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  • Gates favors finding a more affordable ship-to-shore vehicle.

    The GOP's defense budget mystery

  • The storm also appeared to have damaged one of the long line radio antennas behind the now-defunct AT&T ship-to-shore radio station at Good Luck Point in Ocean Gate.

    Severe Storm Hits Beachwood, Surrounding Area « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • The Marines' multibillion-dollar amphibious expeditionary fighting vehicle is to be canceled but "the existing amphibious assault capabilities will be upgraded and new systems funded for the ship-to-shore mission."

    A successor to Gates is a quandary for Obama

  • Gates has vowed to budget money to develop a more affordable option for troops to use their ship-to-shore capability but critics say his actions in axing the EFV indicate he still has doubts.

    Marines define future role amid budget cuts

  • The service's top leader, Gen. Amos, says national security requires Marines' ship-to-shore capabilities but he agrees with the Pentagon that the EFV is too costly to do the job.

    Marines define future role amid budget cuts

  • It was a ship-to-shore arrangement that Miller had used a couple of times.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • The standard ship-to-shore channel had already cleared up almost completely, no doubt because of the still-ongoing destruction of the orbiting artifact.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

  • In our own minds, we knew very well how we were going to employ the aircraft once ashore, however, all we justified and explained was how the aircraft was to be employed in the ship-to-shore movement during an amphibious operation.

    The Dream Machine

  • The whole nature of the interaction becomes like the old ship-to-shore communications, a fancy telegraph, a voicemail.

    Boing Boing

  • The sailors hunted usable frequencies, established ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore communications, and monitored distress networks.

    The Attack on the Liberty

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