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US thinking about extending Nimitz class

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The Navy is considering an extension of the service lives of the first few aircraft carriers in the Nimitz-class, the head of the service’s...

US says to China: build that carrier

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China’s pursuit of more aircraft carriers validates the U.S. Navy’s commitment to building more American aircraft carriers in the future, the U.S. admiral in...

Brendan Nelson talks about Teddy Sheean VC

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Angus Hordern speaks with Dr Brendan Nelson about Australia’s 101st Victoria Cross recipient, Teddy Sheean VC, in the Life on the Line podcast series. Life...

Autonomous systems to sustain undersea advantage

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By Bryan Clark, Seth Cropsey & Timothy A. Walton, Hudson Institute Submarines have posed a challenge to naval forces for more than a century, enabling weaker...

A warhorse sails into the sunset

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By Sarosh Bana*   A dirge sounded on 19 September through both the Indian and Royal navies as Viraat, the world’s oldest aircraft carrier when it...

World’s most advanced torpedo almost ready

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The "world's most advanced torpedo" is almost ready for service with the Royal Navy after extensive trials in Scotland, Forces Net reports. The Spearfish -...

Austal expands and eyes unmanned ship programs

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Austal USA is expanding the capacity and capability of its Alabama shipyard, doubling down on investing in its future in a way reminiscent of...

Ships to be powered by hydrogen and ammonia: IEA

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In the future, from about 2050 onward, the world shipping fleet will likely be powered by ammonia and hydrogen, says the International Energy Agency. The...

Xi’s black-box strategic thinking

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By Peter Jennings* What is China trying to achieve by its sudden lurch to a bullying, ‘wolf warrior’ global stance? For all the billions of...

China moving in on climate-threatened Kiribati

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By Steve Raaymakers* The world knows the Republic of Kiribati as a very low-lying nation in the mid-Pacific that is in danger of inundation as...