Major Operations of Navy

By: Arindham Sahi

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Contents: 1. Indo-Pakistani naval war of 1971. 2. Naval Warfare of world war I. 3. Navy operations in the Second World War. 4. Battle of midway. 5. Battle of Tassafaronga. 6. Battle of Savo Island. 7. Battle of the Atlantic. 8. Battle of Okinawa. 9. Battle of cape Esperance. 10. Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands. 11. Operation Neptune spear for laden. 12. Operation trident. 13. Naval lessons of the gulf war. Some missions require highly specialized talent – along with the training and the nerve to accomplish the most dangerous and daunting of tasks. Eliminating threats, Defusing bombs. Rescuing those in distress and salvaging vital equipment from treacherous depths. Members of the Naval Special Warfare/Naval Special Operations (NSW/NSO) communities take on the most impossible missions – and target the most elusive objectives. During the Pacific War of World War II, battleships and cruisers spent most of their time bombarding shore positions, while the carriers and their airplanes were the stars of the Battle of the Coral Sea, Battle of Midway, Battle of the Philippine Sea, and the climactic Battle of Leyte Gulf. Air power remained key to navies throughout the 20th century, moving to jets launched from ever-larger carriers, and augmented by cruisers armed with guided missiles and cruise missiles. At the present time, large naval wars and operations are seldom-seen affairs as modern-day warfare evolves further from warships, which have existed for centuries, to reliance on new technologies such as military aircraft and land warfare. Printed Pages: 323

Title: Major Operations of Navy

Author Name: Arindham Sahi

Categories: India, Deffence/ MIlitary History,

Publisher: New Delh, Lenin Media Pvt. Ltd.: 2018

ISBN: 9789387226111

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 1201448

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