The Seventies
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U.S. Naval Institute News

  • Report to Congress on Navy Force Structure
    The following is the Dec. 6, 2021 Congressional Research Service report, Navy Force Structure and Shipbuilding Plans: Background and Issues for Congress. From the report The current and planned size and composition of the Navy, the annual rate of Navy ship procurement, the prospective affordability of the Navy’s shipbuilding plans, and the capacity of the […]
  • U.S., International Marines Duke it Out in the California Desert
    Marines of different nations battled it out in the desert, facing off recently in a five-day campaign that pitted technologically-skilled military forces against one another in a test of high-end conflict. The training exercise at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, Calif., wasn’t just about determining the victor. More so, the realistic […]
  • SECDEF Austin Warns of ‘Enormous’ Effects of Potential Year-Long Continuing Resolution
    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is warning Congress that an extended stopgap bill to keep the government funded would have “enormous” effects on the Pentagon. In a statement released Monday, Austin argued that a one-year CR would be equivalent to a budget decrease for Fiscal Year 2022. “While the short-term CR passed by Congress was a […]
  • Cyber Presence Operations Key to Pentagon’s Gray Zone Conflict with China
    Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday believes the best way to counter Chinese gray zone cyber operations is to “be in the way” as the Navy is by operating forward in the Indo-Pacific region. “I see the Chinese in the physical [domain], in the maritime,” a global commons, the CNO said Saturday at the […]
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