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February 1, 1991
A magazine that circulates just 30,000 copies has become an unexpected star of the Persian Gulf War. JANE'S DEFENSE WEEKLY is considered one of the most authoritative sources of information on the world's military. And when the war prompted questions from the media, publisher Paul Beaver was the man with the answers. Before the war, he had made about five media appearances a week. Says Beaver: "It was more like five an hour in the first week of the Gulf War--we went rather overboard."
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May 21, 1991 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A key naval lesson of the Persian Gulf War is that the United States should maintain operational control over all allied warships in any future conflict, the editor of the authoritative Jane's Fighting Ships said Monday. Richard Sharpe, a retired British naval captain, argued that coalition naval forces cannot simply coordinate operations among themselves, as they did in the Gulf. The Pentagon's allies must place themselves under a U.S. commander, he said.
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May 21, 1991 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A key naval lesson of the Persian Gulf War is that the United States should maintain operational control over all allied warships in any future conflict, the editor of the authoritative Jane's Fighting Ships said Monday. Richard Sharpe, a retired British naval captain, argued that coalition naval forces cannot simply coordinate operations among themselves, as they did in the Gulf. The Pentagon's allies must place themselves under a U.S. commander, he said.
NEWS
February 1, 1991
A magazine that circulates just 30,000 copies has become an unexpected star of the Persian Gulf War. JANE'S DEFENSE WEEKLY is considered one of the most authoritative sources of information on the world's military. And when the war prompted questions from the media, publisher Paul Beaver was the man with the answers. Before the war, he had made about five media appearances a week. Says Beaver: "It was more like five an hour in the first week of the Gulf War--we went rather overboard."
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