The United States May Share Carrier Tech With India
Anyone who has been watching the United States try to pull off its much discussed “pivot” or “rebalance” to Asia knows one thing. The challenges of the day, from Russian moves in Eastern Europe and Syria to the threat of ISIS — or even just the steady stream of... Read more
The U.S. Pacific Fleet Is Short on Carriers
The U.S. Navy is facing a looming shortage of aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific and the Middle East this year. That could mean the contested waters around China, as well as the war against the ISIS terrorist group in Syria and Iraq, could be short-changed — going without... Read more
Watchdog Says ‘I Told You So’ About New Carrier Costs
The Government Accountability Office has slammed the U.S. Navy for badly managing its plans to buy new Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carriers. Too late to do anything about delays and soaring costs, the top government watchdog hopes the boondoggle will at least be a teachable moment. In 2009, Newport News... Read more
Everybody Relax About the U.S. Navy’s Persian Gulf ‘Carrier Gap’
The U.S. Navy has confirmed that the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently in the Persian Gulf, will pull out in the fall without an immediate replacement. This means there will be no American flattop in the economically and strategically critical body of water — a first since 2007... Read more

Ben Ho

Senior analyst with the Military Studies Programme of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.

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