The Chinese and Pakistani navies started their joint naval exercises off the coast of Shanghai. The drills are set to last four days and involve Pakistan’s most advanced China-built battleship. View More ›
The US Navy is Flunking on its Warfare Training Instructor Program Goals
According to a senior officer from the defense forces, the US Navy is having trouble training enough personnel in warfare tactics each year to meet the requirements, which include the View More ›
US to Send Another $400 Million in Weaponry to Ukraine
US President Joe Biden has approved the shipment of a brand-new type of precision-guided artillery rounds as part of its new tranche of military assistance to Ukraine, according to a senior View More ›
South Korea Procures 20 More F-35A Fighter Jets
The South Korean defense agency has authorized the acquisition of additional F-35A fighter jets as part of the country’s F-X program, integrated with the government’s retaliatory strike plan “Kill Chain,” View More ›
What’s Next for the Russian Navy?
When the Russian forces declared the fire with Ukraine, they forcefully displaced millions of Ukrainians, killed hundreds-of-thousands civilians, and left Ukraine under massive destruction while occupying all its key cities View More ›
Breaking the Black Sea Blockade: How Far Will the West Go?
The Biden administration and EU nations have been painstakingly “careful” to confine the war to Ukraine’s frontiers and the nearby Black Sea, according to reports. They are avoiding anything that might View More ›
Coast Guard Recues 2 Mariners on a 110-Foot Vessel in the Caribbean
The United States Coast Guard Cutter Bernard C. Webber’s crew reported that they rescued two mariners on board the massive 110-foot motor vessel, Supplier One, on Sunday after it began View More ›