The World's Not Enough

Kevin Brent



The perfect WW II navy

As Germany learned very painfully during World War II, no super-power can be a global super-power, without a large, powerful navy. For fighting a World War II style conflict, there is only one perfect navy, the US Navy. Not only... Continue Reading →

Was unconditional surrender the right policy against the Axis?

At the January 1943 Casablanca Conference, President Franklin D. Roosevelt unilaterally declared the Allied policy of unconditional surrender, against the Axis Alliance. Though Churchill was officially on board with this policy after the conference, he had serious reservations. Churchill’s next... Continue Reading →

UK Parliament playing with fire

When successfully escaping a dungeon, one doesn't stop in the doorway and await agreement from the dungeon master.

CEC home run & Silly Season

AEGIS BMD It seems the NIFC-CA ballistic missile defense exercise was delayed to December. The Dec 14 test was announced by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) as a success, with the medium range ballistic missile (MRBM) target destroyed. This is... Continue Reading →

The Battle of Britain: How it was won

*Originally published in Hubpages June 23, 2014* Note: It's a long one. 😉 The Few Without question the most important factor in winning the Battle of Britain, was the pilots of RAF Fighter Command. These men endured long periods of... Continue Reading →

D-Day: The story behind the story

*Originally published on Hubpages, June 6 2014.* Dunkirk and the fall of France Following the lightning German advance across northern France in May 1940, the most powerful forces of the French Army and British Expeditionary Force (BEF) found themselves completely... Continue Reading →

Russia rattles Royal Navy anchor chains

In addition to the Russian ground and air forces deployed in Syria to wipe out the Free Syrian Army (FSA), now comes a naval component. A naval battle group of 10 warships from Russia's Northern Fleet are now transiting the... Continue Reading →

The EU’s fear of Britain

Post-Brexit trade between the EU and a renewed economic power of Britain outside of EU control, would mean incurring British economic influence, and thereby political influence.

Britain wisely opposes an EU Army

Which would achieve a long-held dream of Franco-German political elite; push American geopolitical and security influence out of Europe so that Franco-German hegemony can resurface.

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