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Naval Group signs subcontracts for Australian Attack-class submarines

Contracts for the design of the Main Storage Batteries Stages 1 and 2 for the Attack Class submarines have been awarded by...

German Navy plans to send a frigate to the Indian Ocean

The German navy plans to send its frigate “Hamburg” to the Indian Ocean in June to conduct port visits and participate in...

Severnaya Verf launches Retivy corvette of Project 20380

The Severnaya Shipyard (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) floated out the Project 20380 corvette Retivy, the Shipyard announced today (March 12,...

Russian Navy’s Project 636 Class Submarines

The specifications of the Russian Navy's Project 636 Improved Kilo Class Submarines and its weapons. Project 636...

Royal Navy tests unmanned equipment in operational environment for the first...

'Groundbreaking' trials in Norway saw a collection of unmanned equipment tested in an operational setting for the first time, in a number...

Kongsberg signs NSM contract valued at $21,3m

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (KONGSBERG) has signed a contract with Raytheon Missile Systems for Naval Strike Missiles (NSM) to the US Navy Over-The-Horizon...

Chinese Type 052D class destroyer lased a U.S. Navy P-8A MPA

 A U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft was lased by People’s Republic of China (PRC) navy destroyer 161 (Hohhot)  on Feb....

Iran Navy and IRGC Navy ship Recognition and Identification Guide

U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence has published the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy and Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy ship recognition and...

China navy drills in Pacific

Chinese South Sea fleet is holding military exercises in the vicinity of International Date Line in Pacific. Chinese 161st Task Force composed of...

USS Colorado Returns Home

The Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS Colorado (SSN 788) returned from its maiden deployment to its homeport at Naval Submarine Base New London...

HMS Montrose Captures Drugs Worth £6m In the Gulf of Oman

Royal Navy Sailors and Royal Marines bagged more than a tonne of cannabis when they intercepted drug smugglers on the infamous Hashish...

Pakistan Navy Commissions 2300 Ton Corvette, PNS Yarmook

Pakistan Navy has commissioned a 2300 Tonnes Corvette PNS YARMOOK (F-271) – a Damen OPV 1900 – in a ceremony held at Constanta...

USS Maine Successfully Tests Trident II D5LE Missile

The U.S. Navy conducted a scheduled, one-missile test flight of an unarmed life-extended Trident II (D5LE) missile from USS Maine (SSBN-741), an...

The new details of Iranian Trimaran Frigate, “Safineh”

The new graphic rendering of Iranian trimaran warship "Safineh"  published by Iranian  http://www.military.ir/ web page. The ship was first unveiled on Nov...

Canada’s submarine fleet spent ‘zero days’ at sea last year

According to the Canadian Department of National Defence, Royal Canadian Navy’s submarines were tied up last year for repairs and maintenance and...

Thales to provide mission systems for the Type 31 Frigate

Thales, as part of Babcock Team 31, has been selected to deliver the digital heart of the UK’s next generation frigates. Thales...

USS Fitzgerald Returns to Sea after Two Years

The guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) is underway to conduct comprehensive at-sea testing, marking a significant step in her return to warfighting...

Philippine Navy to decommission 22 vessels this year

The Philippine Navy is set to decommission 22 vessels in 2020 to save on maintenance costs and to make way for the...

Cold Launch vs. Hot Launch

Launching a missile isn't as easy as pressing the red button. It takes a lot of engineering and science to ensure safe...

24 hours in stormy weather

On his way to the United States to train with a U.S. carrier strike group, frigate Iver Huitfeldt was caught in a...

Bell Boeing CMV-22B Osprey Successfully Completes First Flight

The first CMV-22B Osprey, built by Boeing and Bell Textron Inc., completed first flight operations at Bell’s Amarillo Assembly Center. The CMV-22B...

Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group Arrives in San Diego after 295-day...

The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group arrived at Naval Air Station North Island Jan. 20, marking the end of a 10-month deployment...

Russian Navy’s “Gremyashchiy” Class corvette completes its sea trials

First of its class, the "Gremyashchiy" corvette completed its sea trials and its ready to join the Navy. The project 20385 “Gremyashchiy” completed...

India successfully test-fires K-4 Ballistic Missile

Further strengthening its capabilities to hit enemy targets from submarines, India on Sunday successfully test-fired the 3,500 km strike range nuclear-capable K-4...

US Navy announces aircraft carrier CVN81 will be named USS DORIS...

Acting Secretary of the U.S. Navy Thomas B. Modly will name a future Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier in honor of World...

Dutch Damen Shipyard wins contract for German Navy’s multi-purpose combat ship

The German Navy's new warship "MKS 180" is to be built under Dutch leadership at Blohm and Voss in Hamburg. The Damen...

Why are the decks of Russian ships red?

The decks of the Russian ships are painted with a "red lead" rustproofing/anti-corrosive paint. Many nations do this but then topcoat the...

China’s first Type 055 destroyer Nanchang commissioned

The Nanchang, China's first Type 055 guided-missile destroyer, was commissioned in the People's Liberation Army Navy on Sunday morning in the port...

Naval Tejas LCA lands on INS Vikramaditya for the first time

A prototype of the naval version of the light combat aircraft landed and took off from the India's sole aircraft carrier INS...

U.S. approves Singapore to buy up to 12 F-35B stealth fighters

The U.S. State Department on 9 January approved the possible Foreign Military Sale of F-35B Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing (STOVL) stealth...

Indian aircraft carrier Vikrant to be delivered to navy in 2021

INS Vikrant likely to be commissioned by early 2021 according to the Indian  PTI News Agency.    The manufacturing of the country’s first indigenous...
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