The Canadian navy Victoria-class long-range patrol submarine HMCS Corner Brook (SSK 878) arrives at Naval Submarine Base New London for a scheduled port visit.
U.S. Navy Leverages DDG-51 Work.
Buying Better Burkes.
Future Navy Submarine to Stick With Nuclear Mission.
Slated U.S. Carrier Visit to Yellow Sea Irks China.
Opinion:Worries over US aircraft carrier overstated.
Automation Fatigue On LCS Class Ships.
Little ship, big job: LCUs offer opportunities.
Warships of the World
Tensions rising over China’s aircraft carrier quest.
Pentagon: China Bolsters Projection, Anti-Access Systems.
China to Test-Fire New Anti-Ship Missile.
Is a DF-21 Anti-Ship Missile Possible?
Destroyer to sail to South Atlantic to protect Falklands.
Royal Navy’s Sea Viper missile system hits its target.
HMS Astute: Relic or Revolution for the Royal Navy.
New catapults could save Britain’s carrier force.
Taiwan Comes Up Short On Frigates.
New Wars at Sea
Canadian USVs to imitate fast attack craft.
US judge drops piracy charges against captured Somalis. More. More.
Pirates rob American ship in U.S.-guarded Iraqi waters.
Thai Navy plans Somali mission.
Epic Fail In The Straits Of Hormuz.
From the Navy Vaults
Venice and the Papacy. (Cog and Galley)
Battle of Cyzicus. (Cog and Galley)
German Naval Airship Division. (War and Game)
Operation ‘Rutter’ and the Second Front. (American Military and Naval History)
Tales from the Cold War. (The Day)
VTOL on a boat. (The Unwanted Blog)
Passing for Lieutenant. (Pauline’s Pirate’s & Privateers)
Books: Morgan, Avery, Teach And The Lafitte Brothers. (Pauline’s Pirate’s & Privateers)
What’s the point of the RAF? (Daly History Blog)
Italian David vs. British Goliath: Decima MAS and the Alexandria Raid. (The Year in Defense)
Efforts in Philadelphia to Save Showpiece Ships. (New York Times)
LST 325 gets ready to set sail. (Evansville Courier & Press)
Old Ironsides: U.S.S. Constitution vs. H.M.S. Guerriere. (Naval History Blog)
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead walks with Chief of the Royal Norwegian Navy Rear Adm. Haakon Bruun-Hanssen after getting underway aboard HNoMS Skudd.