Why the South China Sea Matters

Freedom of navigation is more than just an issue for the navies of seagoing nations. International trade and all the things that are consumed travel the oceans of the world. When one nation decides to create its own personal lake, it is time to take notice. The United States must be involved to insure freedom […]

Why is There a Carrier Battle Group in the South China Sea?

The United States Carrier John C. Stennis and her carrier battle group have arrived in the South China Sea. Is it really a show of force? Is it just a normal deployment? China has been forcing the envelope in this area for a while now. This issue bears watching. Read more below. As Written By […]

The United States Navy Needs A Long Range “BITE”

The United States Navy has an anti ship missile. But it has a short coming, literally. It has a range of 70 miles. What it needs is one with a range of 1000 miles. Where is this missile? It does not exist. Where is it coming from and when? What stop gap measure is available? Read more […]

The Chinese Did WHAT To Our Ship?

In a news release that begs belief, China pretends to drive off a United States Navy ship from the area of their artificial island. Only Baghdad Bob would  have dared to push the narrative this far out. The right of innocent passage is an International Law and must be exercise in order to keep it. China thinks that […]

DHS Confirms: IBM Sale Has Created SERIOUS Security Issue For US Navy

USNI.COM REPORTS THE FOLLOWING CONCERNS! The Navy needs a new server for its upgraded Aegis Combat System after the current IBM line was sold to Chinese computer maker Lenovo. IBM shedding its server business creates a security concern for the U.S. Navy, which included the company’s x86 BladeCenter HT server in its Aegis Technical Insertion (TI) […]

The Guilt of a Veteran #VeteransDay

I had the honor of serving in the United States Navy from 1961 to 1981, retiring as a Chief Electronics Warfare Technician. I have always been proud of being allowed to serve my country and also achieving the signal honor of being initiated into the fraternity of Chief Petty Officer (CPO) of the United States […]

Congressman Allen West’s Final Weekly Wrap-Up

Dear Patriot, Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and indeed all Americans, it is time to prepare our weekly update for dissemination. Today is the 71st Anniversary of the attack on US Naval Base, Pearl Harbor which truly marked our entry into World War II. I can still remember my dad sharing with me his feeling […]

Rep. Allen West Statement on Anniversary of Attack on Pearl Harbor

(WASHINGTON)—Congressman Allen West (R-FL) released this statement today regarding the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor: “One quiet Sunday morning 71 years ago, a brazen and surprise attack on our shores shocked and galvanized our nation more forcefully than any other single event had ever done.  More than 2,400 Americans were killed and more […]

Speaking To Seniors Oct 23 Rep Allen West “We did still issue bayonets” Read More

STUART, Fla. — Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) knows a thing or two about how the U.S. military uses bayonets, because he sent soldiers into battle with them in Iraq. Speaking to about 100 senior citizens Tuesday afternoon in this golfing and retirement community, West joined legions of conservatives and Republicans criticizing President Obama’s performance during Monday night’s presidential […]

Rep Allen West’s Legislative Low Down & Weekly Wrap Up

Dear Patriot, Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans.  Reflecting on the past week, I will tell you that Saturday morning got off to a very emotional and great start. My youngest daughter, Austen, was sworn-in as a United States Navy Sea Cadet, part of the USS Spruance Division in Fort Lauderdale. Our family was […]