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In The Current Issue of WARSHIPS Magazine

    • HISTORY IN THE MAKING
    • NORWAY BACK IN BUSINESS ON A HIGHER LEVEL
    • STRIKES FROM THE SEA
    • STRATOFORTRESS COMES DOWN TO SEA LEVEL
    • CHINA JOINS EXERCISE RIMPAC AND ALSO SPIES ON IT
    • F-35 NO SHOW BUT PLENTY OF OTHER STARS

     

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International Search and Rescue Needed to Watch Over Ungoverned Spaces? PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 April 2014 07:42

Odin’s Eye

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE 1

Everything is so joined up these days the notion that a large aircraft can simply disappear off the face of the Earth is one that many people have struggled to accept. In an age when communication and dissemination via the Internet is instantaneous and we are so interconnected that governments can be toppled by social media campaigns, it is a deep shock when a whole jetliner with more than 200 souls onboard vanishes and we do not immediately know why.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 April 2014 07:53
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News Digest from the May 2014 Edition PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 25 April 2014 08:29

Reports by Usman Ansari & Iain Ballantyne

  • TOKYO ORDERS MARINE CORPS TO BE ESTABLISHED
  • KREMLIN ABSORBS UKRAINIAN NAVY
  • BEIJING BLOCKADES PHILIPPINES TROOPS
  • EXPANSION FOR UK SUBMARINE YARD
  • TAIWANESE ‘CARRIER KILLER’ IS LAUNCHED
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CRIMEAN SPECIAL REPORT PDF Print E-mail

RUSSIAN MARINES AND PARAS SEIZE CRIMEAN PENINSULA

by Charles Strathdee

 

HETMAN AT SOUDA 

A Russian naval infantry brigade tasked with protecting the base at Sevastopol was deployed to spearhead a well-executed operation to seize control of the Crimean peninsula in the Ukraine. Meanwhile, airborne troops from Russia itself were flown in to airheads that had been secured earlier to reinforce the marines.

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Crimea & Ukraine - FLASH NEWS PDF Print E-mail

UKRAINIAN NAVY FLAGSHIP HEADS HOME

And Proves She did not Defect to Pro-Russia Faction

 

Report and photographs by Special Correspondent Cem Devrim Yaylali, Istanbul

Hetman Sahaydachny

The flagship of the Ukrainian Navy, the Krivak Class frigate Hetman Sahaydachny, passed through the Turkish Straits and is today in the Black Sea. Despite conflicting reports (see our accompanying coverage) the Hetman Sahaydachny was flying the Ukrainian flag, indicating the ship is currently in the hands of pro-Kiev sailors rather than defecting to the pro-Russian autonomous region of Crimea.

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014 14:52
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Odin’s Eye – Ukraine & Crimea Commentary Special PDF Print E-mail

SEVASTOPOL POWER PLAY LAYS DOWN PUTIN’S ‘NEW WORLD ORDER’

 

‘A big struggle is taking place right now. Not a struggle over the Crimea, or Ukraine, or Russia, it’s a struggle for the world order…Right now, Putin stands only one step away from becoming the world leader, the key figure, the embodiment of liberty and independence from US hegemony.’

Professor Alexander Dugin, Moscow State University,writing in Komsomolskaya Pravda.

 

Putin and Yanuk 

During the Ukrainian and Crimean crises of 2014 President Vladimir Putin of Russia has not used the same script as other world leaders. While the West’s foremost nations talked the talked, promising billions they could ill afford in financial aid to sustain the new government in the Ukraine, Putin’s troops walked the walk.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 March 2014 14:30
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