Boeing's giant Echo Voyager UUV starts sea trials

Boeing’s extra large unmanned undersea vehicle (XLUVV), the 51 foot (15 meter) long Echo Voyager, has started sea ...

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Australian Navy commissions ADV Cape Inscription

The Royal Australian Navy commissioned its second Australian Defence Vessel (ADV), ‘Cape Inscription’, ...

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US Coast Guard orders additional 15 response boats

The U.S. Coast Guard has ordered additional 15 response boats-small II (RB-S IIs) and associated equipment worth ...

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US Navy opens new submarine bridge trainer

The U.S. Navy opened a new submarine bridge trainer (SBT) at the Trident Training Facility (TRITRAFAC) in Bangor ...

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UK SSBN vulnerable to cyber attack, think tank warns

The threat of a cyber attack getting past the defense systems of Royal Navy’s Vanguard-class ballistic ...

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US Marines start maintenance of open water safety craft

The U.S. Marine Corps is starting an overhaul of its open water safety craft (OWSC) this year under the Enterprise ...

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India's second Scorpene-class submarine starts sea trials

Future INS Khanderi, Indian Navy’s second Scorpene-class submarine, started her sea trials on June 1, leaving ...

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Damen cuts steel for Australian antarctic research vessel

Construction of Australia’s new antarctic supply research vessel (ASRV) started in Romania with a ...

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Kazakhstan Navy commissions minesweeper 'Alatau'

The Kazakhstan Navy commissioned its first mine sweeping ship ‘Alatau’ during a ceremony held June 1 in ...

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Final Nulka missile decoy delivered

The final Australian-developed Nulka missile decoy was delivered to the Australian Navy by BAE Systems in April, ...

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NAVMETOCCOM demonstrates unmanned systems in Gulf of Mexico

U.S. Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Commands (NAVMETOCCOM) spent the last several months preparing for an ...

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GE tests new turbine enclosure for MMP

GE’s Marine Solutions announced it has completed a series of fire tests on a new composite LM2500 marine enclosure ...

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INS Kalvari fires her first torpedo

In another step towards becoming a commissioned unit of the Indian Navy, the lead ship of a new class of submarines ...

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Italian Navy retires two more Minerva-class corvettes

The Italian Navy retired two Minerva-class corvettes, ITS Fenice and ITS Sfinge, during a May 29 ceremony at the ...

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Canada lays keel for second Harry DeWolf-class AOPS

The Royal Canadian Navy laid the keel for its second Harry DeWolf-class arctic and offshore patrol vessel, ...

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Albanian Navy orders Nexter turrets for patrol boats

The Albanian Navy has contracted Nexter for the delivery of remotely operated 20mm Narwhal naval turrets. The NATO ...

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UDT 2017: Rheinmetall shows off submarine training tech

German military technology company Rheinmetall is showcasing its submarine training technology at the Undersea ...

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Raytheon Anschütz launches new naval navigation system

Navigation and naval systems manufacturer Raytheon Anschütz announced the launch of a new naval navigation and ...

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US Coast Guard cutter transferred to Vietnam

The U.S. Coast Guard transferred the former high endurance cutter Morgenthau to the Vietnam coast guard during a ...

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Australian Navy hands over ADV Cape Byron to border force

After almost two years of operations with the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Defence Vessel Cape Byron was ...

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US Navy receives 14th Virginia-class submarine

The U.S. Navy took delivery of USS Washington (SSN 787), the 14th Virginia-class submarine, on May 26. Washington ...

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Royal Navy Sea King helicopters handed over to Pakistan

Seven of the Royal Navy’s iconic Sea King helicopters were officially handed over to Pakistan Navy during a ...

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Vietnam Coast Guard receives patrol boats from US

The Vietnam Coast Guard received six 45-foot Metal Shark-built patrol boats during a May 22 ceremony in Quang Nam, ...

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Future USS Gerald R. Ford starts acceptance trials

The U.S. Navy’s future aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) departed Naval Station Norfolk for its ...

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BAE to upgrade Australian Navy satcoms under $30M project

BAE Systems Australia announced it is teaming up with the defense department’s Capability and Sustainment ...

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