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      Sea Control: Feasible, Acceptable, Suitable, or Simply Imperative

      Journal of Advanced Military Studies
      Marine Corps University Press

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          As the United States faces a rise in credible antiaccess/area-denial (A2/AD) threats, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) started developing counteraccess denial strategies early in the twenty-first century. Access denial strategies are not a new defensive strategy; what makes access denial challenging on the modern battlefield is the dramatic improvement and proliferation of weapons capable of denying access to or freedom of action within an operational area. Through a historical review of Japanese naval battles during the early twentieth century, a framework to model possible future contests for control of the maritime domain is possible. Control of the maritime domain is the prerequisite for assured access and sets the condition for successful Joint operations. In this article, recommendations for achieving success in this new operating environment are offered, including investing in low-cost technology that extends ranges of A2/AD capabilities.

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          Journal
          Journal of Advanced Military Studies
          JAMS
          Marine Corps University Press
          21644209
          21644217
          January 8 2021
          December 16 2020
          January 8 2021
          December 16 2020
          : 11
          : 2
          : 51-73
          Article
          10.21140/mcuj.20201102003
          e59b999d-c5f0-4047-8cf4-792da06216db
          © 2020

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          Theory of historical sciences,Political science,Modern history,General history,Contemporary history,History

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