Will the Kazan nuclear missile submarine be the nightmare of Western navies?

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the new nuclear missile submarine Kazan, second unit of the Iassen class but first unit of the variant project 885-M Iassen-M, would have been ...

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Unsurprisingly, Berlin is getting closer to the acquisition of American P8A Poseidon

Asked by a parliamentarian about the replacement of the P3 Orion maritime patrol planes still in service with the German forces, the representative of the Ministry of Defense ...

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Military drones and ethics: real debate or pretense?

Since their entry into service about twenty years ago, drones have been in the news regularly, especially in a field where the development of ...

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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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The US Navy wants to quickly arm and specialize its Littoral Combat Ship

At the end of the 90s, two officers of the US Navy, Vice-Admiral Art Cebrowski and Commander Wayne Hughes, developed the concept of "Streetfighter", a light combat ship (1000 ...

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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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After Taiwan, Chinese Navy tries to intimidate Japan

Clearly, Beijing seems very keen to show off its newly acquired naval power to its neighbors, and especially to those who do not hunker down enough to satisfy the…

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