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The USS Zumwalt Begins Sea Trials

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Destroyer USS Lassen Heading to Chinese Islands ‘Within Hours’

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The U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet and 3rd Fleet To Be Combined?

United States Navy's 7th Fleet and 3rd Fleet to be combined? USN is considering combining two of its most powerful fleets to counter China. Read more in-depth here.
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On the 7th of October 2019, the White House announced that American forces would withdraw from Northern Syria, ahead of an anticipated Turkish military operation in the region. The response, worldwide, was of shock and disbelief: Were the Americans abandoning their loyal Kurdish allies? As the world watched on, Turkey launched Operation Peace Spring.
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