Navy

The Day Private Willie Mays Threw Out My Dad

Two lives intersect in a story of baseball, military service, and American society in the Korean War era.

Ukraine’s robot boats are rewriting the rules of naval warfare

Strategists around the world have taken note of the changing dynamics at play in the Black Sea and the implications for flashpoints elsewhere.

It’s not too late to cancel the Pentagon’s next ICBM

Axing Sentinel would save hundreds of billions of dollars—and make America safer.

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New sat images show Russian vessels fleeing Black Sea ports

Ukrainian drone attacks have also prompted Russian patrols and harbor defenses, according to BlackSky images.

China’s overseas bases aren’t a big threat, yet: RAND

But Beijing is looking to add to its footprint, from Asia to Africa to the Mideast.

China’s latest aircraft carrier is much more than a big ship

Along with technical and operational advances, the Fujian represents a response to 19th-century humiliation.

Inside the Navy’s slick effort to find workers to build submarines

The BuildSubmarines ad blitz is part of an innovative campaign to shore up one particular aspect of the industrial base.