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In The Current Issue of WARSHIPS Magazine

    • UPLIFT IN WEAPONRY
    • FRANCO RUSSIAN CARRIERS SAGA
    • US & UK WRECKS VIOLATED
    • WAR OF WORDS OVER OZ GUNBOATS
    • GLOBAL MAID OF ALL WORK
    • PRELUDE TO A SHOWDOWN
    • LIGHTNING STRIKES!
    • OPV DEPLOYMENT EXTRACTS  RN FROM PATROL SHIP PICKLE
    • EVERY INCH THE HUNTER-KILLER
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SCOTTISH VOTE AVOIDS SSBN RELOCATION PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 13 November 2014 19:49

Analysis Article

by Francis Beaufort

 

SCOTTISH VOTE

 

The referendum vote by the majority of the residents of Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom deflected the need for the national strategic deterrent to relocate elsewhere in the British Isles.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 November 2014 20:03
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US NAVY LEADS THE IRAQ STRIKE BACK PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 October 2014 13:16

Analysis Article

Dr Dave Sloggett & Francis Beaufort look at events that led to US Navy jets once again embarking on combat missions over Iraq. It provided a further illustration of the vital need for strike carrier power in order to respond in such an emergency.

IRAQ STRIKE CARRIER 

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EUROPE NEEDS TO SHAPE UP AND EASE AMERICA’S GLOBAL BURDEN PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 October 2014 13:09

Odin’s Eye

(From the October 2014 edition)

 

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Whatever you think of Pax Americana, for 70 years since WW2 the USA has shouldered the responsibility of being the world policeman that the tired, played out empire of Britain shrugged off.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 October 2014 13:21
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News Digest from the October and November 2014 editions PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 October 2014 13:22

Reports by Usman Ansari, Iain Ballantyne & Charles Strathdee

 

US NAVY SPEARHEADS SYRIAN STRIKES

NORTH KOREA DEVELOPING SUB-LAUNCHED MISSILE?

ISRAELI BOAT No4

US COAST GUARD FIRES ON HOSTILE IRANIAN DHOW

IRAN SEEKS MISSILE RANGE INCREASE

AMERICANS SAY RUSSIA WAS CHASING A PHANTOM SUBMARINE

JAPAN BOOSTS DEFENCE SPENDING

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QUEEN ELIZABETH IS AFLOAT NOW MAKE A CASE SUITABLE FOR DANGEROUS TIMES PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 01 September 2014 13:50

Odin’s Eye

IAN ARTHUR FOR ODIN

One hundred years ago workers in Portsmouth Dockyard were racing to complete a mighty ship of war named Queen Elizabeth, potentially the most powerful naval vessel ever constructed in Britain.

 

Lead ship in a new class of five super dreadnoughts, the future HMS Queen Elizabeth was cutting edge. Using oil to fuel her boilers (and so provide unprecedented sustained speed for a battleship) she was to be armed with 15-inch guns that were the first of their kind to ever be mounted in a capital ship.

Last Updated on Monday, 01 September 2014 14:10
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