Additionally, Chinese sea power should emphasize the limited use of military and paramilitary forces at sea
, stressing especially the search for ways to use maritime forces in peacetime, including as instruments of political diplomacy.
"The increase in political motives inextricably linked to illegal activities at sea
demonstrates that a distinction between motives is no longer sustainable in a world where non-state actors are either as powerful or more powerful than some states." (19)
After countless hours at sea
the men in the open boat have lost nearly all hope of survival and are becoming increasingly frustrated with the seeming helplessness of their situation.
, he served as supply officer of the aircraft carrier, USS Ranger (CV 61), 1987-89; of the nuclear guided missile cruiser, USS Long Beach (CGN 9), 1982-84; and as the aviation supply officer aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Constellation (CV 64), 1976-78.
There are 8,000 books in the library, and the Oxford University at Sea
program offers lectures on a host of subjects.
Linda Duane, MSRD, food service director at Sea
View, chaired the committee, which included: staff members from administration, nursing, food service/dietary, engineering/maintenance, housekeeping, and activities.
The court first examined the district court's findings that (1) the layoffs at Sea
Ray were caused by two separate events that occurred in two different plan years (the downturn in the small-boat market in 1989-1990, and the decline in the large-boat business caused by the Federal luxury tax in 1990-1991), (2) because the causes of the layoffs were independent, the percentage decline should be considered separately for each of those years and (3) employees who terminated their employment voluntarily as a result of the company's economic downturn should be excluded from the partial termination calculation, along with employees whose employment terminated as a result of death, disability, retirement or for cause.
Until the 1970s, chemical weapons were also routinely dumped at sea
. Following World War II, for example, an estimated 150,000 tons of German and Japanese chemical armaments were dumped in the Baltic Sea.