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Blogs about Military

9 blogs about Military.

  1. Airminded
    “Airpower and British society, 1908-1941 (mostly).” By Brett Holman. 🇦🇺

    You wouldn’t read about it
    Would you? It's the summer of 1935.1 You're at Croydon Airport, waiting to board an Imperial Airways flight to Paris. But you were in a rush this morning, and you forgot to bring something to …
    By Brett Holman, 479 words

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  2. Corporal Frisk
    “Finnish blogger in reserve, defence and national security.” By Robin Häggblom. 🇫🇮

    Leopard 1A5 – See first, shoot first (and then what?)
    The news that Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands will join forces to supply 100 Leopard1A5 is good news for Ukraine. That is the case even if it is significantly older than the Leopard 2A6 and …
    By Corporal Frisk, 1,516 words

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  3. From Balloons to Drones – Articles
    “Air Power throughout the Ages.” By Ross Mahoney, et al.

    Hulls, Hydrofoils, and Float Tests in the NACA Tanks, 1915 to 1945
    By Jay Shaw Since the establishment of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) in 1915, it had worked closely with the United States Navy. Not only had the US Navy partnered with NACA, but …
    By Ross, 3,929 words

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  4. Great War Fiction
    By George Simmers. 🇬🇧

    The War and the Novelists: a talk in Sheffield
    I shall be giving a talk in Sheffield on January 30th, on The War and the Novelists, looking at how writers of fiction responded to the Great War, both during theactual war years, and in …
    By George Simmers, 542 words

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  5. Hush-Kit
    “The alternative aviation magazine.” By Joe Coles.

    Interview with Cold War Saab Draken pilot
    A masterpiece of fighter design, the Saab Draken was a sleek flying dagger designed for the defence of Sweden. Long before the MiG-29 made it world famous, the Draken was capable of the alarming Cobra …
    By Hush Kit, 63 words

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  6. The Invasion Network
    “Established to encourage collaboration between researchers working under the broad theme of invasion, with a particular focus on British invasion fears in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.” By Dustin Risner, Ailise Bulfin. 🇬🇧 🇮🇪

    Conference Report for ‘Britain Afraid: Imperial Insecurities and National Fears, 1798- 1945’
    SUMMARY OF THE PAPERS Conference report for ‘Britain Afraid: Imperial Insecurities and National Fears, 1798-1945’, organised by Dr James Crossland and hosted by Liverpool John MooresUniversity in collaboration with the Invasion Network, 21–22 June 2022 …
    By theinvasionnetwork, 70 words

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  7. Mark R. Stoneman
    “Independent editor, translator, and historian.” 🇺🇸

    Snowy Trees
    Snow-covered trees with a moon behind them in Center Conway, NH, on the evening of January 6, 2023. The slightly visible lines in the sky are a light wintry mix of precipitation. Photo by author. …
    By Mark R. Stoneman, 47 words

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  8. Restricted Data: The Nuclear Secrecy Blog
    By Alex Wellerstein. 🇺🇸

    Oppenheimer: Vacated but not Vindicated
    One of the sleeper news items of last week was that the Department of Energy officially vacated the Atomic Energy Commission decision that stripped J. Robert Oppenheimer of his security clearance in 1954. It did …
    By Alex Wellerstein, 2,447 words

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  9. War and Security
    “History of war and current national security issues.” By Martin Gibson. 🇬🇧

    It’s Like the First World War…If We kill them, they’re just replaced
    The war between Russian and Ukraine features hi-tech weaponry such as missiles, aircraft, tanks and drones but for many front line infantrymen, iconditions are similar to those of the the First World War Click on …
    By Martin Gibson, 257 words

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