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Title: Naval Warfighting
Action: The background is a collage of naval vessels at war. The following text is shown in support of the narration:
Voice: Warfighting is universally recognized as the Navy’s primary mission and is composed of two primary operations: battlespace dominance and power projection. Naval airpower, whether carrier based, ship based, or land based is integral to both operations. A third critical operational capability, command, control, and surveillance largely enables battlespace dominance and power projection. A fourth capability, force sustainment gives naval forces endurance and staying power independent of local support. Air and space forces are an integral part of all of these capabilities.
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