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Twitter Trackers Jeopardize Military Aircraft

By Gunnery Sergeant Andrew Guthart, U.S. Marine Corps
September 2022
Adversaries no longer need to rely on expensive radars to find U.S. military aircraft. Accessibility of this information demands a review of U.S. military operational security practices.
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Green Corridors for Global Shipping

By Captain Lawson W. Brigham, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired)
September 2022
Recognizing an urgent need for action on climate issues, the International Maritime Organization has mandated GHG emissions be reduced by 50 percent for all vessels by 2050.
Rear Admiral Kavon Hakimzadeh, USN, on board the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75)

What’s in a Name?

By Rear Admiral Kavon Hakimzadeh, U.S. Navy
September 2022
A sailor’s reflection on leadership, respect, and the importance of names over a long and honorable naval career.

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