Michael Fabey

Naval Editor, Aviation Week Intelligence Network

Posts by Michael Fabey

in Ares Aug 18, 2014

NavWeek: Chiming In On China

China ship trip observations are stirring up some feelings on the Asian giant's intentions....More
in Ares Aug 05, 2014

NavWeek: Reagan’s Run

It would be nearly impossible to steal even a wink of sleep in the stateroom of CVN 76 Ronald Reagan during nighttime air ops in the middle of the....More
in Ares Jul 16, 2014

NavWeek: China Whirl

This was all brand new – the first time a Chinese warship would be participating in the Rim of the Pacific (Rimpac) exercise, and thus the first time....More
in Ares Jul 01, 2014

NavWeek: Speed Quest

As the U.S. Navy revisits many of the requirements for its Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), it’s certainly time to reconsider the vessel’s need-for-speed....More
in Ares Jun 24, 2014

NavWeek: Done Deeds

In its recent denial of industry protests over the U.S. Coast Guard’s Offshore Patrol Cutter design contracts, the U.S. Government Accountability....More
in Ares Jun 17, 2014

NavWeek: Make Way For the LCSG

With only about a month to respond to the U.S. Navy’s requests for information for the Littoral Combat Ship–Next, the pressure is on the service and....More
in Ares Jun 10, 2014

NavWeek: Ballad of the Traveling Gun

The DDG 1000 Zumwalt destroyer is meant to roam the West – the Western Pacific, that is, to add some muscle to the mindset of the Asia-Pacific pivot....More
in Ares May 29, 2014

NavWeek: The Time of the Ancient Mariner (Part 2)

This is the second part of a two-part series of articles on Adm. Robert Papp, who ends his tour this week as commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard....More
in Ares May 29, 2014

NavWeek: Time of the Ancient Mariner

This is the first of a special two-part series of articles on Adm. Robert Papp, who leaves as commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard this week after....More
in Ares May 20, 2014

NavWeek: Happy Hunting

It’s out with the old and in with the new – even if the new is still a bit uncertain – for Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), the nation’s biggest....More

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