USN and Japanese Navy destroyers are underway in formation during a passing exercise.
USS Freedom to Arrive in San Diego Friday.
Carrier Enterprise Back After Nearly Two Years.
Concerns About Future Submarine Production Rates.
Navy chief: US helps salvage ship after explosion.
Navy tests “Green” Hornet.
Navy Nears Tipping Point as New Threats Rise.
US Navy developing autonomous underwater hull-cleaning robot.
US Navy SEALs: By Sea, Land and Air.
Marinette Marine Wins New Ship.
Warships of the World
NATO countries begin ‘Brilliant Mariner’ naval exercise.
South Korean Officials Say External Blast Sunk Navy Ship.
South Korea’s military says North Korea torpedoed corvette.
South Korea was warned of submarine attack.
Australia Begins Work On Air Warfare Destroyers.
Russian Carrier Killer Subs Delayed.
Indian Navy concerned over delays in ship-building.
India launches Project 28 anti-submarine warfare ship.
India Navy to get 16 stealth frigates in 10 years.
Pakistan to upgrade and strengthen its naval fleet.
British Government Enlists Royal Navy to Alleviate Air Closure. More. Even More.
Israel builds up deep-sea navy.
China is about to buy Russian air cushion ships.
New Wars at Sea
US Admiral: Commercial Ships Need Armed Guards to Fight Pirates.
Pirates attack French Military Replenishment Ship SOMME.
Somalia pirates undaunted by navy patrols.
Destroyer Farragut stops another pirate attack.
Sweden takes Command of EU NAVFOR Task Force off Somalia.
Warships fill up with pirates after Kenya balks.
From the Navy Vaults
68th anniversary of Doolittle Raid remembered. (Cannon Connections)
John Paul Jones. (Broadside Blog)
George Bridges Rodney. (War and Game)
Force Z’s Demise. (War and Game)
The Dunkirk Evacuation. (War and Game)
A Rediscovered Venetian Mariner’s Notebook. (Cog and Galley)
Pacific Privateer. (Pauline’s Pirates & Privateers)
Minoan Shipwreck. (Pauline’s Pirates & Privateers)
Battleship Documentary. (Naval History Blog)
The Navy Runs the Guns at Vicksburg: April 16-17, 1863. (Naval History Blog)
Pepys’s Navy: Ships, Men, and Warfare, 1649-1689, by J. D. Davies. (Strategypage)
Canadian warship may be U.S. historic site. (UPI)