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  • Admiral Richardson Discusses Naval Operations and Modernization Efforts
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    Naval Operations

    Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson talked about the Navy’s operational outlook and modernization efforts. Admiral Richardson presented his priorities and areas of focus in which…

  • Marine Corps Commandant and Navy Secretary Testify on Readiness
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    Navy and Marine Corps Readiness

    Navy and Marine Corps senior officials testified on the readiness of the two military branches at a Senate Armed Services joint subcommittee hearing. Witnesses included Navy Secretary…

  • Senate Armed Services Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Shipbuilding
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    Fiscal Year 2019 Navy Shipbuilding Budget Request

    The Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower held a hearing on the Navy’s fiscal year 2019 budget request, which includes proposed increases in shipbuilding rates with the goal of…

  • World War I Naval Warfare
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    World War I Naval Warfare

    Naval War College professor Stanley Carpenter talked about World War I naval warfare. He described the fleets of the Allies and Central Powers, their artillery and the battle strategies…

  • Naval Aviation and Combat Readiness
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    Naval Aviation and Combat Readiness

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies held a discussion on U.S. Navy operations and combat readiness. Vice Admiral DeWolfe Miller, commander of Naval Air Forces, and Lieutenant…

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    Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic recounted the sinking of the USS Indianapolis on July 30, 1945, the worst disaster in U.S. naval history.

  • emBarons of the Seaem
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    Barons of the Sea

    Naval historian Steven Ujifuza recalled the 19th century American seamen and merchants who competed for profits in the tea and opium trades.

  • Discussion on the Recovery of the Hunley Submarine
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    The Hunley Submarine

    In 1864, the Confederate Civil War submarine H.L. Hunley became the first submersible to sink an enemy warship, but then disappeared. The remains of the Hunley were discovered in 1995 and removed from the…

  • Panelists Discuss Maritime Security
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    Maritime Security

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the U.S. Naval Institute co-hosted a discussion on maritime security. The panel discussed evolving strategies among Marine task forces…

  • Navy and Marine Corps Leaders Testify at Hearing on Force Posture
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    Navy Posture Hearing

    The Senate Armed Services Committee held a hearing on Navy combat readiness and the fiscal year 2019 budget request. Other issues discussed included recruitment and retainment issues,…

  • Navy Leaders Brief Reporters at the Pentagon
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    Navy Department Briefing

    Navy Secretary Richard Spencer, Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson, and Marine Corps Commandant General Robert Neller provided an update to reporters at the Pentagon on the…

  • Officials Discuss Future of the US Military
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    Future of the U.S. Military

    The secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force talked about current and future operations of their respective military branches. In addition, they addressed readiness and budget…

  • Navy Admiral Discusses Readiness
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    Navy Admiral John Richardson on Readiness

    Admiral John Richardson, chief of operations for the Navy, discussed strategy and readiness. While Admiral Richardson said the U.S. enjoys naval superiority, he also talked about the…

  • Naval War College in Newport
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    Naval War College in Newport

    Naval War College History professor David Kohnen talked about the origins of the school and how it’s helped build America’s navy. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2017…

  • emThe Long Road to Annapolisem
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    The Long Road to Annapolis

    William Leeman talked about his book, The Long Road to Annapolis, about the development of the U.S. Naval Academy and the skepticism it received from the American public. Established in 1802, West Point was…

  • Washington Journal David Larter Discusses Navy Homicide Charges
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    David Larter on Navy Homicide Charges

    David Larter spoke by phone about the Navy’s decision to file homicide charges against commanders of two ships involved in deadly collisions.

  • emSea Powerem
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    Sea Power

    Admiral James Stavridis (Retired), former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, talked about his book, Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans, about the strategic importance of the…

  • Global Security Forum Part 2
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    Global Security Forum, Part 2

    The U.S. Naval Institute held a forum on global security at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. This portion featured a panel discussion on a comprehensive review the Navy conducted on the…

  • Global Security Forum Part 1
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    Global Security Forum, Part 1

    The U.S. Naval Institute held a forum on global security at the Newseum. This portion featured keynote remarks from Navy Secretary Richard Spencer, who talked about the impact of…

  • Chief Naval Officer Says He Owns Failures That Led to Deadly Vessel Collisions
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    Naval Operations Chief on Ship Collisions

    Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson held a briefing to outline the investigation findings involving the USS Fitzgerald and USS John S. McCain collisions. Admiral Richardson took full responsibility for the…

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