Surviving the High Seas: A Glimpse into Life During Maritime Warfare

Life at sea for seamen and navy sailors has never been easy, especially during maritime warfare. They face a plethora of challenges, including cramped living conditions, illnesses, substandard food and pay, and inclement weather. These challenges have been shared by sailors throughout history, from the early explorers to those who fought in modern wars like […]

Technological Advancement & Its Significant Impacts on Naval War Doctrine

Historically, the naval fleet or navy has traditionally been used as an instrument of conquest and colonial expansion. This concept can be seen in many maritime warfare novels written by non-fiction books authors describing the historical events that took place on the sea. Naval power has also been utilized as a political tool throughout history. […]

Maritime Warfare: Exploring The Major Events of the Falklands War

Traditionally, the sea has played a significant role in warfare, and it continues to do so, albeit to a limited extent, in conflicts after World War II. The most notable naval conflict was the Falklands/Malvinas conflict. Operations were also crucial during the Gulf War between Iraq and Iran, although to a lesser extent in the […]

Resiliency for Navy Sailors: How to Stay Strong in Challenging Times

Author and former Petty Officer in the Royal Navy David McDonald have written a phenomenal book that sheds light on building warrior toughness: “Two Battles Two Wars 1980-1982.” The book is based on the author’s experiences as a young navy sailor navigating through personal life tragedies while preparing for war. The story flips between life […]

Insight Into The History Of Falkland War & Conflict

The Falkland Islands, or Islas Malvinas, have been at the centre of a centuries-old conflict between Argentina and Britain. This small archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean has witnessed some of the fiercest battles in modern history, with the Falklands War of 1982 claiming the lives of over 900 people. David Mcdonald, a former navy […]