Navy Group

CEO Notes

March 2021
The first "page-to-stage" event for the American Sea Power Project will be on 22 April. Mark your calendars now. More details to follow next month!
The Chinese aircraft Carrier Liaoning.

China's Desert Storm Education

By Commander Michael Dahm, U.S. Navy (Retired)
March 2021
China took lessons from Operation Desert Storm and remade itself with foreign technology to build a formidable joint military force with expeditionary ambitions.
To provide and maintain cover

Book Reviews

March 2021
Experts review To Provide and Maintain a Navy, Elliot Ackerman and Admiral Stavridis' new novel, 2034, and more in book reviews this month.
Eleanor Rigby

WAVES in the Pacific

By A. Denis Clift
March 2021
Lieutenant Eleanor Rigby was one of the first two Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service recruits to report to Hawaii, after women were authorized to serve overseas.
Common unmanned surface vehicle

Autonomy before Networks

By Lieutenant (j.g.) Benjamin Rosenzweig, U.S. Navy Reserve
March 2021
Navy research-and-development efforts should focus on fully autonomous combat systems with the added capacity of operating in a networked data-sharing environment.
Captain Robert Francis

Warrior Spirit, Fickle Heart

By Captain Robert Francis, U.S. Navy, with Lieutenant Commander Phillip Perrinez, MC, U.S. Navy
March 2021
Taking care of yourself is as important to the mission as it is to your family. You may not get a second chance.

Feeling Is Authorized

By Lieutenant Commanders Tommy Shannon and Tara Smallidge, U.S. Navy
March 2021
Research indicates emotional intelligence is essential to impactful leadership, and helps reduce problematic behaviors.

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