-The most ignored story of the year remains port security in the U.S., or the lack thereof.
-The most surprising story of the year was Russia sending warships to join NATO's antiterrorist patrol in the Mediterranean Sea. This is a concrete step in closer counter-terrorism cooperation between Russia and NATO...
-The quietest naval story of the year was the continued tracking, by coalition navies, of cargo ships belonging to Al Qaeda. What is on these ships, where are they going, and what has become of them?
Sunday, March 27, 2005
NOSI: Naval Year In Review A couple of highlights: