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Air Power, Budgets and Finance, Carrier Strike Group, China, Civil-Military Relations, Combined Arms, Command & Control, Conflict Resolution, Cyberwarfare, Defence Engagement, Defence Industry, Defence Reviews, Deterrence, Diplomacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Dockyards & Ports, Engineering, Environment, Equipment Capability, Force Structure, Geopolitics, Geostrategy, Indo-Pacific, Industry, Institutions, Joint Expeditionary Force, Joint Forces, Joint Operations, Know your Enemy, Leadership, Learning From The Past, Maritime Reserves, Maritime Strategy, Maritime Trade, Ministry of Defence, National Defence, National Security, Naval Staff, Professional Military Education, Shaping The Future, The Art of Admirality
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Another Integrated Review is on the Horizon! Have your say….

14 Jun 24

Ed. As another Integrated Review (IR) is highly likely to take place after the General Election and the timetable needs to be speedy – I am keen to enable members to have their say via the Forum now.  A suitably edited extract will be passed on to the Naval Staff.

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Admiralty, Air Power, Amphibious Operations, Armed Forces, Combined Arms, Command & Control, Equipment Capability, Europe, From the Archive, Joint Operations, Leadership, Logistics, Maritime Strategy, Military History, Naval History, Naval Staff, Operational Planning, Royal Air Force, Sea Power, Second World War, Strategy, The Naval Review, Training, United States Navy
29 minutes, 48 seconds

Combined Operations in Hitler’s War – II

By H E Horan,
06 Jun 24

Ed. The third article from the NR archives in our series on Operation OVERLORD for the 80th Anniversary. The author considered the development of combined operations, logistics and equipment as background on the OVERLORD planning process. Originally published in January 1961 [49/1, p. 18]. A 30 minute read.

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Air Power, Book Reviews, Indo-Pacific, Joint Operations, Maritime Strategy, Naval Aviation, Naval History, Naval Tactics, Tactics, United States Navy
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Latest Book Review, 31 May 2024

31 May 24

BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a short book examining Japan’s kamikaze campaign during the final year of the Second World War, its effectiveness and the Allied response to it.

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Air Power, Amphibious Operations, Armed Forces, Combined Arms, Dockyards & Ports, Europe, From the Archive, General, Joint Forces, Joint Operations, Leadership, Logistics, Maritime Strategy, Naval Intelligence, Sea Power, Second World War, The Naval Review
17 minutes, 42 seconds

Account for the Success of the Allied Landings in Normandy, 6 June 1944

By Capt S P Lee RM,
30 May 24

Ed. The second article from the NR archives examining the preparations and planning for Operation OVERLORD, republished here for the 80th Anniversary. Originally published in January 2002 [90/1, p. 26]. A 20 minute read.

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Admiralty, Air Power, Amphibious Operations, Battle of the Atlantic, Combined Arms, Command & Control, Communications, Europe, From the Archive, General, Joint Operations, Leadership, Logistics, Maritime Strategy, Merchant Navy, Naval Gunfire Support, Naval History, Naval Warfare, Operational Art, Operational Planning, Sea Power, Second World War, The Naval Review
13 minutes, 12 seconds

‘The Greatest Amphibious Operation in History’ (and a great naval bombardment)

By Cdr Michael Chichester RN,
24 May 24

Ed. From our archives for the 80th Anniversary of D-Day, the Naval Review presents the first of a series of articles on Operation OVERLORD. This article, a retrospective on the preparations and naval bombardment from the perspective of Force E flagship HMS Belfast, was originally published in 1994 [82/2, p. 102], for the 50th Anniversary. A 15 minute read.

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40th Anniversary of the Falklands Conflict, Air Power, Armed Forces, Fleet Air Arm, General, Letters, Naval History, People, Service Culture, Tactics
1 minute, 11 seconds

Letter to the Editor: Sharkey Ward

By Lt Cdr Lester May RN (rtd),
21 May 24

Ed. Our correspondent celebrates Nigel David ‘Sharkey’ MacCartan-Ward, who knew the implications of combat in the modern environment.

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Admiralty, Air Power, Armed Forces, Blockade, Civil-Military Relations, Combined Arms, Command & Control, Convoy Operations, Diplomacy, Dockyards & Ports, Doctrine, Education, Engineering, Europe, First World War, General, Historiography, Leadership, Learning From The Past, Maritime Strategy, Military History, Naval Engineering, Naval History, Naval Intelligence, Naval Platforms, Naval Staff, Naval Warfare, Operational Research, People, Professional Military Education, Royal Australian Navy, Sea Power, Second World War, Service Culture, Strategy, Tactics, Technology, The Naval Review, Trade Interdiction and Protection, Training, United States Navy
50 minutes, 58 seconds

The Founders of The Naval Review

By Master Ned,
08 May 24

Ed. RAdm James Goldrick RAN provided the first chapter to the NR’s centenary publication, Dreadnought to Daring (2012), in which he conducted a prosopographical study of the Naval Review’s founders. A 50 minute read.

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Air Defence, Air Power, Amphibious Operations, Armed Forces, Autonomous Vehicles, Blockade, China, Cold War, Combined Arms, Communications, Conflict Resolution, Convoy Operations, Cyberwarfare, Deterrence, Diplomacy, Dockyards & Ports, Doctrine, Geostrategy, Hybrid Warfare, Indo-Pacific, Law, Leadership, Logistics, Maritime Strategy, Maritime Trade, National Defence, Naval Warfare, Operational Planning, Sea Power, Shaping The Future, Strategy, Trade Interdiction and Protection
9 minutes, 17 seconds

Taiwan: Thoughts on a Stated Chinese Intent

By Roger Plumtree,
30 Apr 24

Ed. Our correspondent considers some of the formidable challenges the PLAN would need to overcome to make an amphibious invasion of Taiwan a realistic proposition, and the long-term hybrid warfare alternatives to which the PRC may turn. A 10 minute read.

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Admiralty, Air Power, Combined Arms, General, Historiography, Joint Forces, Leadership, Letters, Military History, Naval Aviation, Naval History, Naval Tactics, Naval Warfare, People, Risk Management, Second World War, Service Culture, Tactics, The Naval Review
8 minutes, 53 seconds

Letter to the Editor: The Fate of Force Z

By Bruce Pascoe,
05 Apr 24

Ed. Bruce Pascoe responds to Arthur Nicholson, with specific regard to the enigma of Phillips’ decision-making and failure to radio for air support during the Malay oki kaisen.

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