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US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
May 18, 2017
US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
The head of U.S. Pacific Command advocates for stronger sanctions against North Korea.
US Admiral: North Korea 'Threat to the Entire World'
Road to 350: Can the US Build a 350-Ship Fleet the Navy Actually Wants?
November 28, 2016
Road to 350: Can the US Build a 350-Ship Fleet the Navy Actually Wants?
Shipbuilding capacity, political & budget uncertainty, combat capability, complicate any new plan.
Road to 350: Can the US Build a 350-Ship Fleet the Navy Actually Wants?
Road to 350: What Does the US Navy Do Anyway?
November 18, 2016
Road to 350: What Does the US Navy Do Anyway?
As Trump promises a 350-ship fleet, a primer on the U.S. Navy today.
Road to 350: What Does the US Navy Do Anyway?
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
November 17, 2016
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
The head of U.S. Pacific Command wants the U.S. Army to play a more active role in the Western Pacific.
US Admiral: US Army Needs to Create Ship-Killing Units for South China Sea
Trump’s New Navy: Does the US Really Need 350 Warships?
November 15, 2016
Trump’s New Navy: Does the US Really Need 350 Warships?
Defense hawks are embracing Donald Trump’s idea of expanding U.S. naval power.
Trump’s New Navy: Does the US Really Need 350 Warships?
Munich All Over Again: Is the US Navy too Small?
April 15, 2016
Munich All Over Again: Is the US Navy too Small?
The number of active U.S. Navy warships has sunk to its lowest in over 100 years and that scares some U.S. lawmakers.
Munich All Over Again: Is the US Navy too Small?
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
February 25, 2016
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
The head of U.S. PACOM wants more attack subs and long-range missiles to counter Chinese expansion in the Asia-Pacific.
US Admiral: ‘China Seeks Hegemony in East Asia’
US, India Boost Security Ties in Defense Minister Visit
December 12, 2015
US, India Boost Security Ties in Defense Minister Visit
Manohar Parrikar's visit to the U.S. was full of "firsts."
US, India Boost Security Ties in Defense Minister Visit
Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
October 22, 2015
Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
The U.S. Navy’s 30-year shipbuilding plan does not meet requirements for amphibious warfare in the Pacific.
Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
Intelligence Check: Just How 'Preposterous' Are China's South China Sea Activities?
June 11, 2015
Intelligence Check: Just How 'Preposterous' Are China's South China Sea Activities?
It's time for the Pentagon to issue a sober and balanced public assessment on the South China Sea territorial disputes.
Intelligence Check: Just How 'Preposterous' Are China's South China Sea Activities?
US Considering Options After Sony Hack
December 20, 2014
US Considering Options After Sony Hack
Plus, U.S. PACOM has a new commander, Putin isn't happy, and ISRO's rocket launch. Weekend links.
US Considering Options After Sony Hack
US Pacific Command Plans Responses for Unilateral Chinese Coercion
April 29, 2014
US Pacific Command Plans Responses for Unilateral Chinese Coercion
In order to boost its credibility, the US is gearing up to respond in kind to unilateral Chinese provocations in Asia.
US Pacific Command Plans Responses for Unilateral Chinese Coercion
Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?
January 22, 2014
Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?
Admiral Locklear rightly raised alarm bells over America’s traditional regional dominance. Are policymakers listening?
Is US Pacific “Dominance” Up For Grabs?
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
January 13, 2013
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
America’s rebalance towards Asia has many talking. The U.S. Navy will be at the forefront of such efforts. Adm. Locklear gives us his take.
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
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