James Holmes is Professor of Strategy at the Naval War College and coauthor of Red Star over the Pacific. The views voiced here are his alone.
The maritime services are under growing strain. But is there really no alternative to U.S. sea hegemony in the same form we have seen it in since 1945?
A subtle, calculated bid to undermine the global commons.
The new destroyer program looks better than the troubled Littoral Combat Ship.
History's most decisive sea engagements.
The Navy's unmanned combat drone is a leap forward, but Mav and Goose aren't out of work yet.
The Navy's new vessel attracts lots of friends—and lots of critics. Who's right?
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