31 Aug '17, 11pm

"Build All-UAV Carriers", my take on the possibilities of naval UAV carriers, in Proceedings. @CNASdc

The Navy should develop a new class of carriers to exploit the combat power of unmanned aerial vehicles to fight and win the nation’s future battles. Expanding maritime threats, including China’s ambitious naval expansion, rising U.S. shipbuilding costs, and Congress’s reluctance to fund a significantly larger fleet, are increasing pressure on the U.S. Navy’s ability to protect the nation’s vital interests. 1 “More of the same” when it comes to naval power will not suffice. Only a disruptive application of technology—a force multiplier that will significantly change the way the United States projects air and maritime power—will allow the Navy to overcome these challenges. Fielding a new class of warships that can fully exploit the largely untapped combat potential of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) would go a long way toward answering the call. All-UAV aircraft carriers (c...

Full article: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2017-09/build-...

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#Singapore And #Japan Conduct Joint Feasibility Study For #LNG Car Carriers

#Singapore And #Japan Conduct Joint Feasibility...

marineinsight.com 28 Aug '17, 3pm

To promote LNG bunkering in Asia, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Ports and Harbours Bureau of ...