We trace the history of the world's most powerful weapons: ballistic missile submarines. This episode takes you beneath the waves on a sub patrol.
The destroyer remains the most versatile of all naval ships, with missions involving sub hunting, coastal bombardment, and air defense.
The hunter became the hunted as Navies developed the special weapons and tactics of anti-submarine warfare.
We take a look at the vehicles that make possible the most complex of military maneuvers: the amphibious assault landing.
Since 1790, the U.S. Coast Guard has fought along side her sister services in every national conflict. This program looks at the Coast Guard's military engagements, as well as their on-going life-saving mission.
There was a time when the battleship was the largest mobile structure on the face of the earth. A nation's power was measured by the number of battleships sailing under its flag.
An aircraft carrier is today's most versatile and powerful weapon. It's a floating air base with the population of a small city that can project its power anywhere in the world and be the first in combat.
From man's earliest battles to the combat visions of the future, the Weapons at War series richly illustrates the history of weaponry throughout the ages - and what weapons will be like in the future.
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