Rolls Royce engines to power Turkish Coast Guard SAR vessels

Rolls-Royce received a contract to deliver its MTU diesel engines for the Turkish Coast Guard search and rescue ...

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Royal Navy frigate visits world’s remotest island

Days after setting sail from South Georgia, Royal Navy frigate HMS Portland reached what is officially known as the ...

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Austal lays keel for next US Navy EPF 'City of Bismarck'

Construction on the U.S Navy’ next expeditionary fast transport USNS City of Bismarck officially started with ...

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Shipbuilder shares video of Russian Marshal Ustinov refit

Russia’s Zvezdochka shipyard shared a video on YouTube showing a portion of works undertaken on the Russian ...

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US Coast Guard cutter heads for overhaul, new homeport

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Kukui left its homeport of Sand Island in Honolulu one last time on January 9, exactly 19 ...

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Fabrication starts on eleventh US Navy EPF

Austal marked the start of fabrication work on the U.S. Navy’s eleventh expeditionary fast transport USNS ...

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Australian, French educational houses sign SEA1000 MoU

Australia’s Flinders University signed an academic and research cooperation agreement with four French ...

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SASC suggests types of ships needed for US Navy ramp up

While it is important for the U.S. Navy to increase the number of ships being built, it is even more important to ...

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UK Maritime Forces commander highlights operations of 2016

Refuting negative press reports, UK’s Maritime Forces commander Rear Admiral Alex Burton pointed to the Royal ...

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F-35Bs arrive in Japan

U.S. Marines’ F-35B Lightning II aircraft arrived at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni on January 18 as the ...

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NATO's SNMCMG2 now under Polish command

A Polish commander is now at the helm of NATO’s standing mine counter measures group two (SNMCMG2) following ...

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US Navy patrol ships return from Caribbean patrol

U.S. Navy Cyclone-class patrol coastal ships USS Zephyr (PC 8) and USS Shamal (PC 13) returned to Mayport, Florida, ...

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Two eject in Navy training jet crash

A U.S. Navy T-45C Goshawk training jet aircraft crashed on Tuesday, off the east runway of the Naval Air Station ...

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Indian Navy contracts private company to lift INS Betwa

The Indian Navy has contracted a U.S.-based marine salvage company to lift the INS Betwa which tipped over during a ...

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Attack submarine USS Topeka visits Japan

U.S. Navy’s attack submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754) arrived at Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan for a visit on ...

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Spanish frigate joins operation Sophia

Spanish Navy’s Santa Maria-class frigate ESPS Canarias (F-86) left her homeport in Rota, Spain to join the EU ...

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ESPS Relampago engages local police on Tanzania port call

Sailors and marines from the Spanish Navy’s offshore patrol ship ESPS Relampago trained with the Tanzanian ...

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Russian Navy commissions two new "anti terror" boats

Russia’s Northern Sea fleet commissioned two new Project 21980 (Grachonok-class) anti-terror vessels at the ...

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Australian Navy braces for 2017 flight trials

2017 will be a busy year for the Royal Australian Navy’s aircraft maintenance and flight trials unit which ...

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French training flotilla visits Dartmouth

A flotilla of five French Navy training ships is set to arrive at UK’s Dartmouth harbour on January 20 while ...

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Standing NATO Maritime Group One changes command

Norwegian Navy frigate HNOMS Roald Amundsen became flagship of NATO’s standing maritime group one which held ...

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HMS Protector crew get busy in Antarctica

Royal Navy’s ice patrol ship HMS Protector sailed to Antarctica to remove equipment abandoned more than 30 ...

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Amec contracted to support UK's nuclear propulsion programme

The UK Ministry of Defence has contracted Amec Foster Wheeler to support its Naval Nuclear Propulsion Programme ...

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US Navy surveillance ship visits Japan

The U.S. Military Sealift Command’s ocean surveillance ship USNS Able (T-AGOS 20) arrived at Fleet Activities ...

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US Navy contracts Sparton and Ultra for sonobuoys delivery

The U.S. Navy has awarded ERAPSCO a $30.3 million contract for further manufacture and delivery of sonobuoys. ...

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USS Makin Island sailors visit Bahrain

U.S. Navy’s amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8) was alongside Manama, Bahrain, January 9-15, for ...

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US Coast Guard OPCs to be powered by MAN engines

Eastern Shipbuilding, the shipbuilder in charge of constructing the U.S. Coast Guard’s new offshore patrol ...

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