They’re cheap, defensible, and punch above their weight in the right setting—what’s not to love?
by James Holmes | The National Interest
For the past five years or so these pixels have been arguing—nay, clamoring—for the U.S. Navy to build … Read More
But were easy to kill for one simple reason: they were noisy.
by David Axe | The National Interest
In 1969, the Soviet navy shocked the U.S. and NATO militaries with a new and incredibly capable submarine—one that could swim … Read More