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Feel free to add to the list of military-related blogs and websites in the comments section and I will post them periodically.



Atlantic Sentinel

Behind Blue Lines

Boston Maggie

CDR Salamander

CG Blog

Closing Velocity

Defense Talk


Grand Logistics

Information Dissemination


Michael Yon’s Dispatches

Naval Requirements

Navy Times’ Scoop Deck

Save the Royal Navy


Think Defence

UK Defence Forum – Defence Viewpoints

US Naval Institute Blog



Citizens Against Government Waste

Project of Government Oversight (POGO)

Project on Defense Alternatives

Rogue Project Leader

Straus Military Reform Project

The Magazine of Future Warfare (Carlton Meyer)



Aviation Week’s Ares Blog

Defence iQ

Defense-Aerospace Press Releases

Defense Industry Daily

Defense Tech

DoD Buzz

Flight Global’s The Dew Line

David Axe’s War is Boring

Defense News

Long War Journal

Naval Open Source INTelligence

Small Wars Journal


Time Colton’s Maritime Memos

War News Updates

Wired: Danger Room



Canadian American Strategic Review

Combined Fleet – Nihon Kaigun: Imperial Japanese Navy Page

Deagel’s Guide to Corvettes & Missile Boats

Destroyer History Homepage

Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles

Enemy Forces Strength in Numbers

Hazegray FAQs

History Net Article Finder

Index of Parameters Articles 1971-Today

Jeff Head’s Aegis Vessels of the World

Mitch Williamson’s Cog and Galley

Mitch Williamson’s War and Game

Naval Technology-Corvettes and Patrol Craft

Pauline’s Pirates & Privateers

Sea Forces of the British Empire

Some Principles of Maritime Strategy Julian Stafford Corbett (Full Text)

The Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships

The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783 A. T. Mahan (Full Text)

Tim Colton’s Shipbuilding History

US Army Combat Studies Institute

Wikipedia Small Combat Vessel Classes

Wikipedia List of corvette classes

WW2 Cruisers


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  5. Bob MacDonald permalink
    October 2, 2010 3:12 pm

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  6. September 10, 2010 7:33 pm

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  7. Mike Burleson permalink*
    August 9, 2010 6:43 pm

    Thanks Natalie! Link is up.

  8. August 9, 2010 11:53 am

    Hi Mike,

    Here’s another useful resource you could add…
    Up to you which category you think it fits best…

  9. Chuck Hill permalink
    July 29, 2010 6:25 pm

    D. E. Reddick and Scott B. Thanks for the kind words.

    Mike, Thanks for including CGBlog.

  10. D. E. Reddick permalink
    July 25, 2010 4:48 pm


    Given my last entry with three different blogs having an international nature, then perhaps you should create a new section amongst ‘Links’ for “International Naval Affairs”.


    Here’s another naval-centric mil-blog with interesting and informative content:

    Naval Open Source INTelligence

  11. D. E. Reddick permalink
    July 21, 2010 4:28 pm


    Here are three more very useful links. You should decide which section within which they should appear:

    Bosphorus Naval News

    China Defense Blog

    Japan Security Watch

  12. D. E. Reddick permalink
    July 21, 2010 4:21 pm


    Damn right! CGBlog is very informative.



    How about a Fictional / Humorous Naval Links section? As an example of what might be included, here’s Admiral U. Furashita’s site:

    Admiral U. Furashita’s Fleet

  13. Scott B. permalink
    July 21, 2010 2:52 pm

    Chuck Hill’s blog should be added to the list IMHO :


  14. D. E. Reddick permalink
    July 21, 2010 12:08 am


    Perhaps you should start a historical section amongst the offered links…

    Anyhow, then there’s the Imperial Japanese Navy of WW-II. Known in Japan as the Nihon Kaigun, or Teikoku Kaigun – it was arguably the most powerful naval force in the world until June of 1942. So, here’s one of the best webpages to be found that has anything to say about the IJNS.

    Combined Fleet – Nihon Kaigun: Imperial Japanese Navy Page

  15. D. E. Reddick permalink
    July 20, 2010 11:57 pm


    Here’s a historical website mainly focused upon WW-II cruisers. Yet, it also covers BBs, BCs, and CBs. There are class characteristics, individual ship developments, descriptive action reports from sailors, and ship histories – along with lots of pictures.

    WW2 Cruisers


  1. Links — New Wars – battleoftheatlantic19391945

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