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Were Tankers the Key to Imperial Japan’s Early Wartime Success?
January 28, 2020

Were Tankers the Key to Imperial Japan’s Early Wartime Success?

By Robert Farley
Japan had come to appreciate the value of at-sea replenishment for its navy early on.
US Navy to Install Laser Weapon on Littoral Combat Ship
January 15, 2020

US Navy to Install Laser Weapon on Littoral Combat Ship

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The littoral combat ship USS Little Rock will be fitted with a laser weapon during its upcoming deployment.

New Freedom-Class Littoral Combat Ship Completes Acceptance Trials
December 19, 2019

New Freedom-Class Littoral Combat Ship Completes Acceptance Trials

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The future USS St. Louis completed acceptance trials on Lake Michigan this month.

US Navy F-35B-Carrying Amphibious Assault Ship Arrives in Japan
December 17, 2019

US Navy F-35B-Carrying Amphibious Assault Ship Arrives in Japan

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The USS America arrived at its new homeport in Sasebo, Japan on December 6.

US Navy Christens Second Ford-Class Carrier John F. Kennedy
December 13, 2019

US Navy Christens Second Ford-Class Carrier John F. Kennedy

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The future USS John F. Kennedy was christened by a daughter of the former president on December 7.
U.S. Navy’s First Ford-Class Carrier May Not Deploy Until 2024
November 15, 2019

U.S. Navy’s First Ford-Class Carrier May Not Deploy Until 2024

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The new aircraft carrier may not be ready to deploy until 2024, according to recent congressional testimony.

General Dynamics to Begin Construction of First Columbia-Class Ballistic Missile Sub in 2020
November 15, 2019

General Dynamics to Begin Construction of First Columbia-Class Ballistic Missile Sub in 2020

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Construction of the first-of-class Columbia could begin in late 2020, according to the CEO of General Dynamics.
The Battle of Leyte Gulf’s Limited Tactical Legacy
October 25, 2019

The Battle of Leyte Gulf’s Limited Tactical Legacy

By Robert Farley
What lessons do we take from the Battle of Leyte Gulf?

New Littoral Combat Ship Completes Acceptance Trials
July 17, 2019

New Littoral Combat Ship Completes Acceptance Trials

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The future USS Indianapolis completed acceptance trials in Lake Michigan last month.

Heads of US and Chinese Navies Talk Miscalculation Amid US Leadership Shuffle
July 12, 2019

Heads of US and Chinese Navies Talk Miscalculation Amid US Leadership Shuffle

By Steven Stashwick
Admiral John Richardson holds last conference with Chinese counterpart before retiring.

US Navy Completes Hellfire Missile Tests on Littoral Combat Ship
July 09, 2019

US Navy Completes Hellfire Missile Tests on Littoral Combat Ship

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The weapon system is slated to go out on a ship deployment later this year.
US Navy’s Railgun Entering New Testing Phases
June 29, 2019

US Navy’s Railgun Entering New Testing Phases

By Steven Stashwick
The prototype is being tested at advanced range and groundwork for at-sea testing is in place.

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