Seawolf

16 Feb 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

VIA SOUTHFRONT.ORG Introduction Nuclear submarines are the leading strike force of a fleet, capable of covertly controlling the expanses of the world’s oceans and quickly deploying in the required directions.  They deliver unexpected and powerful strikes from the depths of the ocean on both sea and land targets.

16 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Via Southfront.org, Introduction Nuclear submarines are the leading strike force of a fleet, capable of covertly controlling the expanses of the world’s oceans and quickly deploying in the required directions.  They deliver unexpected and powerful strikes from the depths of the ocean on both sea and land targets. The main striking force of the Russian […]

16 Feb 19
NATION AND STATE

Via Southfront.org, Introduction Nuclear submarines are the leading strike force of a fleet, capable of covertly controlling the expanses of the world’s oceans and quickly deploying in the required directions.  They deliver unexpected and powerful strikes from the depths of the ocean on both sea and land targets. The main striking force of the Russian […]

16 Feb 19
WEATHER INTERNAL

Via Southfront.org,

Introduction

Nuclear submarines are the leading strike force of a fleet, capable of covertly controlling the expanses of the world’s oceans and quickly deploying in the required directions.  They deliver unexpected and powerful …

15 Feb 19
GNAC Men's Basketblog

AAAAAH, WE ONLY HAVE FIVE GAMES LEFT. Plus the conference tournament. Plus hopefully/theoretically major presence at the Regional, but more about that later. Not as exciting of a night as we were expecting, but regardless: Let’s talk about it. SFU 60 @ MSUB 83 It was close and it was molasses-y for the first half, […]

11 Feb 19
musicinplethora

It’s snowing in my city. In February, again. Up until a few years ago, this was a rarity. I guess it is becoming a norm with our climate changing. According to Trump, it is not global warming. Maybe if he tweets a belief or an alternative fact long enough, it will come true…or maybe it […]

10 Feb 19
GNAC Men's Basketblog

Helloooo. Apparently it’s not snowy at the WA/BC border, which is a little weird because it is snowy as all heck near Seattle. For the Alaskans/Montanans/Idahoans reading this: You don’t have hills nor a large population. Snow in Seattle SUCKS. Too many people, too many hills, too high of temperatures and so it’s all thaw-freeze-thaw-freeze […]

10 Feb 19
DAVID ARKWRIGHT 1 NAVY

UK’s Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) Underwater Electronic Warfare (UEW) Delivery Team (DT) is considering a “full technical refresh and modernisation” of the Magazine Torpedo Launch System (MTLS) Control System aboard eight Type 23 frigates in the Royal Navy fleet. The so-called technical refresh main goal is to resolve obsolescence. It would include the production […]

09 Feb 19
Russia News Now

…from SouthFront Introduction Nuclear submarines are the leading strike force of a fleet, capable of covertly controlling the expanses of the world’s oceans and quickly deploying in the required directions.  They deliver unexpected and powerful strikes from the depths of the ocean on both sea and land targets. The main striking force of the Russian […]

09 Feb 19
GNAC Men's Basketblog

Hooooly. This night was SO much fun. We were at home on the couch watching all five games simultaneously while attempting to do some knitting and… The knitting wasn’t going so well, but the games can be summarized as: AAAAAAAH!!!!!!!! Shout out to Saint Martin’s for looking out for our cardiovascular health. SMU 86 @ […]

06 Feb 19
Battle Machines

Zumwalt class was supposed to be the successor to the very potent Arleigh Burke class destroyer. It would further the bar of naval vessel capability beyond any system either testing or serving today. They went from that to having a 50km SAM only, a poor CIWS, no dedicated anti-ship capability onboard (we will discuss this), […]

03 Feb 19
GNAC Men's Basketblog

WHAAAAAT???????? Okay, one more time, for the people in the back: WHAAAAAAAAAAAT?????????????? So yesterday happened and somehow we were actually there to witness it. We went to UAA @ WOU and we were having a good time but it was a blow-out at halftime and WOU is the best-of-the-best at halftime adjustments, and so in […]

02 Feb 19
GNAC Men's Basketblog

Gooood… Afternoon. Post is up late because we’re sick and just couldn’t be arsed this morning, although last night was surprisingly interesting and so… Let’s talk about it. UAA 99 @ CU-PDX 94 in OT Wow. Insanely close game. Concordia continues to prove their scrappiness, but UAA continued to fight and got the win. On […]