Ed. As part of the Naval Review website refresh we have been exploring how AI might be of use…
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Ed. This essay argues that the Maritime Reserves (MR), despite a well understood requirement and being ideally situated to do so, are currently struggling to provide niche technical enablement to the RN. The author argues that reform of the current branch structure is necessary to allow the MR to make full use
of its nascent Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
expertise and excel in the provision of this much needed capability. A 10 minute read.
Ed. We are delighted to welcome back Sir Rob Fry to the Naval Review. In this article, the former Royal Marines General reflects on Russian military doctrine in the wake of the 2014 and 2022 invasions of Ukraine, and the questionable nature of their doctrinal conclusions. Originally published on ‘The Article’ website, 13 May 2022. (https://www.thearticle.com/inflection-point-russian-military-doctrine-and-the-war-in-ukraine). A 10 minute read.
Ed. This six-monthly round up surveys recent historical articles, lectures, and new original research in the field of naval history. It highlights areas that some readers may wish to examine further by pursuing the original articles and material. A 15 minute read.
Ed. The author surveys the first year of the Russia-Ukraine War, from the grand strategic to the tactical and technical, always keeping the maritime dimension in mind. The lessons of the war thus far are both revealing, in terms of the weakness of unilateral military responses to strategic problems, and disconcertingly familiar from the history of Russia-Ukraine relations. A 40 minute read.
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