Commander (select) Collin Fox, U.S. Navy, is a foreign area officer serving as the Navy and Air Force Section Chief at the Office of Defense Cooperation, U.S. Embassy, Panama. He is a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School and the Chilean Naval War College.

Articles by Collin Fox

Sailors assigned to the littoral combat ship USS Charleston (LCS-18)

How the Navy Can Avoid a 21st-Century Gallipoli

By Lieutenant Commanders Trevor Phillips-Levine, Dylan Phillips-Levine, Collin Fox, U.S. Navy; and Captain Walker Mills, U.S. Marine Corps
January 2022
The disastrous ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in April 1915 was attempted after a failed mine countermeasures operation to open the Dardanelles Strait. The U.S. Navy can avoid a similar fate.
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Use Emerging Technology For ASW

By Captain Walker Mills, U.S. Marine Corps, and Lieutenant Commanders Collin Fox, Dylan Phillips-Levine, and Trevor Phillips-Levine, U.S. Navy
October 2021
The Navy needs innovative antisubmarine platforms to defend against the growing undersea threat.
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Implementing Expeditionary ASW

By Captain Walker D. Mills, U.S. Marine Corps, Lieutenant Commanders Collin Fox, Dylan “Joose” Phillips-Levine, and Trevor Phillips-Levine, U.S. Navy
April 2021
The Marine Corps needs to develop new capabilities to support the Commandant’s call to play a role in ASW.

If It Floats, It Fights

By Lieutenant Commander Collin Fox, U.S. Navy
June 2018
Photo courtesy Google X Balloon warfare in the 21st Century will require ship-launched, high-altitude lifters for robust C4ISR and persistent, very long–range fires. The prospect of war with near peers ...

Make Navy Selection Boards Transparent

By Lieutenant Commander Collin Fox, U.S. Navy
June 2017
Debriefs are emphasized across the naval service. In Navy warfare communities, there is a focus on taking a hard look at what happened and why. Air Wing Fallon exercise debriefs ...