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Friday, 6 January 2017

Existing and Future Naval Analyses for 2017-18

In the following image, I have included all those warships or classes that I have analyzed until today (in black font), after approximately two years and six months from the creation of this blog, as well as the articles I am currently working on (in blue font) in order to publish them this year and the first months of the next one. I just hope for one thing only: to have enough free time and therefore to be more productive than 2016 (which by the way I had very limited amount of time). This year my main goal is to analyze more Russian and Asian designs and also for the first time I am planning to write a detailed article about a battleship or a class of battleships. Of course, there will be posts about Fleets, Infographics, History, Facts & Trivia and Photo Galleries, etc. too. So, go ahead, take a careful look at the following picture and feel free to propose adjustments and suggestions or even anything you would like to read about such as your favorite class or warship of the past! I thank you all for your constant support!

Existing and future analyses for 2017-18. High resolution image here.

8 comments:

  1. Hi! I am interested in F100 spanish frigates and also could be interesting a european navys comparative.

    Regards!

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    1. Hello Valthaer! You mean a comparison among the European navies? This has been already done in an indirect way through the Naval Forces (see the chart about EU) and through the major European surface combatant fleets. If I will take into account the ballistic missile submarines, then automatically France and United Kingdom have the most powerful navies. If I will not take into account the SSBNs, then again with their nuclear-powered submarines are the most powerful navies and Italy (perhaps) comes second.

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  2. Hello D-Mitch! Perfect, thanks for the info and great summary!

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    1. My pleasure. I hope I will manage to write all those analyses :-p

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  3. Nice!

    the american burke and ticonderoga? a pity you won't analyze them

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    1. He he! I will analyze them but not his year during this year I believe. I have an ambitious (and difficult) plan as you can see and I hope I will manage to execute it well.

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  4. Hey nice Blog. I agree with the original post. The F100 Navantia "Hobart Class" is the most recent variant in this AEGIS category destroyer. Interesting that this ship has undergone renewed design as the F-5000 ASW variant recently provided as a tender submission for the Australian government nine ship build. Still keeps a 48 cell VLS. Anyways. Great work even if you don't include the F100.

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    1. Thank you for your kind word. Perhaps I will include Hobart class as well. Till now I do not follow exactly the plan (see Nampo class for example).

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