Skip to main content

Analysis of the future requirements for naval warfare in a riverine/ insular restricted waterway environment, and a consideration of the policy options available to the United States in support of these requirements, by Jerome R. Dunn, Robert C. Loomis, Jr., Robert B. Pemberton, and Ervin E. White

 Digital Record
Identifier: RG13_305_02_01


  • Creation: 1970 Apr 21



A group research study paper by Commander Jerome R. Dunn, USN; Lieutenant Commander Robert C. Loomis, Jr., USN; Lieutenant Commander Robert B. Pemberton, USN; and Lieutenant Commander Ervine E. White, USN. This paper studied the potential requirement for continuing naval warfare activity on international waterways; U.S. security interests, commitments, general force planning and military assistance policy trends relating to areas of high susceptibility to insurgency on internal waterways; an historical assessment of U.S. and contemporary experiences in internal water warfare; and presented U.S. programs and policies for internal water naval operations and recommendations for improvements to the programs.


4.4 Megabytes ; 121 pages