The world's navies have a new reality: They are facing rapidly changing threats and taking on more missions with fewer aircraft and ships. The following three articles focus on some of the ways the U.S. Navy is adapting to prolonged, low-intensity warfare. Its venerable P-3s are being deployed for overland reconnaissance and monitoring of the sea lanes used for weapons smuggling and the movement of insurgent leadership. Iran, it is known, is providing arms to Hamas in the Palestinian ...

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