How did naval architecture and construction (NAICS: 33661, [[NAICS_Code1_Title:=Ship Building and Repairing|Ship building and repairing]]) keep pace with the Industrial Age? This Centiare article will discuss the relative importance of natural resources and wealth on a nation's ability to "grow" a first-class navy.
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- ^ This difference between sea-based and land-based procurement has led many authors to support more fully the visions of Halford MacKinder over those ideas expressed by Alfred Thayer Mahan.
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