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. Bryant’s Maritime Consulting has been moved up between the Coast Guard sites and the Non-CG sites because of the high degree of Coast Guard content.

Coast Guard Compass, Official Blog of the U. S. Coast Guard

Coast Guard News

Coast Guard Acquisitions Directorate (CG-9)

Coast Guard News  (Stories from “Coast Guard News” repackaged)

Bryant’s Maritime Consulting

RealClearDefense

Defense News

Marine Forum (maritime news from a German Source) (No updates on weekends or German holidays)

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

Navy Recognition

MarineLink (Shipping/Marine Industry)

MarineLog (shipping industry and shipbuilding)

gCaptain (Shipping industry)

U. S, Naval Institute Blog

U. S. Naval Institute News

Eaglespeak (great source for information on piracy)

Inactive Blogs–These sites have either been inactive for several months or appear broken. I will put them back on the active list when they publish new material.

National Cuttermen Association Chapter, Surface Navy Association (This one actually seems to be broken–I keep getting a Server Error message.)

Baird Maritime

Naval Science and Technology, “Future Force” (This is a quarterly on line magazine)

 

 

 

 

 

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