Arleigh Burke, Kongo, Super Gorshkov: Modern Destroyers - Part 2

This article follows the article “Hobart, Type 52D, Sejong the Great: Modern destroyers - Part 1” published on May 24, 2021, which presented the Hobart (Australia) classes,…

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Hobart, Type 52D, Sejong the Great: Modern Destroyers - Part 1

Heirs to the destroyers that appeared at the end of the 19th century to fight against the torpedo boats that threatened large ships of the line such as cruisers and later…

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Modern attack helicopters, from the AH64 Apache to the Z19.

Although helicopters have been used in combat since the late 40s, especially during the Korean War when they first played ...

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What are modern Corvettes worth?

During the Second World War, corvettes were vessels of limited tonnage, 1000 tons for the very prolific Flower class of the Royal Navy, intended to escort the…

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Coastal defense batteries return to center stage

Traditionally, until the mid-60s, military ports and arsenals, as well as certain strategic locations on the coasts, were frequently protected by coastal batteries, both anti-aircraft and anti-ship.…

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Is the Mediterranean again an area of ​​concentration of forces?

Traditionally, when one thinks of geographic areas under stress where many military forces are present, it is common to refer to the Middle East and the Persian Gulf, or ...

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Blekinge, Barracuda, Taigei: how do modern conventional submarines perform? - 2nd part

According to the staff of the American Navy, submarines represent today the best response to the rise of certain naval powers, citing China in particular. It is…

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