We May Be Only Halfway Through This War’
On the Verge of a Game-Changer
Our Waning Influence to the South
Navigating the New Maritime Arctic
Cold Horizons: Arctic Maritime Security Challenges
Dawn of The Maritime Strategy
Notable Naval Books of 2008
U.S. Naval Aviation and Weapon Development
U.S. Merchant Marine and World Maritime
U.S. Naval Battle Force Changes
Comment and Discussion
(See N. Friedman, pp. 90-91, April 2009 ...
Now Hear This
Watching the Chinese
China is pursuing the development of very long-range, land-mobile, maneuverable re-entry vehicle-equipped (MaRV'd)...
Answering the Call
In as a Boy, Out as a Man
David M. Roderick entered boot camp at Parris Island in 1942, spent three years in the Marine Corps, and...
Dawn of the Maritime Strategy
A key player in the formulation of The Maritime Strategy provides a behind-the-scenes account of its 1970s genesis.
U.S. Naval Aviation and Weapon Development in Review
Two terms that came to the forefront for U.S. Naval Aviation in 2008 were "Red Stripe" and "Strike-Fighter Gap....
The U.S. Marine Corps in Review
The U.S. Coast Guard in Review
2009 U.S. Merchant Marine and World Maritime Review
Recovery may come in 2010, but the present is not rosy for shipping.
Naval Review Resources
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Victory Point: Operations Red Wings and Whalers...
Books in Brief
Aces High: The Heroic Saga of the Two Top-Scoring American Aces of World War II
Bill Yenne. New York: Berkley, 2009. Illus. Bib...
End of the Line
On 6 March 2009, an era in Navy undersea operations ended when the Deep Submersible Rescue Vehicle Mystic (DSRV-...
From Our Archive
'He was begotten in the galley and born under a gun. Every hair was a rope yarn, every finger a fish-hook, every tooth a marline-spike, and his...
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