The second oldest battlefield of the world - the ocean - continues to evolve and now includes stealth technology and more advanced onboard systems.
Since the early days of sea-faring, the warship has maintained a presence on the battlefield. No more was this apparent than in the great battles fought throughout the "Age of Sail" between the various naval powers of Europe. With the arrival of the ironclad, the steel-clad warship followed, culminating in the battleship. Succeeding them were the aircraft carrier and submarine, which own the waters today. Our Naval Warfare section currently boasts over 1,000 individual entries covering fighting ships and attack submarines as well as logistically-minded, fleet support types spanning the early days of the ironclad and steam-and-sail propulsion to those vessels that will be encountered in some future campaign still to come.
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