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Quick Hit: Small Surface Combatants and the 350-Ship Navy

Bryan McGrath

Building the 350-ship Navy will require a coherent strategic rationale, a good deal of money, and the political will to see it through....

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USS Zumwalt, Baltimore and Freedom of the Seas

Bryan McGrath

Today’s fleet of 272 ships—less than half the size of its Cold War predecessor—is too small for what we ask of it....

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Taiwan Needs Asymmetric Options to Defend Itself

Seth Cropsey

Taiwan has sought for decades to possess a submarine force to deter and defend itself against a possible PRC blockade or amphibious assault....

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