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Tracking U.S. Naval Power

Few things confer more global power than control of the seas. And since the end of World War II, the seas have belonged to the United States, which in that time has been free to project its forces virtually anywhere at a moment's notice. It has similarly been impervious to seaborne invasion. So long as the United States controls the world’s waterways, it can shape the global order to its designs. The instrument of U.S. maritime power — its fleet of carrier strike groups and amphibious ready groups — is tracked weekly in our Naval Update Map.

Since the end of World War II, the seas have belonged to the United States, which in that time has been free to project its forces virtually anywhere at a moments notice.
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