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Carrier to protect Afghan withdrawal

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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has decided to keep an aircraft carrier in the Middle East to help provide protection for American and coalition troops...

US cruiser’s new exercise with drone

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The U.S. Navy is pairing an MQ-9B Sea Guardian drone with a guided-missile cruiser capable of firing anti-air, anti-surface and anti-submarine missiles as a...

Rich pickings for military strategists

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Now is the time for those who like to play war games or develop notional military strategies. There have seldom been so many rich...

Lessons from Afghanistan

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By Ian Dudgeon* The announcement of the withdrawal all US, NATO and other allied (including Australian) forces from Afghanistan by 11 September this year represents...

US exercises FONOP in Indian zone

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By Sarosh Bana* In a move that has deeply embarrassed the Indian government, a guided missile destroyer from the US 7th Fleet transgressed into India’s exclusive...

India set to begin Attack class program

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The PowerPoint presentation by navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh at the combined commanders’ conference in Kevadia, Gujarat, on March 6 this year had been...

Vale Eric Grove: Energy, enthusiasm, eccentricity.

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Professor Eric Grove (1948-2021). Obituary by James Goldrick Eric Grove was born in Bolton in Lancashire and brought up in Aberdeen, attending Aberdeen Grammar School and...

Osprey lands on Mercy

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A V-22 Osprey conducted its inaugural landing on the new and improved flight deck of USNS hospital ship Mercy this month (April 2021), the Navy...

Guarding ports and harbours

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By Jack Rowley* Worldwide “Ocean Governance” asks the important question: “How can navies and coast guards better coordinate with local governments and international agencies in countering...

China pips US in number of ships. So what?

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Exactly if and when the increasing antagonism between United States and China will boil over into full-on conflict remains anybody’s guess. But for now, one...