The Arab Weekly makes a fair point in this article about how Israeli attacks on Iranian shipping reveal that Iran is incapable of confronting Israel directly.

There are limits to a right to protest. Breaking into a nuclear submarine base got this protester a 21-month prison term. Good.

Watch the Littoral Combat Ship, USS Charleston live-fire a SeaRAM missile. This may not seem like a big deal but the ability to bolt on an integrated air and missile defense system to the LCS class ships is one of the things their design was intended for. Like a swiss army knife, it has the ability to quickly reconfigure itself for special missions.

The USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group and the USS Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group conduct exercises in the South China Sea. China responds by scrambling its small carrier to the area while being monitored by the Navy Destroyer, USS Mustin.

Canada’s Special Forces acting in a supporting role to Iraqi forces in a major anti-ISIS raid last month shows that NATO countries are stepping back from a direct role in combat operations as is the U.S. is doing.

U.S. Navy lets India know that its excessive claims of asserting exclusive economic zones (EEZs) into international waters won’t be tolerated by us any more than China’s assertions are.

The words “single-handedly” sure seem to go along with receiving the Medal of Honor.

In an escalation of tensions, the British Army has sent eight members of their Special Reconnaissance Regiment to assist MI-5 in quelling IRA violence in Belfast Ireland.