COMNAP: The National Managers in Antarctica

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American Literary Press, 2000 - History - 165 pages
In his memoir, Fowler writes about his involvement with the national operators and managers in Antarctica and discusses their responsibility in efficiently administrating the national programs. Readers with interests in Political history, international treaties, and cooperative governance will find this chronological overview fascinating. Students of Antarctica and American military history likewise will be engaged by Fowler's candid insights into the issues and personalities surrounding this historic alliance.

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Two Before COMNAP Countdown
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About the author (2000)

Fowler, a Naval Aviator with more than 5200 pilot hours and meteorologist, has been honored by the naming of the Fowler Peninsula on the coast of West Antarctica. He was directly involved in national and international Antarctic affairs for 25 years.

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