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Title: Power Projection
Action: A collage of pictures appears on the screen as the different tasks are shown. Each picture represents one of the tasks of power projection. The pictures include ships launching missile strikes, scuba divers conducting underwater operations, armored vehicles conducting amphibious operations, and prepositioned ships that are used to store and deliver equipment. The header is showing at screen beginning. Pop-up boxes contain the following text:Generating high intensity, precise offensive power when and where needed
Voice: Power projection is the attack of targets ashore, amphibious assault operations, and the sea control operations to support them. Power projection extends the range of battlespace dominance over enemy territory. Some of the primary tasks of power projection are strike warfare, attacks and raids, amphibious warfare, maritime prepositioning force, and Naval special warfare. Roll your cursor over each task to learn more about it.
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