The Littoral Combat Ship (LCS)
- Virginia-class Submarine (SSN0. // Sea Power;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p16
Focuses on the Virginia-class nuclear-powered attack submarine for U.S. Navy. Unit procurement cost; Schedule for delivery; Components of the submarine.
- The DD(X) Multimission Surface Combatant. // Sea Power;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on the review of the latest version of the DD(X) capabilities descriptive document by Joint Requirements Oversight Council for the U.S. Navy. Completion of preliminary design and an acquisition strategy for DD(X); Characteristics of the new ship; Importance of the integrated power system.
- A NEW BREED OF U.S. NAVY WARSHIP. Peterson, Gordon I. // Naval Forces;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p58
Reports on the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program initiated by the U.S. Navy. Contract and budget background for the LCS; Designs competing for the LCS modularity and to deliver highly capable sea frames; Performance and maneuverability; Stealth and open architecture of the warship. INSETS:...
- Iran-linked Iraqi militia group threatens USS Cole, other U.S. ships. // Geo-Strategy Direct;3/26/2008, p7
The article reports on the threat of Basra-based Shi'ite militia, Hussein's Cry Brigades, that it would attack U.S. vessels in the northern Gulf unless the U.S. Navy withdrew its warships from the coast of Lebanon. On March 5, 2008, the militia warned that the U.S. Navy would have several days...
- OPTIMAL MANNING. Kreisher, Otto // Naval Forces;Special Issue 2005, Vol. 26, p80
This article discusses various issues related to the Optimal Manning Program of the U.S. Navy. In an effort to cut its most expensive budget item, the U.S. Navy is making small reductions in the crews of its current ships and is planning for a new generation of warships with dramatically smaller...
- US warships take part in Turkish exercises. // Journal of Turkish Weekly;11/9/2015, p1
The article reports on the joint military exercise of the U.S. warships with Turkey military. According to statement issued by Turkey's foreign ministry, U.S. warships will remain in the eastern Mediterranean as part of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) agreement. It also mentions that...
- Historic Fleets. Baker III, A.D. // Naval History;Oct2000, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p10
Features historic fleets of the United States Navy. Three different type designations and hull numbers of the passenger ship, St. John; Involvement of St. John in World War II; Modifications made on Antaeus; Hull number of Antaeus; Accessories of the naval ships.
- Tomorrow's fleet. Truver, Scott C. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan1999, Vol. 125 Issue 1, p83
Takes a look at the warship, USS Harry S. Truman. Fleet force levels for fiscal year 1999; Surface combat force level; Electromagnetic aircraft launching system; Theater Ballistic Missile Defense programs of the United States Navy.
- The Army's FLOATING BRIGADE. Harding, Steve // Soldiers;Nov2002, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p24
Describes vessels of the U.S. Navy which are collectively known as the Afloat Prepositioning Ships Squadron 4 (APSRON 4). Establishment of APSRON 4 and its basing at Diego Garcia; Construction of the APSRON 4 around a class of advanced cargo ships known as Large, Medium Speed, Roll-on/roll-off...