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Sea Shepherd in Latin America

<b>The Southern Tide</b><p><b>Written by W. Alejandro Sanchez, The Southern Tide addresses maritime security issues throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. It</b> …

IHS Jane's World Defence Industry Survey 2015

US Navy Patrol Boat Mark VI Debuts in Arabian Gulf

The US Navy's latest patrol boat, the Mark VI, has made its operational debut in the Arabian Gulf this month.

How the Rest of Asia Reacted to US Navy Patrol Near China's Man-Made Island

After months of hand-wringing, on October 27 the U.S. Navy finally began to assert its right to patrol within 12 nautical miles of at least some of …

New Ship Boosts Taiwan's HADR Capabilities

<i>By Michael Thim</i><p>What are the most important warships of the World nations’ respective navies? A single nuclear-powered aircraft carrier of the US Navy …

Military

Airborne Over The Horizon Targeting Options to Enable Distributed Lethality

<b>This article was submitted by guest author Michael Glynn for CIMSEC’s Distributed Lethality week.</b><p>The Navy’s surface warfare community is committed to …

Distributed Lethality: A Cultural Shift

<i>The following is a submission from guest author James Davenport for CIMSEC’s Distributed Lethality week.</i><p>Despite the recent article on Distributed …

Distributed Basing: The Key to Distributed Lethality’s Success in the Western Pacific

<i>The following is a submission from guest author Eric Gomez for CIMSEC’s Distributed Lethality week.</i><p>The distributed lethality concept that was …

Distributed Endurance: Logistics and Distributed Lethality

<i>The following is a submission by guest author Chris O’Connor for CIMSEC’s Distributed Lethality week.</i><p>Distributed lethality is a concept that harkens …

The Deadly Future of Littoral Sea Control | U.S. Naval Institute

Sir Julian’s Three Elements<p>What is sea control? As the Royal Navy puts it, it is “the condition in which one has freedom of action to use the sea for …

4 - 8 April 2016 Events of Interest

This is a roundup of maritime security and national security events by Follow @emilmaine that our readers and members might find interesting. …

Italy hosts multinational helicopter exercise

<b>More than 30 helicopters and 1000 military personnel have gathered 80 kilometers north of Rome for Italian Blade 2015, this year’s largest military</b> …

EUNAVFOR: Switching from pirates to migrants?

A human disaster is currently happening in the Mediterranean Sea where more than 10,000 migrants have been picked up as they attempted to enter …

Bombing the Arctic: US Navy War Games in Gulf of Alaska Threaten One of World’s Most Pristine Areas

<b>TRANSCRIPT</b><p><b>AARON MATÉ:</b> The U.S. Navy is set to begin a major war exercise in the Gulf of Alaska amid protests from local communities concerned about …

US Navy uses SM-6 to intercept medium-range supersonic target from 'over-the-horizon'

The U.S. Navy's USS Desert Ship (LLS-1) crew fired a Raytheon Company Standard Missile-6 at a medium-range supersonic target, successfully engaging …

How do you dismantle a nuclear submarine?

When nuclear-powered submarines reach the end of their lives, dismantling them is a complicated and laborious process. Paul Marks investigates.<p>Nuclear submarines have long been a favourite in popular fiction. From movies such as The Hunt for Red October to long-running TV series like Voyage to the …

Nuclear Energy

Underwater robots aim to mimic nature

The CoCoRo project is a collaboration between several European universities and aims to create an autonomous swarm of interacting autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).<p>The AUVs are programmed to mimic the collective traits of various animals and fish and it is hoped that the robots will work …

EU quota plan for migrants raises Franco-German concern

<b>France and Germany say an EU Commission plan to redistribute 40,000 asylum seekers across the EU needs revision.</b><p>A joint statement from their interior ministers said the EU "distribution key" for giving member states a quota of migrants ought to "take better account of efforts already made".<p>They …

Picture of the Day: Big Ship in a Tiny Canal

BIG SHIP IN A TINY CANAL<p>Photograph by coolmonfrere on Flickr<p>The Corinth Canal connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. …

This Tilt-Rotor Aircraft Could Be The Future Of The US Army's Helicopter Fleet

One possible model for future combat aircraft can take off and land vertically, and then fly like a traditional airplane.<p>Bell's V-280, which combines a combat helicopter's fuselage with tilt-rotors, would basically be a Black Hawk that can adjust its thrust to fly like a fixed-wing aircraft once …

US plan to build base in Bab el Mandeb Strait?

Published on June 1, 2015 by David Rider · 1 Comment<p><i>Claims made by Iranian news sources.</i><p><b>US plan to build base in Bab el Mandeb Strait?</b><p>Israeli-made …

Thousands of migrants rescued

Published on June 1, 2015 by David Rider · No Comments<p><i>Italian Coast Guard rescue 4,200 migrants.</i><p><b>Thousands of migrants rescued, 17 die: coastguard</b><p>The …

Wind Power at Sea: The Vindskip Merchant Ship

There are many concepts for using wind as a source of clean, renewable energy. But on a merchant vessel? That's definitely a novel idea! And yet, …

China Builds Islands in Disupted South China Sea: IHS Jane's Defense Weekly

China has stepped up the construction of a series of large artificial islands, according to satellite images released Thursday, a move that experts said would dramatically extend its reach into hotly disputed waters.<p>The images, which were taken by Airbus Defence and Space and released by military …

Iran aid ship reaches Djibouti

Published on May 22, 2015 by David Rider · No Comments<p><i>UN inspection of cargo due.</i><p><b>Iran aid ship reaches Djibouti waters, waits to enter port: …

Africa