All articles by Liam Stoker

  1. The world’s top nuclear submarines

    Shaped by previous disasters, economic concerns and universally accepted mandates such as the START II treaty, an increasing number of…
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    7 Jun
  2. At-sea simulation strategies

    When accuracy is king, first-hand experience of handling a weapon is pivotal and live-fire exercises are the tried and trusted…
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    16 Jun
  3. May’s top stories: Syria armed and South Korea watchful

    NAWCAD scientists develop new approach to enhance underwater imaging Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) engineers Dr Linda Mullen…
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    3 Jun
  4. April’s top stories: Abraham Lincoln set for overhaul, surveillance jellyfish tested

    USS Abraham Lincoln to undergo refuelling and complex overhaul Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) was awarded a $2.6bn cost-plus-incentive-fee contract by…
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    1 May
  5. Naval capabilities on the Korean Peninsula

    With threats from North Korea becoming increasingly belligerent and bellicose, the international community has responded in kind, making it clear…
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    14 Apr
  6. March’s top stories: further littoral boosts and Queen Elizabeth milestones

    US Navy funds additional littoral combat ships Lockheed Martin and Austal received contracts from the US Navy for the construction…
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    1 Apr
  7. February’s top stories: China’s Navy boosted and UK carrier edges closer

    INS Vikramaditya completes repairs and readies for sea trials INS Vikramaditya, the Indian Navy’s aircraft carrier, will enter further sea…
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    28 Feb
  8. January’s top stories: Yury Dolgoruky in service and Asia-Pacific disputes

    Russian Navy puts Borey-Class submarine into service The Russian Navy placed its first Borey-Class ballistic missile nuclear submarine, the Yury…
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    31 Jan
  9. A tall ask for small naval craft

    President Barack Obama’s election campaign quip about the US military no longer having as many horses and bayonets as it…
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    29 Jan
  10. Engine revolution – powering the next generation of naval vessels

    Relatively small and self-contained, readily scalable and with fundamentally straightforward maintenance requirements, gas turbine engines have a clear attraction for…
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    23 Jan
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