The eagle vs. the bear…in the sky. by Dave Majumdar | The National Interest
The Boeing F-15C Eagle has been in service with the U.S. Air Force for nearly 40 years and will likely serve for decades to come. Over the years, the mighty F-15 has been upgraded to keep pace with evolving threats, but does the venerable Eagle still have what it takes to dominate the skies?…
Read the full article. They are cheaper and just as deadly. by Robert Farley Follow drfarls on TwitterL | The National Interest Key point: Air-Independent Propulsion is a reliable system, but America hasn’t built a diseal submarine since 1959. This is a mistake.
Over the past decade, air-independent propulsion (AIP) for submarines has spread rapidly around the world.…
Read the full article. And Russia and China took notice. by Kyle Mizok ami | The National Intere st Key point: The Skipjack-class was so successful that it became the basis for future submarine innovations.
The Skipjack-class submarines were arguably the first truly modern postwar submarines of the U.S.…
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Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: A1, A2, B2), Henry Grimes (tracks: A3, B1, B3)
Drums – Roy McCurdy
Piano – Paul Bley
Saxophone (Tenor) – Coleman Hawkins, Sonny Rollins
Recorded in RCA Victor’s Studio B, New York City.
July 15 (A1 – A2, B2) & July 18 (A3 – B1, B3), 1963
Painting – Freeman
Engineer – Mickey Crofford, Paul Goodman
Producer – George Avakian
A2 All The Things You Are
B1 Just Friends
B2 Lover Man
B3 At McKie’s
… Read the full article. They were not exactly top of the line–think massive safety issues. Mix that with nuclear power… by Sebastien Roblin | The National Interest Key point: The power of the November class’s reactors was bought at the price of safety and reliability.… Read the full article.