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US Navy Accepts Delivery of New Littoral Combat Ship
February 12, 2019
US Navy Accepts Delivery of New Littoral Combat Ship
The service took delivery of the future USS Billings on February 1.
US Navy Accepts Delivery of New Littoral Combat Ship
U.S. Navy Tested High Velocity Projectile on Destroyer
January 10, 2019
U.S. Navy Tested High Velocity Projectile on Destroyer
USS Dewey fired 20 experimental rounds at RIMPAC last summer.
U.S. Navy Tested High Velocity Projectile on Destroyer
US Navy Releases Updated Plan for Maintaining Superiority
December 22, 2018
US Navy Releases Updated Plan for Maintaining Superiority
Plan to guide procurement, training, reforms to compete with China and Russia.
US Navy Releases Updated Plan for Maintaining Superiority
US Navy Conducts First Post-Cold War FONOP in Peter the Great Bay, Off Russian Coast
December 06, 2018
US Navy Conducts First Post-Cold War FONOP in Peter the Great Bay, Off Russian Coast
The operation challenges what the United States sees as excessive Russian maritime claims.
US Navy Conducts First Post-Cold War FONOP in Peter the Great Bay, Off Russian Coast
Operation Red Sea: The Chinese Public's Introduction to Beijing's New Navy
November 28, 2018
Operation Red Sea: The Chinese Public's Introduction to Beijing's New Navy
A Chinese film showcases the increasing might of the People's Liberation Army Navy.
Operation Red Sea: The Chinese Public's Introduction to Beijing's New Navy
US Navy’s New Naval Strike Missile to Deploy in 2019
October 26, 2018
US Navy’s New Naval Strike Missile to Deploy in 2019
The new over-the-horizon anti-ship missile will be deployed and integrated in the USN’s littoral combat ships sooner than expected.
US Navy’s New Naval Strike Missile to Deploy in 2019
2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
October 23, 2018
2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
Passage by a cruiser and destroyer follows similar transit in July.
2 US Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
October 16, 2018
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
Tensions are rising in the South China Sea.
From a Slow Simmer to a Boil: Managing Tensions in a Heating South China Sea
US Navy Conducts Exercise With Japan’s Amphibious Deployment Brigade
October 10, 2018
US Navy Conducts Exercise With Japan’s Amphibious Deployment Brigade
The U.S. Navy and the Japan Ground Self Defense Force conducted a joint military exercise last week in the Philippine Sea.
US Navy Conducts Exercise With Japan’s Amphibious Deployment Brigade
Amid Growing Bilateral Tensions, China Denies US Port Call Request for Hong Kong
September 26, 2018
Amid Growing Bilateral Tensions, China Denies US Port Call Request for Hong Kong
The decision to deny a port call was announced a day after the U.S. approved a possible arms package for Taiwan.
Amid Growing Bilateral Tensions, China Denies US Port Call Request for Hong Kong
Are France and the UK Here to Stay in the South China Sea?
September 14, 2018
Are France and the UK Here to Stay in the South China Sea?
Are the French and British navies here to stay in the South China Sea?
Are France and the UK Here to Stay in the South China Sea?
COMCASA: Another Step Forward for the United States and India
September 11, 2018
COMCASA: Another Step Forward for the United States and India
The conclusion of the COMCASA agreement between India and the United States is a big deal.
COMCASA: Another Step Forward for the United States and India
South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight
August 28, 2018
South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight
The United States continues to highlight Chinese rule-breaking in the South China Sea.
South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight
US Navy Accepts Delivery of Two Littoral Combat Ships
August 24, 2018
US Navy Accepts Delivery of Two Littoral Combat Ships
In an unusual ceremony, two littoral combat ships were delivered to the U.S. Navy yesterday.
US Navy Accepts Delivery of Two Littoral Combat Ships
US Navy’s <em>Columbia</em>-Class Ballistic Missile Submarine Program Faces Delays
August 08, 2018
US Navy’s Columbia-Class Ballistic Missile Submarine Program Faces Delays
A significant quality control issue has been discovered in several missile tubes destined for the Navy's new class of ballistic missile subs.
US Navy’s Columbia-Class Ballistic Missile Submarine Program Faces Delays
Will China Develop VSTOL Fighters for Its Amphibious Assault Ships?
July 18, 2018
Will China Develop VSTOL Fighters for Its Amphibious Assault Ships?
A PLAN VSTOL? It's not as crazy as you might think.
Will China Develop VSTOL Fighters for Its Amphibious Assault Ships?
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