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By Walker Mills Admiral James Stavridis (ret.) and Elliot Ackerman join the program to discuss their new book, War in 2034: A Novel of the Next War, about a future war between the United States and China. The conversation is far-ranging and covers not only their book but other great reads, their writing process, U.S.-Latin … Continue reading Sea Co…
 
Links 1. War in 2034: A Novel of the Next War, by James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman, Penguin Press, 2021. 2. Partnership for the Americas: Western Hemisphere Strategy and U.S. Southern Command, by James Stavridis, National Defense University Press, 2010. 3. The Bedford Incident, by Mark Raskovich, Thunderchild Publishing (reprint, 2016). 4. Desti…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Guillermo Ortuño Crespo and Andrea Galassi join the show for a wide-ranging discussion on fisheries management, the difficulties caused by decades-old policy instruments, the increasing industrialization of the fishing industries, and potential management solutions for the future. Download Sea Control 246 – Beyond Static Spat…
 
Links 1. "Beyond static spatial management: Scientific and legal considerations for dynamic management in the high seas," by Guillermo Ortuño Crespo et al, Marine Policy, Vol. 122, December 2020. 2. "An ocean of surprises - Trends in human use, unexpected dynamics and governance and challenges in areas beyond national jurisdiction," by Andrew Merri…
 
By Jared Samuelson In late 2020, the RAND Corporation published the first of what should eventually be a series of studies on command and control in the U.S. and Chinese navies, “Command and Control in U.S. Naval Competition with China.” One of its authors, Andrew Scobell, joins the program to compare and contrast the philosophies … Continue readin…
 
By Jon Frerichs Dr. Liz Buchanan rejoins the podcast alongside Troy Bouffard to discuss NATO, NORTHCOM, and NORAD’s differing roles in the Arctic and the challenge of establishing an Arctic security institution. Download Sea Control 244 – Establishing an Arctic Security Institution with Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan and Troy Bouffard Links 1. “Establishin…
 
By Jon Frerichs Tania Latici joins the podcast to discuss her report published by the European Parliamentary Research Service, “Charting a Course Through Stormy Waters: The EU as a Maritime Security Actor.” She enlightens us regarding the role that the EU plays in maritime security affairs both at home and abroad. EU naval forces, complimentary … C…
 
By Jared Samuelson Author Dr. Ryan Wadle joins the podcast alongside the Navy’s Vice Chief Information Officer, Rear Admiral Paula Dunn, to discuss his book, Selling Seapower: Publication Relations and the U.S. Navy 1917-1941, the Navy’s relationship with the public, the press, and parallels to today. Sea Control 242 – Selling Seapower with Dr. Rya…
 
Links 1. Selling Seapower: Public Relations and the U.S. Navy 1917-1941, by Dr. Ryan Wadle, OU Press, 2019. 2.Testing American Sea Power: U.S. Navy Strategic Exercises, 1923-1940, by Craig C. Felker, Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History, 2013. 3. To Train the Fleet for War: The U.S. Navy Fleet Problems, 1923-1940, by Albert Nofi, Nav…
 
By Andrea Howard John Kroger joins the show to discuss his time as the Navy’s first Chief Learning Officer and what he sees as the future of Navy and Marine Corps education. Download Sea Control 241 – The Future of Navy and Marine Corps Learning with John Kroger Andrea Howard is Co-Host of the Sea … Continue reading Sea Control 241 – The Future of …
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Sal Mercogliano joins us to discuss what happened with Ever Given, the impact of blocking the Suez Canal, details of the salvage operation, the complexities of modern logistics, and his favorite memes! Download Sea Control 240 – Ever Given: The Ship That Launched 1,000 Memes with Dr. Sal Mercogliano Links 1. Dr. … Continue re…
 
Links 1. Dr. Sal Mercogliano's Youtube Series on Ever Given 2. "Adrift: COVID-19 and the Safety of Seafarers", by Joshua Tallis, Cornell Overfield, Kevin Inks & Cherie Rosenblum, Center for Naval Analyses, October 2020. 3. "CSCL Indian Ocean finally refloated after running aground in the Elbe," by Mike Wackett, The Loadstar, September 2, 2016.…
 
By Walker Mills Dr. BJ Armstrong, a professor of naval history at the United States Naval Academy, joins the program to discuss his recent article, “Things Done By Halves: Observations from America’s First Great Power Competition,” in the Naval War College Review. He also discusses his recent book Small Boats and Daring Men: Maritime Raiding, … Con…
 
Links 1. 21st Century Mahan: Sound Conclusions for the Modern Era, by BJ Armstrong, Naval Institute Press, 2013. 2. 21st Century Sims: Innovation, Education and Leadership for the Modern Era, by BJ Armstrong, Naval Institute Press, 2015. 3. Small Boats and Daring Men: Maritime Raiding, Irregular Warfare, and the Early American Navy, by BJ Armstrong…
 
