New Combat and Noncombat Roles for U.S. Aircraft Carriers

by John Gordon IV, Peter A. Wilson, John Birkler, Steven Boraz, Gordon T. Lee

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Abstract

This research brief describes the range of new capabilities that U.S. aircraft carriers will require for combat and noncombat operations in the next 20 to 30 years.

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