By Barrett Tillman
In June, 1944, American and jap provider fleets made their method throughout the Philippine Sea, either hoping to take keep watch over of the important Marianas Islands. after they met, they embarked upon a naval engagement that escalated into the main marvelous plane service conflict in background. here's the real account of the conflict, instructed from each side - via those that have been there. Drawing upon a number of interviews in addition to reliable resources, Clash of the Carriers is an unforgettable testimonial to the bravery of these who fought and those that died in a conflict that may by no means be forgotten.
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It is not obtained through permanent presence of one’s fleet. There are no frontlines at sea and no fortified positions by which one can control the territory. The sea or ocean area is usually abandoned by the victorious side regardless whether the opponent was defeated or not. Sea control is not the ultimate objective. By obtaining sea control, the stronger side would create favorable conditions for the solution of other important tasks at sea. In the ancient era sea mastery played a decisive role in the war on land.
In the strict definition of the term, command of the sea meant complete, absolute, and permanent control of a specific part of the ocean or sea area, thereby ensuring one’s free use of sea communications and full denial of it to the adversary. In practice, however, command of the sea has never meant literally seizing, capturing, or securing a certain sea area through the permanent presence of one’s fleet. 13 It meant to create, through the destruction of the opposing fleet, such a situation in a given sea area that one’s fleet did not have to fear serious opposition.
Sea control is also relative in terms of the factor of time. Once sea control is obtained, it must be continuously maintained. It is also relative in terms of the factor of force. 30 In the sailing era, command of the sea was limited to control of only the sea surface. It was obtained by defeating the enemy fleet in a single or several decisive battles. The naval battle was the main method for obtaining command of the sea. However, even after the decisive battle, the victorious side did not enjoy absolute command of the sea.
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