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Chinese Naval Capabilities

Analysis of PRC's naval capabilities. 

  • Cruden, Maj. David S., "Clipping the Dragon's Wings: Gaining and Maintaining Air Superiority in the South China Sea," ACSC thesis, 2020, 50 pgs.
  • Hafner, Lt. Commander Luke M., USN, "Evaluation of Pearl Harbor Necessitates a Much-Needed Boost," eSchool Thesis, 2019, 37 pgs.
  • Henel, LCDR Alexander J., "Chinese Military Expansions: Effects on US Naval Power Projection and the National Defense Strategy," ACSC thesis, 2020, 45 pgs.
  • Johnson, LCDR Kyle A., "Death from Below: How the US Navy Can Capitalize on 21st Century Submarine Technology," ACSC thesis, 2020, 38 pgs.
  • Kirklin, Russell J., "It's a 'We Said, Xi Said' Situation: Analyzing CCP Perceptions of US Freedom of Navigation Operations," SAASS thesis, 2020
  • Veenhof, Maj. Nick, "An Analysis of the East China Sea ADIZ and Its Consequences," ACSC paper, 2020, 19 pgs. Prize Winner: Outstanding International Officer Research Award
  • Wielert, Maj. Corey, "Salami, Cabbage and Little Blue Men: China's Maritime Militia in the South China Sea," ACSC elective paper, 2019, 13 pgs.
  • Wielert, Maj. Corey, "Slicing the Chinese Salami: Binding Engagement and International Law in the South China Sea," ACSC elective paper, 2020, 14 pgs.