By Jon Frerichs Joslyn Fleming and Dr. Jonathan Wong join the podcast to discuss their report published by RAND entitled “Equipping the 21st Century Marine Corps: Alternative Equipping Strategies for Task Organized Units.” The group discusses the problem they were tasked to solve and the alternative equipping strategies that emerged – an area that …
 
By Jared Samuelson Zachary Haver and Dr. Ketian Zhang come aboard to discuss Sansha City’s role in the South China Sea, to include the city’s missions, how it is organized, ongoing habitability initiatives, and its relationship with the Chinese military and maritime law enforcement. Download Sea Control 237 – Sansha City in China’s South China … Co…
 
Links: China Maritime Report No. 12: Sansha City in China's South China Sea Strategy: Building a System of Administrative Control, by Zachary Haver, CMSI China Maritime Reports, China Maritime Studies Institute, January 2021. KetianZhang.comBy Jared Samuelson, Zachary Haver, Dr. Ketian Zhang
 
By Jared Samuelson We have an all-star cast to discuss (and SING!) some sea shanties! Two of the faces of the Shantytok movement, Frank and Promise Uzowulu, join us to discuss how they discovered sea shanties and why they appreciate the genre. Craig Edwards breaks down the history of the shanty, and John Bromley and … Continue reading Sea Control 2…
 
Links (In this instance, simply a list of Sea Shanties I enjoy): 1. Bully in the Alley 2. Santiana 3. The Wellerman (featuring Promise & Frank Uzuwolu) 4. Go to Sea No More 5. Row Me Bully Boys 6. Barrett's Privateers 7. The Longest Johns Play Sea of Thieves 8. FiddleCraig.comBy Jared Samuelson, John Bromley, Promise Uzowulu, Craig Edwards, Frank Uzowulu
 
By Jared Samuelson Commander Peter Sproule and Rear Admiral Brian Santarpia join the podcast to discuss Peter’s award-winning article in the Canadian Naval Review, “Canada and the Fourth Battle of the Atlantic.” The group discusses the evolution of the Royal Canadian Navy, command-and-control challenges protecting the supply line to Europe, what Ca…
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Chulanee Attanayake and Dr. Jivanta Schottli, editor and contributor to the book Maritime Sri Lanka, respectively, join the program. They discuss the increased importance of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka’s growing role in the region, the island’s strategic hedging strategy, and how it is balancing Indian, Chinese, and American …
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Ian Speller joins the podcast to discuss the development of British amphibious capability leading up to World War II, operations during the war, and the evolution of the capability during the Cold War. Download Sea Control 233 – Development and Evolution of British Amphibious Capabilities with Dr. Ian Speller Links 1. “Neithe…
 
Links 1. "Neither Fish Nor Fowl Nor Yet Good Red Herring" - Joint Institutions, Single-Service Priorities, and Amphibious Capabilities in Postwar Britain, Dr. Ian Speller, U.S. Naval War College Review, 2020 Vol. 73, Nr. 4 (7). 2. Sea Control 189 - Amphibious Operations in the French & Indian War with Dr. TJ Linzy. 3.The Ambassadors: America's Dipl…
 
By Anna McNeil Dr. Aurelio Insisa and Dr. Giulio Pugliese discuss geopolitics, regional strategies, and port infrastructure investment as seen in their article, “The Free and Open Indo-Pacific versus the Belt and Road: Spheres of Influence and Sino-Japanese relations.” Download Sea Control 232 – Free & Open Indo-Pacific vs. Belt and Road Links 1. “…
 
Links 1. “The Free and Open Indo-Pacific versus the Belt and Road: Spheres of Influence and Sino-Japanese Relations," by Giulio Pugliese, Aurelio Insisa, Pacific Review, December 23, 2020. 2. “Sino-Japanese Power Politics: Might, Money and Minds,” by Giulio Pugliese, Aurelio Insisa, Palgrave MacMillan, 2018. 3. “Commitment by Presence: Naval diplom…
 
By Andrea Howard Dr. Ian Bowers and Dr. Sarah Kirchberger join Sea Control to discuss how Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies might disrupt sea control and ultimately integrate into international navies. Note from the producers: During our recent site migration, we became aware there are two separate “feeds” for the Sea Control podcast. We ha…
 
Links: 1. "Not So Disruptive After All: The 4IR, Navies and the Search for Sea Control," Dr. Ian Bowers and Dr. Sarah Kirchberger, Nov. 25, 2020 2. "Advancing Autonomous Systems: An Analysis of Current and Future Technology for Unmanned Maritime Vehicles," Bradley Martin, Danielle Tarraf, Thomas Whitmore, Jacob DeWeese, Cedric Kenney, Jon Schmid, a…
 
By Walker Mills Scott Craig and Bert Macesker join the show to talk about the United State’s Coast Guard’s R&D efforts. Scott is the Air Domain Lead for the U.S. Coast Guard’s office of Research, Development, Test and Evaluation. Bert is the Executive Director of the Coast Guard’s Research and Development Center in New London, … Continue reading Se…
 
