Fleet Problem IX and Enduring Lessons for the Anti-Access Dilemma 

By Daniel Kostecka From 1923 to 1940, the United States Navy, sometimes in cooperation with other services, conducted 21 large-scale exercises known as Fleet Problems. These exercises were critical in developing tactics and operational concepts, along with the plans for platform development and acquisition crucial to the fleet’s success in the Second World War. Former … Continue reading Fleet Problem IX and Enduring Lessons for the Anti-Access Dilemma  →

Fleet Problem IX and Enduring Lessons for the Anti-Access Dilemma 
By Daniel Kostecka From 1923 to 1940, the United States Navy, sometimes in cooperation with other services, conducted 21 large-scale exercises known as Fleet Problems. These exercises were critical in developing tactics and operational concepts, along with the plans for platform development and acquisition crucial to the fleet’s success in the Second World War. Former … Continue reading Fleet Problem IX and Enduring Lessons for the Anti-Access Dilemma