Iran's Speedboat Navy: A Desperate Ploy Or A Serious Threat To The Navy?

Key point: Asymmetric warfare is Iran's specialty. Iran has fielded a variety of unusual weapons...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Three navy ships held by Russia return to Ukraine port

Three navy vessels that Moscow seized last year and handed back to Ukraine have arrived at a...

discovered 4 months ago on MSN News
Russia returns Ukraine ships 'stripped of toilets'

Ukraine has accused Russia of removing weapons and equipment - including toilets - from navy boats it returned after seizing them in the Black Sea....

discovered 4 months ago on BBC News
Russia 'ruined' Ukrainian naval vessels before handing them back, says Ukrainian navy

Three Ukrainian navy boats seized by Russia a year ago were vandalised before being handed back to...

discovered 4 months ago on Daily Telegraph
Navy takes next step with new, more lethal Flight III destroyer

The Navy has laid the keel for its first new, Flight III DDG 51 surface warfare destroyer armed with improved weapons, advanced sensors and new radar 35 ...

discovered 4 months ago on Fox News
Ukraine accuses Russia of removing weapons, toilet bowls from seized Navy ships: report

The three Ukrainian naval ships seized by Russia in November of last year were returned Monday but...

discovered 4 months ago on Fox News
The U.S. Navy Loves Its Aircraft Carriers, But Are They Becoming Obsolete?

Key point: The carrier—like the dreadnought-type battleship—is a massive investment of national...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Navy Killer: Is This China’s Dangerous New Anti-Ship Missile?

The computer-generated image could represent the public’s first glimpse of the CH-AS-X-13, an...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Japan To Get First Aircraft Carriers Since World War Two

Japan is set to deploy its first aircraft carrier since World War Two. The Japanese navy will...

discovered 4 months ago on Forbes
Weapons Carriage & Release Systems Market Size to surge at 6.2% CAGR and Hit 520 million by 2024

... & Release Systems Market Size and Market Share Comparison by Applications (2014-2024) 1.3.2 Air Force 1.3.3 Navy 1.3.4 Other 1.4 Global Weapons Carriage & Release Systems Market by Regions 1.4.1 Global Weapons Carriage & Release Systems Market Size (...

discovered 4 months ago on Market Watch
Has the U.S. Navy Created Its Ultimate Weapon?

Since potential adversaries now have longer-range weapons, better sensors, targeting technologies and computers with faster processing speeds, amphibious...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Pentagon Discovers $81 Million of U.S. Navy Gear During Audit

The Pentagon found $81 million of military equipment at a U.S. Navy facility that had not been inventoried, a top Pentagon official said on Wednesday as he described the Department ...

discovered 4 months ago on US News & World Report
The Navy's Secret 2013 Spy Submarine Mission No One Talks About

Jan. 20, 2013, the Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter left her home port in Bangor,...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
How a grad assistant and a former walk-on have prepped SMU for Navy

Earlier this year, as SMU was in the early stages of its season-long prep to face Navy -- defensive...

discovered 4 months ago on Dallas Morning News
The Navy's Networks Are Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks—It's Time For Action

The threat to the U.S. Navy from cyber intrusion has become a crisis. Hackers, particularly those...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Meet What Could be The U.S. Navy's Ultimate Weapon (As in a New Destroyer)

Navy Flight III Destroyers have a host of defining new technologies not included in current ships...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
With no laws to stop them, defense firms are on track to make killer robots a reality

Weapons built by defense manufacturers that can think for themselves are getting smarter, which mean...

discovered 4 months ago on Quartz
Navy veteran remembers answering call to serve in WWII

The ship, which once fought in World War II loaded with aircraft, weapons and thousands of men who...

discovered 4 months ago on The Gainesville Sun
Smart Weapons Market Size 2019, Share, Global Industry Growth, Business Statistics, Top Leaders,...

This contract was provided in October 2016 to meet the needs of the US Air Force, US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps, and to the allied nations. Smart Weapons

discovered 4 months ago on Market Watch
Venezuela, China are threats to Caribbean security, says Southcom commander

U.S. Southern Command Adm. Craig Faller spent last week visiting Jamaica, Haiti and the Dominican...

discovered 4 months ago on Miami Herald
This Is The Navy's Plan To Fight Back Against Russian and Chinese Anti-Ship Missiles

The U.S. Navy and numerous NATO partners are firing a new, high-tech ship defense weapon that can...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
A Navy weapons station full of WWII-era ammunition bunkers could be transformed into 13,000 new...

In Concord, California, dozens of empty bunkers once housed World War II munitions. The site could...

discovered 4 months ago on MSN News
Should America Buy 2,000 Hypersonic Missiles Instead of Another Carrier?

States and its allies in the western Pacific capable of ranging Chinese targets, or one new carrier?...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
Navy Secretary and Huntington Ingalls “in a better place” after carrier Ford criticism

One of the certified Advanced Weapons Elevators on the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford is shown in a...

discovered 4 months ago on The Virginian-Pilot
Check Out This New Laser Cannon on a U.S. Navy Destroyer

The U.S. Navy apparently has installed a new laser cannon on one of its destroyers. The installation...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News
A Rocket Exploded and Almost Sunk a U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

Key Point: Flying shrapnel shredded many of the first responders, while jet fuel seared the skin off...

discovered 4 months ago on The National Interest via Yahoo News