By Jared Samuelson
How does South America’s largest, most populous country view its maritime interests? What treaties and agreements govern its relations with its neighbors in the maritime domain? What are the Brazilian Navy’s current commitments and aspirations? Perhaps most importantly, who won the lobster war?! Hear the answers to these questions and more as Brazilian scholar Andrea Resende joins the podcast to discuss Brazilian maritime security concerns!
Download Sea Control 188 – Brazilian Maritime Security with Andrea Resende
By Alex Clarke
Howdy, it’s once again come to pass, another historically informed maritime current events podcast is inbound!
The Bilge Pumps is where three naval geeks who enjoy being monitored by the Russians (judging by the number of blonde ladies we don’t know who keep wanting to befriend us on Facebook whilst their embassy keep tagging us in photos – anyway listen and decide for yourself) have a chat about the world.
So what is episode four about? Well the #Bilgepumps team are talking about the history of aircraft carriers and which new frigate design looks like someone has smashed the head of a cylon and a clone trooper’s helmet together.
#Bilgepumps is a new series and new avenue, although it may no longer have the new car smell, in fact more of pinnaple/irn bru smell – but so far we are getting the impression it’s liked. Going forward, we’d very much appreciate any comments, topic suggestions, or ideas to be tweeted to the Bilgepump crew (with #Bilgepump) at Alex (@AC_NavalHistory), Drach (@Drachinifel), and Jamie (@Armouredcarrier). Or you can comment on our Youtube channels (listed down below).
The Bilge Pumps 4 – Aircraft Carriers and Brand New Frigates
Alex Clarke is the producer of The Bilge Pumps podcast.
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By Jared Samuelson
Navy Pier, Midway and O’Hare airports, the U.S. Navy’s Recruit Training Command, the Illinois Naval Militia (of captured Spanish ships!), paddlewheel aircraft carriers and more! New CIMSEC Chicago Chapter President Akshat Patel and Dr. Ted Karamanski join the program to discuss the new Chicago CIMSEC chapter and the city’s incredible maritime history.
Download Sea Control 187 – Why Chicago with Akshat Patel and Dr. Ted Karamanski
1. Mastering the Inland Sea
2. Chicago Maritime Museum
3. Chicago Maritime Museum Recovery Fund
Jared Samuelson is the Senior Producer of the Sea Control podcast. Contact him at email@example.com.