It’s fascinating to think about the evolution of naval warfare. Once upon a time, our ancestors harnessed the wind in their sails and set out in wooden ships across the open ocean, uncharted, unknown. 

They were adventurers. Explorers. Warriors. Their vessels were simple but effective. Just like the old street hustlers, making do with what they had.

As time went on, the game changed. More prominent players stepped onto the scene. Galleons. Frigates. Ships of the line. Each one was more advanced than the last. It was like watching the rise of the Mafia. Every new technology is a power play, a statement.

And now? Now we’ve got nuclear submarines, silent and deadly, prowling the ocean’s depths. Talk about a power move.