Archived posts from category ‘Bryan William Jones’

21.07.09
Nuke Sub USS Toledo Cracks Up

by DAVID AXE The U.S. Navy has discovered a two-foot crack in the hull of the modernized Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Toledo. The boat recently completed a major upgrade in Virginia involving the installation of new computers and sensors. War Is Boring contributor Bryan William Jones spent several days on Toledo seeing first-hand the [...]

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02.06.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Eight

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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01.06.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Seven

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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31.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Six

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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30.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Five

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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29.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Four

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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28.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Three

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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26.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part Two

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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25.05.09
Sword of Freedom: USS Toledo Embark, Part One

Unseen and unheralded, the U.S. Navy’s roughly 50 nuclear attack submarines comprise the silent vanguard of our conventional naval power at sea. While speedy corvettes, shallow-water transports and aviation-capable amphibious ships are vital for exploiting the peace — that is, building new alliances and exporting security abroad — submarines are the most important ships for [...]

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