Links “Leveraging Unmanned Systems for Coast Guard Missions: A Strategic Imperative,” by The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine - Transportation Research Board, (2020). “Coast Guard Begins At-Sea Testing of Unmanned Surface Vehicles to Tackle Illegal Fishing, Crime,” by Megan Eckstein, USNI News (October 15, 2020). “Indonesian…
 
By Alex Clarke Hello everyone! This is the first of our users’ submissions to air. Originally due to the number of people involved, it was thought to be one of the hardest episodes to organize, but it came together remarkably quickly. For that we have to thank the three members of the Section 22 research … Continue reading Bilge Pumps Episode 38: S…
 
By Alex Clarke So last week, in the Long War discussion of Episode 36, we chatted for a small amount of time, as the Bilge Pumps crew is want to do, about applying the age of sail rating system to modern ships. Someone may have mentioned that the Daring-class are fourth rate under those terms … Continue reading Bilge Pumps Episode 37: Rating Ships …
 
By Jared Samuelson Author Ian W. Toll joins me this week to discuss what makes the Navy such a compelling topic, the writing process, his most recent work, Twilight of the Gods, and his trilogy on the Pacific War. Sea Control 229 – Author Ian W. Toll, Six Frigates and the Pacific Trilogy Links 1. … Continue reading Sea Control 229 – Author Ian W. T…
 
Links 1. Six Frigates: The Epic History of the Founding of the U.S. Navy, Ian W. Toll, W. W. Norton & Company, 2008. 2. Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941–1942, Ian W. Toll, W. W. Norton & Company, 2012. 3. The Conquering Tide: War in the Pacific Islands, 1942–1944, Ian W. Toll, W. W. Norton & Company, 2016. 4. Twilight of the Gods: …
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Jerry Hendrix, fresh off publication of his new book, To Provide and Maintain a Navy, joins me to discuss the differences between a seapower and sea power, the free sea, and his recommendations for the Navy’s future. Sea Control 228 – To Provide & Maintain a Navy with Dr. Jerry Hendrix … Continue reading Sea Control 228 – To …
 
Links: 1. To Provide & Maintain a Navy by Henry J. Hendrix, Dec. 19, 2020. 2. Buy Fords Not Ferraris, by Commander Jerry Hendrix, Proceedings, April 2009. 3. Seapower States: Maritime Culture, Continental Empires, and the Conflict that Made the Modern World, by Prof. Andrew Lambert, Nov 27, 2018. 4. At What Cost a Carrier, by Jerry Hendrix, CNAS, M…
 
By Alex Clarke After Episode 35, we decided to go full Long War and it has brought out the vocabulary in all of us…plus Valentines tips! (Posting after the fact of course due to the CIMSEC server migration). #Bilgepumps is still a newish series and new avenue, which may no longer boast the new car … Continue reading Bilge Pumps 36: The Long War and…
 
By Alex Clarke Dear all, for this Bilge Pumps we once more must apologize in advance for the amount of, this time, British in this podcast. We are on the topic of the Long War and of a couple of Alex and Drach’s particular passion topics, for example command culture and why it needs to … Continue reading Bilge Pumps 35: Crew, Command, and Combat…or…
 
By Walker Mills Walker Mills talks with Dr. Sharika Crawford from the United States Naval Academy about her new book, The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean: Waterscapes of Labor, Conservation and Boundary Making. The conversation covers the Caribbean, turtle fishing, rum running, maritime disputes, and how borders at sea get made. Sea Control 227 – ……
 
By Jared Samuelson Dr. Ed Erickson and Dr. Mesut Uyar join the program to discuss the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, including the planning considerations and preparations necessary to execute a simultaneous amphibious and airborne assault. Download Sea Control 226 – Phase Line Attila with Dr. Ed Erickson & Dr. Mesut Uyar Links 1. Phase … Cont…
 
The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean: Waterscapes of Labor, Conservation and Boundary Making, by Sharika Crawford, University of North Carolina Press (2020). Sea Control 206: The Cod Wars with Will Reynolds and Walker Mills, CIMSEC (October 11, 2020) “The Cod Wars Today: Lessons from an Almost War,” by Walker Mills, CIMSEC (July 28, 2020). Sea Contr…
 
By Walker Mills Sea Control 225 – Claude Berube joins Sea Control host Walker Mills for a conversation on the Sea Shepherd organization, IUU fishing and private approaches to maritime security. Claude discusses his recent report for the US Naval War College on the evolution of the Sea Shepherd organization from an “eco-vigilante” to a … Continue re…
 
Links 1. “Sea Control 153 – USS Constitution with Angry Staff Officer and Dr. Claude Berube,” Claude Berube, Angry Staff Officer with Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC (2020). 2. “Sea Control 156 – Sink the Montana!,” Claude Berube with Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC (2020). 3. The Preble Hall Podcast by the USNA Museum. 4. Maritime Private Security: Market Respons…
 
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