Tag: U.S. Navy

  • Interview with Commander McKnight

    U.S. Navy Rear Admiral (Ret.) Terence E. “Terry” McKnight was the pioneering U.S. Commander of Task Force 151 off the coast of Somalia and is the author of the new […]

  • Romney’s Big Plans for U.S. Navy

    Republican Mitt Romney’s campaign has steered clear of providing too many specifics when it comes to how he would govern as president. Defense has been no exception. While Romney and […]

  • A Clean Sweep

    Naval Sea Systems Command announced last week that the U.S. Navy has completed its acceptance trials of the first of the new Joint High Speed Vessel Spearhead catamaran transports. LCS’s […]

  • Terror Fear

    A senior U.S. Navy officer is warning that piracy may become an increasingly dangerous and expensive problem, especially if it intersects with terrorism. “There are people that are interested in […]

  • New Report Focuses on Climate Challenges to Naval Forces

    WASHINGTON (NNS) — The National Research Council of the National Academies released the “National Security Implications of Climate Change for U.S. Naval Forces” report, March 10. The newly-released study was […]