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Sea Power is defined as the military power of a country's navy. Navies around the world provide maritime forces that: "defend nations, contribute to regional security, support global interests, shape the strategic environment and protect national interests. This is achieved by providing; interdiction and strategic strike; protection of shipping and off-shore territories and resources; maritime intelligence collection and evaluation; hydrographic and oceanographic operations; and escort duties; maritime surveillance and response; hydrographic, oceanographic and meteorological support operations; humanitarian assistance; and maritime search and rescue." ~ http://www.navy.gov.au/organisation.
Left to right; HMAS Newcastle, JDS Akebono, RSS Supreme, USS Bonhomme Richard, USS Ronald Reagan, ROKS Sejong the Great and HMCS Calgary with the forecastle of HMAS Kanimbla in the foreground during the Exercise RIMPAC 2010 PHOTEX. by Australian Department of Defence (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)