Thanks to our incredible community, we have broken records in terms of content, reach, and partnerships. Project Trident, our two-year-long collaboration with leading maritime security organizations, has shined a much-needed spotlight on numerous issues in maritime security. Our Sea Control podcast has reinvigorated discussion of critical maritime security issues and naval history. Our new naval professional society, the Warfighting Flotilla, is rapidly growing and offering new ways for members to connect and converse. Together, we have built tremendous momentum for the future and sustained this vibrant forum.
At CIMSEC, we believe victory in the maritime domain starts with great ideas communicated compellingly — Write, Fight, Win. CIMSEC is proud to say that since our founding our content has been free and always will be. Especially as more websites build paywalls or pursue intrusive advertising, we hope those in the CIMSEC community who value our free, no-ad model will consider supporting us with monthly donations. Please donate to support our efforts and keep the conversation on maritime security as robust as possible.
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- To those who have donated, thank you!
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It is thanks to our community that CIMSEC has grown to be a vibrant forum for those who always keep a weather eye toward the horizon across the seas.
Together, we will #WriteFightWin.
Featured Image: SAN DIEGO (Dec. 19, 2007) The guided-missile destroyer USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) sits pier-side, ready for a judging panel’s inspection during the 2007 holiday ship decoration contest. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark A. Leonesio)