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LRASM will be the Backbone of the “Distributed Lethality” Doctrine

The U.S. has been trying to find alternative solutions to maintain its superiority against China's increasing naval power. Producing new technology-guided missiles that will help the U.S. Navy and air force possess their firepower against Chinese elements is at...

Why are warships universally gray? Why are submarines painted black?

Warships The gray color reduces the contrast of the ships with the horizon and reduces the vertical patterns in the ship's appearance. It is the universal color of combatant and auxiliary surface ships, in contrast to the dark gray or...

Operation Morvarid: The Story of How Iran Damaged Iraq’s Navy in 1 Day with Joint Operation

On September 22, 1980, Saddam Hussein launched an invasion of Iran, intending to take advantage of Iran's instability due to the Iranian Revolution. Despite the destructive effect of the Revolution, the service that had been renamed the Islamic Republic...

How the U.S. Navy can defeat Iran’s swarm attacks?

On May 10, 2021, a group of 13 Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) fast in-shore attack craft (FIAC), a type of speedboat armed with machine guns, conducted unsafe and unprofessional maneuvers near U.S. naval vessels transiting the...

What we have learned from the Falklands War

The Falklands Islands are situated 8,000 miles from Great Britain. The nearest useable land base for the British was Ascension Islands, 4,000 miles away from the Falklands. The Falklands War started on 2 April 1982, when Argentine forces invaded...

China’s Beidou GPS is a strategic challenge for the U.S

The United States has been taking the strategic advantage in navigation, command, control, and munitions guidance by introducing NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) since 1972. However, the U.S. is not the only power to have a GPS today.   China...

Why does an aircraft carrier take so many years to build?

When building an aircraft carrier, you are constructing a floating, moving airport that generates its own power and provides everything necessary to sustain habitability for 5000 souls for weeks at a time at sea, in all kinds of weather....

How Tomahawk Finds Its Target

The Tomahawk land-attack cruise missile (TLAM) is an American-made low-flying strategic guided missile launched from naval ships or submarines to strike targets on land. It flies at low altitudes to strike fixed targets, such as communication and air-defense sites, in high-risk environments where manned aircraft may...

Data Link Systems and Compiling Recognized Maritime Picture

Advancements in technology have changed the naval operating environment and requirements. Today, the success of the naval operation depends on establishing the recognized marine picture because of the rapid compilation of the information obtained from various sources of information...

What exactly is the Low Probability of Intercept Radar (LPI)?

In today's naval battlefield, most of the radars, as in surveillance, reconnaissance, and target tracking radars, have to cope with very capable and advanced threats designed to contribute to the degradation of radar performance. Electronic warfare support (ES) interception...
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