International Maritime Satire Week II

Gilbert and Sullivan knew a juicy subject when they saw one.
Gilbert and Sullivan knew a juicy subject when they saw one.

Following slowly on the heels of 2012’s successful International Maritime Satire Week we decided that, bereft of original ideas, we’d do it again! As with our first batch, please note that these are pieces of fiction intended to elicit insight through the use of satire and written by those who do not make a living being funny – so they’re not serious and there’s a good chance they won’t be funny. You’ve been warned.

Here’s the articles:

No Deadliest Catch 10th Season; Spin-Off Set for Somalia
U.S. Navy Releases New Maritime Strategy: Swivel to Africa
– China Signs 10-Year Contract to “Ignore” LCS
– An International Guide to Drone Vocabulary
Survivor: Nikumaroro Island
Giant Hand Development Woes Threaten USS Gerald Ford Timeline
Godspeed Liaoning!
 Industrial Accident at U.S. Naval War College: RI Declares State of Emergency
Navy Announces E-2D Will No Longer Employ Most Important Capability
U.S. Marine [Expletive] No One Realizes He’s the [Expletive]
– U.S. Navy Abandons Anti-Submarine Warfare
– Iran Claims to Have Reverse-Engineered Amazon Drone
– Hasbro Announces Reboot of “Battleship”
Sub Officers Jealous Air Force Missileers Get to Have All the Fun
U.S. Navy Hosts 4th Annual Pivot to Asia Gala

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