Sea Control 153: USS Constitution with Angry Staff Officer and Dr. Claude Berube

By Jared Samuelson Jared Samuelson (@jwsc03) has to rein in Angry Staff Officer (@pptsapper) before he goes off on a tangent about colonial history, Claude Berube (@cgberube) goes deep on American frigate design, and everyone agrees the Navy is cooler than the Army and Marine Corps “history” requiring quotation marks. Sea Control 153: USS Constitution … Continue reading Sea Control 153: USS Constitution with Angry Staff Officer and Dr. Claude Berube

Sea Control 93 – Warrior Writers with Claude Berube

We discuss the Warrior Writers exhibit at the USNA Museum with Director Claude Berube. We also take some time out to discuss his new book, Syren’s Song – second in the Connor Stark Series.   DOWNLOAD: Warrior Writers CIMSEC content is and always will be free; consider a voluntary monthly donation to offset our operational … Continue reading Sea Control 93 – Warrior Writers with Claude Berube

Sea Control 206 – The Cod Wars with Will Reynolds and Walker Mills

By Jared Samuelson Will Reynolds and Walker Mills join the podcast to discuss the Cod Wars, the mid-20th century showdown pitting the might of the Royal Navy against Icelandic fishermen. They recount the events of each confrontation and what lessons can be learned today about leverage. Download Sea Control 206 – The Cod Wars with … Continue reading Sea Control 206 – The Cod Wars with Will Reynolds and Walker Mills

Illegal Fishing in the South Pacific: What Can the Chilean Navy Do?

Regional Strategies Topic Week By Francisco Martinez The Chilean Navy is more than just a national warfighting force aimed at conventional deterrence. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, fires, and tsunamis are all examples of natural disasters that Chile faces in which the Navy is one of the first to provide support. Along with disaster relief and safeguarding … Continue reading Illegal Fishing in the South Pacific: What Can the Chilean Navy Do?