NATO ALLIES IN MED CONFRONTATION – P2/3
NAVIES – P4 & P6/7
• China rails against USA’s ‘navigation hegemony’.
• England’s last warship yard rises from the dead.
• Chinese LHD first sea trials completed.
• South Korea to build F-35B carrier.
• Brazilian submarine progress.
• Navies sail in to aid devastated Beirut.
WW2 ‘AIR GROUP’ ABOARD ASSAULT CARRIER – P8
‘SAFE HAVENS’ HELP KEEP SUBS DEPLOYED – P12
MARITIME AVIATION – P16/17
FOCUS ON CANADA – P28/29
ODIN’s EYE – P5
Boris Johnson must steer clear of ‘mythical’ jet.
ROYAL NAVY ‘NEW DEAL’ NEEDED – P31/33
Time for the UK to get its naval act together.
FEATURES & ANALYSIS
REVAMP TO WIN LITTORAL BATTLES – P9/11
The Leathernecks shake things up in the Pacific.
‘NARCO STATE’ CHAOS WARNING – P13/14
A top USN officer speaks bluntly about Venezuela.
A REVOLUTION IN THINKING – P18/19
‘Lessons learned’ can better deliver UK warships.
FUTURE WEAPONS NEED FRESH STRATEGY – P20/21
‘Why’ and ‘when’ for new capabilities also needed.
RIMPAC PREVAILS DESPITE PANDEMIC – P22/25 & P30
The world’s largest naval exercise goes ahead.
RISING TO THE COVID CHALLENGE – P26/27
How the RCN went about countering the virus.
GULF AIR & SEA FORCES WORK HARD P34/35
The Iranians seize a ship as coalition forces train.
A FINAL FLURRY OF FURY – P36/38
Our three-part look at the end of WW2 concludes.
BRITISH LIONS THAT NEVER ROARED – P39/41
The Royal Navy’s stop-start super battleships.
THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF SEA JETS
THAT BEAT THE ODDS IN COMBAT – P42/45
A chat with Rowland White, author of the new book ‘Harrier 809’.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR – P46
BOOK REVIEWS – P47/48