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      Zumwalt, Holloway, and the Soviet Navy Threat: Leadership in a Time of Strategic, Social, and Cultural Change

      Journal of Advanced Military Studies
      Marine Corps University Press

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          This article examines the strategic challenges faced by Admirals Elmo Zumwalt and James Holloway as chiefs of naval operations in the 1970s. Zumwalt’s charter was to reform the U.S. Navy, but it included a charge to address Navy strategy in the face of a growing Soviet maritime threat. He succeeded, but his successor, Admiral Holloway, who is less known, provided much needed stability for the fleet in the wake of Zumwalt’s reforms. Holloway continued to refine the ideas of Zumwalt and Admiral Stansfield Turner that eventually became the maritime strategy of the 1980s. The challenges they overcame provide insights for similar challenges today.

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          Journal
          Journal of Advanced Military Studies
          JAMS
          Marine Corps University Press
          27702596
          2770260X
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          October 07 2022
          September 16 2022
          : 13
          : 2
          : 19-32
          Article
          10.21140/mcuj.20221302001
          83c2bd7b-15f9-4ca9-9e0a-4a781136978c
          © 2022

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