the fleet has been called upon to go "in harm's way" to defend the global interests of the United States. The Navy, for instance, played a significant role in the Korean, Vietnam and Persian Gulf Wars. Less well known, but no less important, the fleet has also been involved during the last half century in several short-term combat actions in support of U.S. foreign policy. The American confrontation with Muammar al-Qaddafi's Libya during the 1980s, the subject of this monograph, was a classic example of how national objectives can often be met through such use of naval force. This method for dealing with international terrorism has been and will be an effective weapon in the president's foreign policy arsenal. The author of this study, Joseph T. Stanik, is admirably equipped to deal with the topic. His education in national security affairs, active service with the fleet in the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf, and experience as a naval historian have served him well in the preparation of this balanced appraisal of the Libya crisis. William S. Dudley Director of Naval History United States Navy
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
University Press of the Pacific
Pages
64
Dimensions
210x279x3
ISBN-13
9781410224637
Product ID
2242909

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