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- Electronic intelligence : Collection and analysis of electronic signals not intended to be intelligible to humans, such as radar or navigational aids
- Guided missile : A weapon that flies through air or space, under its own power, which adjusts its course to hit its target.
- Anti-shipping missile : An air, surface (sea or land), or submarine-launched missile that can track and intercept a maneuvering ship target against the background of moving water
- Direction finding : Finding the location of an electromagnetic emitter, either by the crossed bearings from directional antennas from various known points, or by time of arrival or time difference of arrival of the signal at those points
- Naval guns and gunnery : Artillery weapons on ships, and techniques and devices for aiming them.
- WHITE CLOUD satellite : A Cold War electronic intelligence system of multiple sets of microsatellite clusters that cooperated to locate radar and radio sources at sea for the United States Navy
- Torpedo : A naval weapon that travels underwater, using its own propulsion, to attack its target, minimally with onboard mechanisms to keep it on a straight course. Modern torpedoes are underwater guided missiles that can track their target and adjust their course to hit it
- Battleship : A heavily-armored, warship optimized for fighting other warships using large-caliber guns; certain armor requirements differentiated from cruisers; obsolete by end of World War II.
- Dreadnought : Defined by HMS Dreadnought (1905), an oceangoing, armored ship with a large number of all or primarily large-caliber guns, mounted in turrets
- Battle of Hampton Roads : Fought in March 1862 during the American Civil War, the first combat between steam-powered armored warships, CSS Virginia and USS Monitor
- Battle of Jutland : Major naval engagement between the German and Royal Navies in the First World War; largest naval battle in history until the WWII Battle of Leyte Gulf
- Battle of Midway : Generally considered to be the turning point of the Pacific Theater in the Second World War, a Japanese force intending to capture Midway Island was turned back with the loss of four aircraft carriers, at the cost of one U.S. carrier; it was the last major Japanese offensive of the war
- Battle of the River Plate : Add brief definition or description
- Battle of Surigao Strait : Fought in October 1944 at the Battle of Leyte Gulf, the last naval engagement between forces based around battleships
- Battle of Tsushima Strait : Add brief definition or description