Published in 1981, Russell Spurr’s “A Glorious Way to Die” chronicles the final sortie of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s pride, the battleship Yamato. Inter-weaved in
Anyone familiar with destroyer operations in World War II will know that destroyers began gradually taking on a larger number of responsibilities from their originally
Originally published as The Conquest of the Ocean in 2013 with the American edition titled as A Short History of Seafaring and published in 2019.
Ever wondered about the differences between a ship-of-the-line and a frigate? Do you know the differences between a blue, white, or red admiral? Why was
Fleet Tactics by Captain (ret.) Wayne Hughes is something of a classic in modern naval thinking. Some have even labeled it as a modern day
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m not very knowledgeable on aviation, but admittedly, I enjoy a good combat aircraft every now and then. Francis Crosby has