US Navy's COBRA mine detection system achieves IOC

The US Navy’s Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) system airborne mine detection system ...

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Wreck of first ship sunk in WW2 possibly found off Ireland

Researchers believe they have found the wreck of the first ship to be sunk in World War 2 – the SS Athenia. ...

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The US Navy is developing "smart" prosthetics

The US Office of Naval Research is teaming with a number of other agencies to develop an improved prostheses which ...

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Sunken Royal Navy submarine HMS Narwhal found after 77 years

The wreck of what is believed to be the Royal Navy’s WWII submarine HMS Narwhal has recently been found by ...

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Survey locates wreck of WW1 destroyer HMS Pheasant

A multibeam survey conducted as part of a maritime archaeology project has confirmed the exact location of the ...

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AN/SPY-6(V) radar tracks multiple targets in latest test

The US Navy’s new AN/SPY-6(V) Air and Missile Defense Radar tracked multiple targets during its ...

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New Tomahawk missiles will be engaging moving targets at sea

The US Navy has recently contracted the manufacturer of Tomahawk missiles to begin integrating a new multi-mode ...

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International research mission deploys buoys in Arctic Ocean

Researchers from Denmark, Canada and the US worked together recently to plant buoys into the Arctic Ocean to ...

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Dragonfire showcases laser weapon model at DSEI

Dragonfire, a consortium contracted to develop a laser directed energy weapon for the Royal Navy, is showcasing a ...

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Rolls-Royce introduces autonomous naval vessel concept

British propulsion systems supplier and developer Rolls-Royce has revealed its designs for an autonomous, single ...

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AN/SPY-6(V) aces simultaneous air and ballistic missile test

The U.S. Navy’s new AN/SPY-6(V) Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) radar concluded a simultaneous air and ...

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Royal Navy imagines future of underwater warfare

The Royal Navy’s silent service has challenged a team of young scientists to re-envision what the future of ...

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DARPA seeks ideas for 'living sensors'

Hoping to overcome the shortcomings of current sensor systems, the US research agency DARPA is seeking new ideas ...

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Join NOAA on a survey of sunken WWII submarine USS Bugara

The US National and Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is set to carry out the first archaeological survey of the ...

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DARPA tests sensor-hauling parasail aboard US Navy ship

The US research agency DARPA announced it has tested its sensor-carrying parasail, dubbed Towed Airborne Lift of ...

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Sonartech, Australia's DST team for capabilities research

Australia’s Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group and Sonartech Atlas signed a three-year agreement on ...

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US Navy AN/SPY-6(V) radar passes long-range missile test

The radar that is to be fitted on the US Navy’s Flight III Arleigh Burke guided-missile destroyers has passed ...

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US Navy finds new use for abandoned AUV

Researchers from the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have found a new use for a 90’s-designed autonomous ...

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F-35B makes first "ski jump" loaded with Paveway IV & ASRAAM

A short take-off vertical landing (STOVL) F-35B Lightning II aircraft took off from the ski jump loaded ...

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