The Journal of the Naval War College is a quarterly publication, linked to the Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Studies Program (PPGEM), non-profit, publishing, scientific articles, and possibly communications and book reviews.

The editorial line focuses on works that contribute to the development of an indigenous strategic thinking in the field of defense, particularly with regard to the Maritime Authority.

All articles for publication are conditioned to the evaluation process by peers and the approval of the members of the Editorial Board or the Advisory Board. Any suggestions for content changes will be agreed with the author.

Submissions must be original and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere while they are being evaluated by the Journal of EGN.

The submission of articles, in Portuguese, English and Spanish, is held in continuous flow, except for thematic issues. exclusively for this site.

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Brazil has the right to explore an extensive ocean area, with approximately 5.7 million km2, which is equivalent to approximately half of our continental mass.


In the sea are the pre-salt reserves and from it we extract about 95% of oil, 80% of natural gas and 45% of the fish produced in the country. Through our maritime routes, we transport more than 95% of Brazilian foreign trade. In this area there are natural resources and a rich biodiversity still unexplored.


Posted: 2020-04-13 More...

“Classe Tamandaré” Program


In 2017, the Brazilian Navy initiated the “Tamandaré Class” Program with the objective of promoting the renewal of the fleet with four modern ships, of high technological complexity, built in the country, with delivery scheduled for the period between 2025 and 2028.


Posted: 2020-04-13 More...

Patrol Boat Oceanic "Amazon" participates in the Obangame Express 2020


The joint exercise, which includes the participation of several European and African countries, aims to train Marine belonging to the Zone of Peace and Cooperation of the South Atlantic to face the maritime insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea region. The training is carried out by illegal fishing enforcement actions; combating pollution at sea, piracy and maritime terrorism; and assistance to ships in distress. Thus, exercise increases interoperability and cooperation ties between the navies of several countries in the Americas, Africa and Europe.

Posted: 2020-03-10
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