Coastal Sea Control Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
coastal sea control
1.) The employment of forces to ensure the unimpeded use of an offshore coastal area by friendly forces and, as appropriate, to deny the use of the area to enemy forces.
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Term Classification: operations
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