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What does CAN stand for?

CAN stands for Center for Naval Analysis


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Your reliance on studies done by the Center for Naval Analysis undercuts the message that this President's Perspective should be giving.
Citing a 2000 study he worked on with the Center for Naval Analysis on the feasibility of augmenting the capacity of the pipelines across Arabia by using DRAs, Brito found "that with a relatively low amount of investment, it would be possible to ship as much as 11 million barrels per day of Middle East oil production through the Red Sea" There are two pipelines in Saudi Arabia that could be augmented to greatly increase the percentage of Middle East oil transported to the Mediterranean or from the Red Seas around the Arabian Peninsula to Asia: 1.
; Center for Naval Analysis, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.
A study by the Center for Naval Analysis demonstrated that the Navy can and does use other facilities for the training conducted in Vieques, and a naval commander recognized that training in Vieques has little to do with preventing terrorist attacks.
According to a recent Center for Naval Analysis study, there is a positive statistical correlation between a Sailor's level of education and their likelihood of reenlisting.
His other senior positions in business and government include: vice chairman of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation; executive vice president of Ball Corporation; president and chief executive officer of the Hudson Institute; and chairman of the board for the Center for Naval Analysis.
Bernhard Compton, "Battle for Baghdad was play-tested by members of the Naval War College, Center for Naval Analysis, Center for Army Analysis, and the US Air Force, and researched using open source information and interviews with military personnel who currently or have recently served in Baghdad, making Battle for Bagdad as representative of the situation as possible.