NAVIES – P6, P33/36
• Focus on warships at Plymouth.
• Australian naval pair return home.
• Japan’s new killer whale.
• Maritime forces net big coke bust.
WAR IN UKRAINE
DEATH OF THE MOSKVA: THE WORST LOSS FOR THE RUSSIAN NAVY SINCE KURSK – P2/4
Our look at the sinking of the Black Sea Flagship.
RUSSIA’S COLD WAR ACHILLES HEEL AT SEA – P8/11
A survey of the naval war and its implications.
FROM 1995 – 2022 TWO DAYS OF VICTORY – P41/43
The concluding part of our voyage from the end of the old Cold War to the new East-West confrontation.
ODIN’S EYE – P5
Swedes & Finns likely to bolster NATO as Beijing steals a march in the Solomons.
THE POTENTIAL PERILS OF ‘JOINT CARRIER OPERATIONS’ – P12
A lack of jets on ships is selling carrier strike short.
FALKLANDS WAR 40 – P44/45
As war rages in Europe today is the South Atlantic conflict fading from the collective memory?
PRESIDENT BIDEN PRESIDES OVER CHAOS – P14/15
Lack of direction as the US Navy tries to grow.
NUCLEAR GIANTS ARE KEY – P16/18
New nuclear-powered icebreakers are pivotal in Moscow’s bid for Arctic hegemony.
UK CONFIRMS COMMITMENT TO ARCTIC – P19/21
And yet it treads water on NATO’s northern flank.
UK AND US SUBMARINES TRAIN RAIDERS – P22/23
An American and a British boat launch troops ashore.
CANADIAN SUBMARINES YESTERDAY, TODAY AND INTO THE FUTURE – P24/28
An update on the RCN’s undersea warfare force.
ICELANDIC VIKING PAVES THE WAY – P30/32
A major Arctic exercise is a taste of things to come.
NAVAL TALL SHIPS SET SAIL – P37/40
With the pandemic easing the tall ships are at sea.
BOOK REVIEWS & AN OLD NAVAL TALE RETURNS TO THE SILVER SCREEN – P47/48