The Surface Navy Association is a nonprofit organization that advocates for surface naval forces. Its annual symposium near Washington, D.C., is designed to bring together members of the military, business and academic communities to discuss issues and challenges pertaining to naval surface warfare.
The 2020 conference is scheduled for Jan. 14 to 16.
2019 Highlights from the Show
Crews on littoral combat ships could soon be armed with powerful rounds that can blast hard-to-hit drones out of the sky.
If Iran can easily target U.S. installations in the Middle East with ballistic missiles, imagine what China could do.
The U.S. needs an integrated naval force that is prepared to take on China, Marine Commandant Gen. David Berger said.
The Coast Guard will wrap up a study examining why minority service members are leaving its ranks.
The carrier deployed in April 2019. Last week, the ship arrived in Hawaii before making its final trek to San Diego.
The Navy's new force structure assessment won't include new high-tech unmanned vessels the service has been testing.
Rep. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., says he will propose a resolution that the U.S. sign the Law of the Sea treaty.
The head of Naval Surface Forces says commanders are clamoring for the near-shore security vessels.
The Navy still doesn't know what to load in the Zumwalt's main weapon though it's only two years from being ready for battle.
In the wake of two deadly ship collisions, sailor fatigue was cited as a contributing factor to crucial errors.