Adapt or Die. Obsolescence, Offset Strategies and the Pacific

“We’re a maritime nation – we’ve grown by the sea and live by it; if we lose command of it we starve” – this is what the English used to say. The Americans still say it today. So it is no coincidence that the US Navy is the pride of the American armed forces – nor is it a coincidence that aircraft carriers are the pride of the US Navy, a symbol of its power and the United States.

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Author Albert Świdziński
Director of Analysis at Strategy&Future.
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