Chaos theory is indeed gone and complexity is in, but maybe it was just coincidental timing.
Examining the pre-WWII roots of the LCS and HSV.
Looking beyond the hardware into the paradoxes of China's naval rise. Part three of a three-part series.
Building complex weapon systems is "profoundly simple." Part 2 of two-part series.
Building complex weapon systems is "profoundly simple." Part I of two-part series.
Littoral warfare is not some dramatic new concept. All naval warfare is connected to land. However, repackaging a concept and placing renewed emphasis on studying it is not a bad thing. This is especially true when political and technological developments have made US freedom to operate in the maritime environment less assured.
When the Marines ask for someone to bring the rain, the US Navy is in a drought. Can we seed the clouds?
When the Marines ask for someone to bring the rain, the US Navy is in a drought
Looking beyond the hardware into the paradoxes of China's naval rise. Part two of a three-part series.
Looking beyond the hardware into the paradoxes of China's naval rise. Part one of a three-part series.
What's in a name? Would that which we call a destroyer, by any other name would be as sleek?
"You keep using that word...I don"think you know what it means."
For hundreds of years, ships of the line, and later, battleships, ruled the waves. Over the past half century, they've come back from retirement several times. Could they make one last appearance?
We have met the enemy and it is us. A discussion of what the third offset is actually offsetting.
Are technologies really "game-changing" or is altering the way of warfare simply the norm? Guest Author Keith Patton discusses.
Read one of the seminal works on naval power.
Unpacking the February 8th unsafe encounter between a US P-3C and Chinese AWACS.
The official list of the US Navy's 2017 programs.
Why "Wild Card" is a better term for describing the improbable.