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

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...
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.
X-FILES: Encounters on the Battlefield. William Shakespeare once wrote  “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” This one line suggest that despite making great strides to...
Up until 2013 the Coast Guard had a spec ops unit that was good enough to perform missions with SEALs and embed with them.
Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class J. Alexander Delgado captured some fantastic pictures on his deployment with the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (CSG)
The Lider destroyer class is meant to replace the Udaloy class, Sovremennyy class as well as the Slava class.
What if I were to tell you that in 1974 the United States Government, in conjunction with an eccentric industrialist, conspired to salvage an Soviet ballistic missile submarine which had sank just six years prior?...
A story of how a puny little trawler helped Belgium survive the Second World War is the most interesting thing you'll read today.
President Trump ordered a limited strike on Assad's forces stationed at the Shayrat Airfield that was related to the chemical attack that killed civilians. The attack consisted of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles launched from the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer's USS Ross and USS Porter stationed in the Eastern Med.
On the 27-28 May 1905 the Japanese fleet under admiral Togo Heihachiro achieved a naval victory the likes of which would not be seen for the next 39 years.