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Page 91 A Admiral Johnson's Letter of Request Dear Dr. Alberts, In December 1995, at the request of htis office, the Academy's Naval Studies Board initiated a study entitled ''Technology for future Naval Forces.'' As this effort draws to a close, I look forward to receiving the results of the study. In addition yo your current work, I would like you to consider undertaking two additional studies in the areas of "Improving Shore Installation Readiness and Management" and "Naval and Expeditionary Logistics Innovation." My staff will develop terms of reference for these two one-year studies in consultation with the Chairman and Director of the Naval Studies Board. Thank you for all Your support. I value our continuing and close working relationship with the National Academy of Sciences. Sincerely, JAY L. JOHNSON Admiral, U.S. Navy Dr. Bruce M. Alberts president National Academy of Sciences 2101 Constituion Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20418