Recommended Blogs

Previously this list was in alphabetical order, but in hopes of making it more useful, I rearranged it. Coast Guard sites are listed first, then non-Coast Guard sites. Within those two groups the sites are arranged based on my perception of how active they are  in terms of the frequency with which new material is posted from most active to least, with my perception of how relevant it is to our readership thrown in as a fudge factor. 

MyCG

Coast Guard News

Acquisitions Directorate (CG-9)

RealClearDefense

Defense News

The Watch, USNORTHCOM magazine

Indo-Pacific Defense Forum, USINDOPACOM magazine

Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) “Next War Blog”

Naval News

Navy Recognition

Seapower Magazine (Navy League Publication)

U. S. Naval Institute News

U. S, Naval Institute Blog

U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings

Eaglespeak (great source for information on piracy)

MarineLink (Shipping/Marine Industry)

MarineLog (shipping industry and shipbuilding)

gCaptain (Shipping industry)

Dmitry Shulgin

Baird Maritime 

Cdr Salamander (Navy news)

Covert Shores (among other topics, drug subs and other craft used for smuggling)

Next Navy

The Drive/The Warzone 

 

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