What happens when saving money takes precedence over strategic effectiveness?
Americans involved with the Guadalcanal campaign formulated Maoist-sounding ideas for holding the Solomons—and that's how they won.
China is looking to the United States' early naval experiences for inspiration.
"Want an intellectually inert U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard? Fine: stifle the free interplay of ideas and views on campus, and within the sea."
The Greeks took official accountability too far. The U.S. Navy might not take it far enough.
Every time a new actor develops atomic weaponry, the international community debates whether it subscribes to the logic of mutual assured destruction.
Division officer training—not cyberattacks—may be to blame for recent collisions at sea.
A ship is more than a hunk of steel. Bad leadership marred the USS Franklin’s human component.
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