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He who rules the seas rules the world. Here is everything you wanted to know about naval warfare.

The Barbary Wars: The First War on Terror. How the United States Navy ended up confronting Barbary pirates and slave traders.
After learning that the Chinese have landed 16 J-11 fighter jets on one of its artificial islands the U.S. Pacific Command has ordered the USS John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group back into the South China Sea.
Admiral Kuznetsov
The chaotic destiny of the Admiral Kuznetsov missile cruiser carrying aircrafts from 1982 in Ukraine to present day in Russia.
The footage was captured by a drone handled by Lance Cpl. Daniel Auvert
Nuclear close calls: How the Cold War brought the world to the edge of destruction and how we seem to follow the same path once again.
The railgun will simply change the way wars are conducted. From logistics to armor, militaries will be forced to quickly adapt the way they do business.
America and Russia Should Work Together in Syria and Iraq What should the American Policy for the Middle East be from now on? Should we continue as we have for the last 60-100 years to be...
US Navy in troubled waters
US Navy in troubled waters : Why do the 7th fleet ships keep on crashing into things ?
A story of how a puny little trawler helped Belgium survive the Second World War is the most interesting thing you'll read today.
People often talk about the lethality of America's Air Force or its 11 super carriers and 10 medium class carriers, in reality the most impressive and destructive weapon system in America's inventory resides below the...