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Tactical and strategic antisubmarine warfare

Kosta Tsipis

Tactical and strategic antisubmarine warfare

by Kosta Tsipis

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anti-submarine warfare.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 144-148.

    Statement[written by Kosta Tsipis].
    SeriesA SIPRI monograph
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsV214 .T78 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. ;
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5055328M
    ISBN 100262200317
    LC Control Number74017775

    This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons. It has been accepted for Strategic Anti-submarine Warfare and Naval Strategy Published by U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons, 4 Naval War College Review, Vol. 41 [], No. 2, Art.   Warfare certainly matured along with civilization as a violent expression of political will and intent. We currently view the art of warfare in three levels—tactical, operational, and strategic—but it was not always so. In the beginning, there were strategy and tactics.

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    This maneuver is usually attempted – and should only be attempted – if one has a superior force or exceptional tactical skill. The obvious advantage of this maneuver is complete annihilation of the opposing force while the disadvantage is the danger of a counter-stroke against strung out forces if the encirclement is not strong enough. US Submarines by Jim Christley, Osprey Publishing, Defeating the U-Boat: Inventing Antisubmarine Warfare by Jan S. Breemer, Dept. of the Navy, Reviewed by James-Joseph Ahern. Introduced into naval service at the start of the Twentieth-Century, the submarine presented the first threat to the century old concept of the battle fleet as being the primary source of control of.


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Tactical and Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare. Kosta Tsipis and Randall Forsberg. Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell. ISBN pp. Submarine-launched ballistic missiles have long been considered the most invulnerable component of the strategic nuclear forces deployed by the United States and the Soviet Union.

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Tsipis. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface / Frank Barnaby --Introduction --Underwater acoustics --Submarine acoustic detection systems and their platforms --Tactical antisubmarine warfare --ASW and strategic stability systems and forces.

Sources and methods --Appendix equipment and weapons, by counry of. But books like"Tactical and Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare" by Kosta Tsipis (), Hill's "Anti-Submarine Warfare" (), Stefanik's "Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare" (), and Friedman's "History of Antisubmarine Warfare" () show that it is possible to walk the line between uninformative overgeneralizations and classified material.

Tactical and strategic antisubmarine warfare. Home. Our collections. Books Tactical and strategic antisubmarine warfare. description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description.

Text by Professor Kosta Tsipis, appendix by Randall Forsberg. Show more. Object details Category. It would be better for someone interested on the ASW matters, to read the excellent books "Submarines" and "Anti-submarine warfare" published by Brassey's in the s, which are much more general in scope and content more technical and tactical Reviews: 1.

Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare and Naval Strategy G - Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series Sheiba Collection: Author: Tom Stefanick: Contributor: Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (U.S.) Publisher: Lexington Books, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: ISBN: The technical aspects of strategic planning.

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might resort to tactical nuclear weapons against opposing 2. For an excellent example of these arguments, see Tom Stefanick, Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare and Naval Strategy (Lexington, MA: DC Heath and Co.

Lexington Books, ), pp. The tactical level of warfare is where one sees the face of battle." Most weapon systems used in war operate at this level. Knives, bayonets, guns, cannons, bombs, and. Strategic and Tactical Principles of Warfare Military commanders and theorists throughout history have formulated what they considered to be the most important strategic and tactical principles of war.

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Usually, modern wars and conflicts are won or lost at this level rather than at the operational or tactical levels.5 The strategic level. Hunters and Killers is a comprehensive two-volume history of all aspects of Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), covering its beginnings in the late 18th Century through the important role of present anti-submarine systems and operations.

The first volume discusses ASW operations up to World War II, ending in earlyand this second volume continues from to the present. strategic and tactical antisubmarine warfare operations by exploiting the high acoustic source levels of Soviet submarines to achieve long detection ranges.

The emergence of the quiet Soviet. Captain Toti commanded the USS Indianapolis (SSN), Submarine Squadron 3 in Pearl Harbor, and Fleet Antisubmarine Warfare Command detachment Norfolk. He also served on the staff of the Vice Chief of Naval Operations as Navy adviser to the Joint Requirements Oversight Council, was the first deputy director of the CNO War Plans Cell, Deep Blue.

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