At the Commissioning of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Aircraft Carrier Baekdusan

By JD Work The cheers of the crowd were deafening as the sharp prow of the Baekdusan fast carrier (CVL) slid into the dark waters of the protected basin at Sinpo. The adulation may have even carried some genuine enthusiasm by those caught up in the sight of North Korea’s first aircraft carrier officially launching, … Continue reading At the Commissioning of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Aircraft Carrier Baekdusan

Tech Trends and the Navy-Marine Corps Team

By Christian Heller Soon after a new year, it is worth considering again the forecasts of futurists and the impacts their predictions may have on the naval services. Predictions about the future of war have often been inaccurate and sometimes detrimental to military institutions. For instance, H.G. Wells correctly predicted the emergence of aviation and … Continue reading Tech Trends and the Navy-Marine Corps Team

Short Story Fiction Week Concludes on CIMSEC

By Dmitry Filipoff Last week CIMSEC featured a dozen short stories submitted in response to our call for articles. Authors used fiction to explore national security topics and share engrossing narratives. From expansive Pacific conflicts to individuals making a decisive difference, these stories explored the technological, exhibited the unconventional, and envisioned the unthinkable. We thank … Continue reading Short Story Fiction Week Concludes on CIMSEC