Some details have emerged about Britains future Type 32 Frigate, which is supposed to be ready in the 2030s.
These planes are really too expensive to lose.
B. J. Armstrong in a piece for War on the Rocks called The Shared Genius of Mahan and Corbett: Articles in the pages of the leading naval journals include titles like “Going to War with China? Ignore Corbett. Dust Off Mahan!” and “Going to War With China? Dust Off Corbett!” Even here at War on […]
It is a source of confusion when military leaders and politicians talk about “the Arctic”. Really the Arctic is not a clearly defined military space, and we need more precise language to avoid misunderstandings.
Interview with Ian Bowers about whether coast guards are becoming more militarized, and if the boundaries between navies and coast guards are getting blurred.
I wrote he naval chapter in this book on Russia’s military capabilities, where the English version is now available as a free download.
Here is my interview with Jeremy Stöhs about the challenges for European navies in an age of renewed great power competition.
It was not an impressive show of force, when Russia’s nuclear submarine broke down during transit of the Danish straits.
Sergey Shoigu clams that strategic propaganda centers operate in Riga, Tallinn and Warsaw to spread misinformation against Russia.
CDR Salamander has a scathing critique of general Hyten’s ideas for logistical spaceships and a centralized virtual combat cloud.