Author Archives: Merrick "Mac" Carey

50 Subs Not Enough For Navy Security Mission Article Published in the National Defense It has been argued that some of the major weapon systems developed during the Cold War have yet to demonstrate they remain relevant and are successfully adapting to the new threats to global security. [Read More...]
In the Old Dominion Resides the Heart of America’s Military Tradition Article Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch It’s remarkable how important Virginia remains to the nation’s military security and tradition. The lynchpin of Colonial America’s struggle against the British Empire, the focal point of the Civil War, and home to the [Read More...]
Redefining Undersea Warfare for A New Century Article Published in the Sea Power The beginning of the third millennium in the year 2000 also marks a centennial in the history of undersea warfare. It was in autumn of 1900 that the U.S. Navy commissioned its first submarine, [Read More...]
Letter to the Editor, Defense News To the Editor: George Seffers reports in the June 1 Defense News that the Army is planning to slash funding for modernization of its major combat vehicles. Elsewhere in the same issue, he discloses plans to cut back the Apache [Read More...]
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