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In The Current Issue of WARSHIPS Magazine

  • BATTLE OF JUTLAND 100 SPECIAL Pt1

    JUTLAND SPECIAL

    • LONG AWAITED CLASH OF BATTLE FLEETS - The epic story of WW1’s biggest sea fight.

    • THE OFFICER WHO COST BRITAIN? - How one man probably robbed the Grand Fleet of the crushing triumph Britons desired.

    • HMS CAROLINE AT JUTLAND - Remarkable eyewitness testimony by a British sailor who saw action in the famous cruiser.

    • BATTLE WITHOUT END - The controversy over who won, as examined in a new book by the grandson of the Grand Fleet’s commanding admiral.

    Photo Top: USNH&HC.

     

    And also…

    • TURKEY PLAYS IT STRAIT
    • UK WARSHIPS CUT
    • NATO ALLIES BOOST FLEETS TO FACE EASTERN THREAT
    • THE ODDS FAVOUR DETERRENT RENEWAL
    • KEEPING THE GLOBAL LIFEBLOOD FLOWING
    • DAWN OF THE ROBOT SUB HUNTER
    • UK SSNs TO MAKE ARCTIC RETURN
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Thursday, 31 March 2016 19:21

Reports by Usman Ansari

  • KEY RCN UNITS SENT TO SCRAP
  • RUSSIA DEPLOYS AT HIGHER RATE THAN COLD WAR
  • REGIONAL SUPREMACY IS THE PRIME OBJECTIVE
  • SOUTH CHINA SEA TENSION
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THE SCANDAL OF BRITAIN’S NAVAL DECLINE PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2016 19:12

Odin’s Eye

BRITAIN NAVAL DECLINE 1

 

By any measure, the Royal Navy is in crisis. It is a national scandal that an organisation so important to the UK is in such a pickle, with barely a whisper from politicians or the media about its serious decline and imbalance. The headline fact is the RN has fallen to a sub-critical mass.

 

Previously when the Royal Navy fell so low it could at least rely upon a cadre of officers who had experience of war to maximise the utility and application of sparse resources. It is now 35 years since the Falklands War - when the RN could field 60 frigates and destroyers - yet it continues to behave as though it were three or four times bigger than its present size.

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Wednesday, 24 February 2016 15:13

Reports by Usman Ansari

  • NORTH KOREAN SSBN PROGRAMME IS A BUST?
  • SWANSONG VOYAGE
  • MEXICAN NAVY TROOPS CAPTURE DRUG LORD
  • UK DESTROYERS NEED MAJOR WORK
  • SAUDI-US WARSHIP DEAL STALLS?
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KEEPING UP PRESSURE FROM THE SEA PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 15:07

 

PRESSURE 1

Naval forces continue to play a key role in bearing down on the ISIL terrorist group in its Syrian and Iraqi bastions. The French Navy flagship and strike carrier Charles de Gaulle has been at the head of a multinational task group, with her Rafales and Super Etendards flying bombing sorties.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 February 2016 15:16
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EUROPEAN NAVIES REMAIN VIGILANT IN TROUBLED SEAS PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 14:59

TROUBLED SEAS 1

Admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi, Chief of the Italian Navy has declared the European Union’s naval task group effort in the Mediterranean a success so far but has cautioned against the international community letting its guard drop.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2016 13:59
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