Port bow view of INS Delhi underway at sea.

CEO Notes

By VADM Peter H. Daly, U.S. Navy (Retired), CEO and Publisher
March 2019
For the past three years, we have put a growing emphasis on reaching and engaging a bigger international audience, and that emphasis has paid off.
a Navy corpsman is presented with her Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist pin during a ceremony

What’s a Warfare Pin Worth?

By Petty Officer Second Class Ryan Zieno, U.S. Navy
March 2019
Qualifications are intended to make junior sailors better warfighters, and earning an FMF or other warfare pin should be a source of pride. Qualifications represent a community spirit, and Navy ...
Port bow view of the Mexican three-masted barque Cuauhtemoc under sail

Three Months with the Mexican Armada

By Ensign Andrew J. Bilden, U.S. Navy
March 2019
The Cuauhtémoc , named for the last Aztec emperor and warrior, is the Mexican Navy’s instructional tall ship for fourth-year cadets at the Heroica Escuela Naval Militar. She and her ...
Venezuelan Defence Minister Vladimir Padrino pictured after the arrival of two Russian Tupolev Tu-160 strategic long-range heavy supersonic bomber aircrafts at Maiquetia International Airport

The Russians Are Coming

By Norman Polmar
March 2019
With apologies to the cast and producers of the iconic 1966 film The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming , the Russians are not coming: they already are back. ...
U.S. Marines make final Preparations to their Sea Dragon 2025 weapon systems and gear during a live-fire range at Camp Lejeune, N.C., July 12, 2017

Leaders Must Bridge The Digital Divide

By Major Nick Brunetti-Lihach, U.S. Marine Corps
March 2019
Technology is transforming the way the sea services live, lead, and fight. Email, chat, video teleconferencing, and social media have complicated warfare, the roles of leaders, and society. Traditional naval ...
Starboard bow view of the USS Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001) on sea trials.

Combat Fleets

By Eric Wertheim
March 2019
The guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001), the Portuguese Navy's new offshore patrol vessel NRP Setúbal (P363), and the Croatian Navy received the Inshore Patrol Boat Omiš (OOB-31).
Starboard bow view of submarine USS H-3 on a wooden cradle after being beached.

From Our Archive

March 2019
After the submarine USS H-3 went aground off Humboldt Bar, California, in December 1916, the Navy awarded Mercer-Fraser Co. an $18,000 contract to dislodge her.

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