- Tangredi on the centrality of anti-access ops.
- Adding it up.
- The Navy generally hates mid-sized craft. Should it?
From the archive: December 2, 1944 Editor’s note: “As World War II was coming to an end, the House, on March 28, 1944, established the Select Committee on Post-War Military Policy composed of seven members each from the committees on military and naval affairs and nine additional members. The select committee was directed to study […]Continue reading
From the archive: December 6, 1941 Editor’s note: The day before Japanese warplanes surprised U.S. defenders at Pearl Harbor, the Army and Navy Journal published its last pre-war issue. Looking back, one is struck by the general tenor of the paper, full of news and notes about military preparations — very little “At Dawn We Slept” […]Continue reading