Operational Security
MINSY - Boats Under Construction

The Cold War Boats Association Security policy is intended to protect people, vessels, missions, assets, and technology of the United States Navy from being compromised by inappropriate or inadvertent disclosure of related information, including photographs, documents, audio, and video recordings.

Classified Material:

The Cold War Boats Association prohibits the posting of Classified material on the the coldwarboats.org website.

Any documents, photographs, audio or video recordings, or artifacts that are currently considered Classified are not permitted, and will be removed.

Operational Security of Active Duty Assets

Any information that could compromise the operational security of active duty personnel, commissioned ships, or their missions is not permitted, and will be removed.

Access to personally identifiable information (PII) of active-duty service members or information related to the crews of submarines currently in full or limited commission is restricted to administrators only. 

Questions:

If you are not sure, contact the Security Manager before uploading any material that could be currently considered classified.

Questions and concerns should be directed to the Security Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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U.S. Naval Institute News

  • MQ-25A Unmanned Prototype Now on Carrier George H.W. Bush for At-Sea Testing
    THE PENTAGON – The prototype for the Navy’s unmanned refueling tanker is now aboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier ahead of at-sea testing. Rear Adm. Andrew Loiselle, who leads the chief of naval operation’s air warfare directorate (OPNAV N98), told USNI News in a recent interview that as of Tuesday, the T-1 prototype is aboard […]
  • Huntington Ingalls Delivers Destroyer Named for First Black Marine Corps Aviator
    Huntington Ingalls Industries delivered Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. (DDG-121) to the U.S. Navy this week, according to the company. The destroyer is named after the first Black aviator and general officer in the Marine Corps. Lt. Gen. Frank E. Petersen Jr. and is the 33rd destroyer built by Huntington Ingalls for […]
  • SECARMY Wormuth Pitches Army’s Next Role in the Western Pacific
    The Army wants to shift its posture in the Western Pacific from a heavy concentration in the Korean peninsula to a more dispersed force throughout the theater, without stationing more soldiers in the Indo-Pacific, Army Secretary Christine Wormuth said Wednesday. “We want to be flexible” in meeting the challenges from China from the Himalayas to the East […]
  • GAO Report on the Defense Department and Intellectual Property
    The following is the November Government Accountability Office report, DOD Should Take Additional Actions to Improve How It Approaches Intellectual Property. From the report Why This Matters The Department of Defense (DOD) acquires and licenses intellectual property (IP)—such as computer software and technical data—for its cutting-edge weapon systems. Yet, DOD often does not acquire the […]
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