The naval strategy of today has been merged with the general army strategy including the air and land warfare. It is constantly evolving, following the major changed in the world situation and the associated technologies are improving, accordingly. The present document contains a wealth of useful information for the people willing to be updated with all recent happenings in the field.

The book starts with the description of both maritime policy and naval strategy together with the changes, followed by the marine technology companies fueling the maritime business. The next chapter is dedicated to the cybersecurity in the Navy achieved through the network consolidation. The evaluation and operational tests of the marine aviation have also been covered. The book also addresses the official regulations released by the recognized regulatory bodies, for example the IMO BWM, i.e. "Ballast Water Management" convention.

In short, the content of this Special Report is dealing with all important aspects of the contemporary surface warfare and is therefore expected to be of great interest to the professionals in this industry; however, the content will also serve as a good guide to other readers as it has been compiled based on the valuable contributions provided by the world recognized specialists.

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This Almanac is dedicated to the people of all of the nations armed services. The volume starts with the message from the National President of the Navy League. One of the missions of the present entity is to advocate for the different sea services.

This is commonly done is various ways. Looking at the broad range of the existing military systems that are available to the sea services that have been detailed in the Almanac, the readers are expected to factor the applicable requirements of the Combatant Commanders and also make sure that the resources are readily available  to meet the above mentioned requirements. The first chapters of the volume are covering the corporate members, business associate members, and non-profit and government agency members of the organization, followed by a directory of the sea services.

The main part of the document is arranged in several major chapters covering the American Navy, including cruisers, aircraft carriers, surface crafts and submarines, command ships, destroyers and other types of vessels, navy fleet weapons and aircraft, command and control systems, various systems installed on board of the navy vessels, communication, automation, etc. USCG and Maritime Administration have been dealt with in the separate chapters and same approach was applied to the Flag Officers...

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