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Navy adds 3 More Patrol Shps to Gulf

WASHINGTON – The US Navy has deployed three additional coastal patrol ships to its Fifth Fleet headquarters in Bahrain, bolstering America’s presence in the strategic Gulf, officials said Wednesday.

USS Thunderbolt

The USS Tempest, the USS Squall and the USS Thunderbolt arrived Wednesday at the port of Manama, bringing the total number of


Off Duty U.S. Navy Girl Thwarts Attacker Into Submission

An off-duty U.S. navy sailor wrestled a Dubai bus driver to the ground and beat him into submission after he tried to rape her at knifepoint on Jan. 19, a courtroom heard Wednesday.

The woman, 28, was on 24-hour shore leave in Dubai when she was attacked by a bus driver after he picked


How the Navy and Air Force Will Monitor N. Korea’s Missile Launchings

As tensions continue to rise on the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. Navy and Air Force are ready to watch upcoming missile launches. The two services use a


China Trying to “Wear Out” Japans Navy


China’s naval and paramilitary ships are churning up the ocean around islands it disputes with Tokyo in what experts say is a strategy to overwhelm the numerically inferior Japanese forces that must sail out to detect and track the flotillas.

A daily stream of bulletins announce ship deployments into the East China Sea, naval


Navy Seal Involved in bin Laden Raid to Testify Against Manning


The US government is believed to be preparing to put a Navy Seal on the witness stand to testify that secret files published by WikiLeaks were discovered in Osama bin Laden’s compound.

Prosecutors trying Bradley Manning, the 25-year-old soldier accused of engineering the largest intelligence leak in US history, are seeking to prove that


South Korea Demonstrates Cruise Missile for North

South Korea unveiled a cruise missile on Thursday that it said can hit the office of North Korea’s leaders, trying to address concerns that it is technologically behind its unpredictable rival which this week conducted its third nuclear test.

South Korean officials declined to say the exact range of the missile but said it


U.S. Submarine and Cruiser Collide off Florida Coast

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USS Montpelier Submarine

USS San Jacinto

Two Navy vessels collided this afternoon off the coast of northeastern Florida, there were no injuries aboard the submarine and cruiser involved in the collision.

According to a Navy statement the submarine USS Montpelier (SSN 765) and the Aegis cruiser USS San Jacinto (CG 56) collided at


UFO Confrontation Rumored in Pacific Basin

Alien Patrol

Is this Disinformation?

This last week, reports of Chinese naval vessels off the US coast, Northern Californian in particular, have been reported but denied.

Now an Asian intelligence agency reports that a combined fleet operation between the US and China has been going on, a full combat operation against what we are told


Naval Armada Gathering in Gulf as Israel Prepares Iran Strike

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An armada of US and British naval power is massing in the Persian Gulf in the belief that Israel is considering a preemptive strike against Iran’s covert nuclear weapons program.

The Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf beyond it, as seen from the International Space Station in 2003. Iran is to the


Will Iran Put Navy Warships off U.S. Coast

Admiral Habibollah of the Iranian Navy claims that in a few years Iran will have naval warships off the U.S. coast.

See Full Story: AP


U.S. Tells Iran: We Won’t Join Preemptive Strike


The United States has no intention of joining in a preemptive Israeli strike on Iran and expects the Islamic Republic to refrain from attacking US targets in the case of such an attack, senior Washington officials told their Iranian counterparts, according to a report in Yedioth Ahronoth on Monday.

In recent days,


China’s First Aircraft Carrier (sort of)

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File photo shows half-built Chinese-owned aircraft carrier Varyag towed and escorted by a flotilla of tugboats and pilot ships past the Leandros Tower on the Bosphorus Straits in Istanbul

When Japanese activists scrambled ashore on a disputed island chain in the East China Sea this month, one of China’s most hawkish military commentators proposed


Navy Develops Hypervelocity Projectile Weapon

By Madison Ruppert

The Office of Naval Research – the same entity which runs the Naval Research Laboratory, developers of the unbelievable Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot (SAFFiR) – apparently was not satisfied with their already astounding Electromagnetic Rail Gun.

A 5,600 mph electrically fired bullet apparently wasn’t enough, thus forcing


Chinese Navy Enters Black Sea for First Time Ever

Officials at the Russian and Ukrainian defense ministries say Chinese naval vessels have entered the Black Sea for the first time ever.

The “Qingdao” destroyer, armed with guided missiles, and the “Yantai” patrol boat, captained by the deputy commander of China’s northern fleet, entered the sea on July 31 at Ukraine’s invitation.

The two


Russian Navy Declassifies Records of UFO Encounters

The Russian navy has declassified its records of encounters with unidentified objects technologically surpassing anything humanity ever built, reports Svobodnaya Pressa news website.

The records dating back to soviet times were compiled by a special navy group collecting reports of unexplained incidents delivered by submarines and military ships. The group was headed by deputy Navy


Dolphins to the Rescue

If Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz, the U.S. Navy has a backup plan to save one-fifth of the world’s daily oil trade: send in the dolphins.

The threat of Iran closing the strait has reached a fever pitch, reports today’s New York Times, with U.S. officials warning Iran’s supreme leader that such moves


U.K. Sends High Tech Warship to Strait of Hormuz

The Royal Navy is sending its most advanced warship to the Persian Gulf, in a deployment intended to send a message to Iran following its threats to close the Strait of Hormuz, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Britains HMS Daring

According to the report, the HMS Daring, a Type 45 destroyer, will


Navy Enlists Hunter Killer Robot for Harbor Security

Take one jet ski, add a remote control and a sonar unit, and you have a new breed of robot warrior. While in harbor, warships make a tempting target for terrorists, because a single diver with an explosive charge can cause massive damage and loss of life. But a new robotic unmanned jet ski, known


EMALS: Electromagnetic Aircraft Launching

Propelling a 5 ton jet to liftoff speed over short distances has been the key to US Naval success for 50 years and the reason why their aircraft carriers are unique. Their steam “catapults” allowed fast enough acceleration for launch.

It was a good run, but it’s time to run out of steam.


Record Setting Railgun Test

A railgun is the stuff of science-fiction and video games. Instead of firing an explosively fired projectile, a railgun uses an electromagnetic current to accelerate a non-explosive bullet to several times the speed of sound. On Friday, at 11 AM today, the Navy set a record, by producing a 33-megajoule firing, more than three times


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