Infantry Armor Artillery Support Paramilitary Reserves
Warplanes Air Weapons Air Defense
Surface ForcesSubmarinesNaval AirMarines
Counter-TerrorismSpecial OperationsInformation WarfarePeacekeeping
MoraleLeadershipIntelligenceMurphy's LawWinningPeace Time
Electronic WeaponsSpaceNBC WeaponsStrategic Weapons
Sea TransportationAir Transportation
If there is an invasion of Iraq, the U.S. Navy's extensive use of smart bombs and new reconnaissance and communications technology will enable each carrier to hit 700 targets a day, rather than 162 a day as was the case during the 1991 Gulf War.
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