Two Naval Historical Center historians describe the Navy's role in the 1990 Persian Gulf War. Most accounts on that conflict have emphasized the part played by air and ground forces, but Marolda and Schneller focus on efforts to control the sea. US surface ships and submarines launched hundreds of cThe destroyer tendera#39;s repair staff of 650 men and women issued thousands of spare parts, ran a shipa#39;s store the size of a ... the Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard and the Dubai Drydock Company to handle war damaged U.S. naval vessels.
|Title||:||Shield and Sword|
|Author||:||Edward J. Marolda, Robert John Schneller|
|Publisher||:||Naval Institute Press - 2001-01|