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" NAVAL POLICY To create, maintain, and operate a navy second to none and in conformity with treaty provisions. "
Journal of the American Society of Naval Engineers, Inc - Page 267
by American Society of Naval Engineers - 1925
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The American Year Book

Albert Bushnell Hart - Almanacs, American - 1926 - 1218 pages
...possessions." In view of the term of treaty resulting from the Washington Conference it was decided "to create, maintain and operate a navy second to...with the ratios for capital ships established by the treatv for limitation of naval armaments." In elaboration of these large purposes several principles...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

United States. Navy Dept - Naval art and science - 1923 - 918 pages
...least once a year for a period of not less than three months. To maintain an active personnel afloat In conformity with the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for the limitation of naval armament. To maintain the Marine Corps personnel at a strength sufficient for...
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Hearings

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1924 - 1556 pages
...ratios, otherwise it will be necessary appropriately to readjust our saval policy. GENERAL NAVAL POLICY. To create, maintain, and operate a navy second to none, and in conformity •ith the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for limitation of naval armament. To...
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Navy Department Appropriation Bill, 1925: Hearings Before Subcommittee of ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - Petroleum reserves - 1924 - 966 pages
...ratios, otherwise it will be necessary appropriately to readjust our wral policy. GENERAL NAVAL POLICY. To create, maintain, and operate a navy second to none, and in conformity *ith the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for limitation of naval «manient. To make...
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Navy Department Appropriation Bill, 1925: Hearing Before ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations - 1924 - 942 pages
...maintain a personnel sufficient to carry out the operating policy. To maintain an active personnel afloat in conformity with the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for the limitation of naval armament. To educate, train, rate, and retain the services of a reasonable...
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War Department Appropriation Bill, 1925: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of ...

1924 - 1702 pages
...maintain a personnel sufficient to carry out the operating policy. To maintain an active personnel afloat in conformity with the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for the limitation of naval armament. To educate, train, rate, and retain the services of a reasonable...
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American Naval Policy as Outlined in Messages of the Presidents of the ...

United States. President - 1924 - 52 pages
...total strengths of the navies concerned. 33 It therefore adopted the following genet j-aj naval policy: To create, maintain, and operate a Navy second to none and in confer with the ratios for capital ships established by the treaty for limitation I naval armaments....
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

United States. Navy Department - Naval art and science - 1925 - 742 pages
...guard its continental and overseas possessions. 4. The general naval policy which has been adopted is : To create, maintain, and operate a Navy second to...established by the treaty for limitation of naval armaments. 5. Conforming to the above policies, it has been the desire and effort of the Bureau of...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

United States. Navy Department - 1925 - 750 pages
...guard its continental and overseas possessions. 4. The general naval policy which has been adopted is : To create, maintain, and operate a Navy second to...established by the treaty for limitation of naval armaments. 5. Conforming to the above policies, it has been the desire and effort of the Bureau of...
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Information Concerning the U.S. Navy and Other Navies

United States. Office of Naval Intelligence - Navies - 1925 - 272 pages
...continental and overseas possessions. 263. The policy consistently urged by the Navy Department is sound; ie, to create, maintain, and operate a Navy second to none, and in conformity with the ratio for capital ships established by the treaty limiting naval armament. 264. The fleet, which includes...
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