Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (4)

Continuing the series on Building a Navy, once the Fleet Missions have been decided, the next stage is Fleet Design. Here the actual decisions are made about what the navy will use in order to accomplish them. The Chart Defined Fleet Missions combined with the Fiscal Environment determines what the Fleet Design is. deWulf Fleet… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (4)

Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (3)

Continuing the series on Building a Navy, the Fleet Missions are the first concrete steps towards building a fleet. With the basic environment and goals laid down, a realistic (or at least plausible) series of operational requirements and operational postures begins to take shape. The Chart The conjunction of Assumptions and Goals thusly details what… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (3)

Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (2)

Continuing the series on Building a Navy, the next stage is to look at the Strategic Goals that the Navy is being tasked with. While not entirely dependent on the previous Strategic Assumptions, they are informed by them, and together they begin to form the foundation of what the deWulf Navy is built on. The… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (2)

Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (1)

As I had mentioned back at the 2022 goals, one thing I was looking at doing was writing up some discussions on how and why various navies are structured the way that they are. In this, I'm stealing guidance from the always-enjoyable website Project Rho. Specifically the part about building a navy. The majority of… Continue reading Building a Navy – deWulf Navy (1)