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Welcome to the Logroom.

The Archives contain the history of the boat, homeports, overseas deployments and port calls, and historical documents pertaining to the history of the USS William H. Bates. Newspaper clippings, press releases, and other relevant historical items will be published here.

The history of the USS William H. Bates is summarized neatly in the Boat History section. Under development are listings of all the boat's deployments and home ports as well.

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U.S. Naval Institute News

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    MANILA — The U.S. Air Force and the Navy will continue a combination of air and sea patrols in the Indo-Pacific region in an effort to keep the waters and skies open to overflight and international navigation, the head of the U.S. Air Force said in the Philippines, his first stopover during a visit to […]
  • Report to Congress on Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems
    The following is the Aug. 16, 2019 Congressional Research Service In Focus report International Discussions Concerning Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems. From the report As technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI), advances, lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS)—weapons designed to make decisions about using lethal force without manual human control—may soon make their appearance, raising a number of […]
  • CNO Richardson Reflects on Massive Technology, Readiness Changes as Tenure Ends
    THE PENTAGON – The U.S. Navy and the world it operates in are a far cry from what they were four years ago. The relationship with China has deteriorated, as the growing Pacific power behaves more aggressively throughout the South China Sea and the Pacific, forcing a new focus on near-peer warfare. Budgets, once axed […]
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