First UAV command center installed on an aircraft carrier

USS Carl Vinson. Photo: US Navy

USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) marked a milestone for the U.S. Navy after installing the first unmanned aerial vehicle ...

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Germany hosts 13th Naval War College symposium

For illustration purposes. Photo: U.S. Naval War College

Representatives from the navies of 27 nations met at Naval War College’s latest regional alumni symposium ...

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US Navy progresses Next Generation Jammer program

An E/A-18G Growler aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. Photo: US Navy

In a move which marked a new step in the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Jammer electronic warfare system, the ...

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New US Navy research ship joins the fleet

R/V Neil Armstrong

U.S. Navy’s new research vessel R/V Neil Armstrong recently arrived at its new home at the Woods Hole ...

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Danish frigates to receive air and missile defense upgrades

HDMS Peter Willemoes, an Iver Huitfeld-class frigate. Photo: MARCOM

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) has signed a contract with Danish company Terma ...

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Gallery: Italian Navy visits sunken WWII destroyer

Gallery Italian Navy visits sunken WWII destroyer 4

Sailors aboard the Italian Navy’s minesweeper Gaeta recently put their mine-hunting technology to good use ...

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US Navy works on new composite materials

Illustration, Photo: US Navy

The U.S. Navy has completed the limited purpose cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) it undertook ...

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U.S. christens DARPA's unmanned Sea Hunter ship

Sea Hunter

The U.S. Navy has officially christened the new unmanned submarine-hunting drone named Sea Hunter during an April 7 ...

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Australian company launches Navy bio-fuel pilot project

USS John C. Stennis, Great Green Fleet flagship. Photo: US Navy

Australian-based Southern Oil Refining is launching an AU$16 million biofuels pilot plant which, if successful ...

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Australian Navy establishes navy engineering NETwork

Graeme Emerton (Hull Survey Manager, Centre for Maritime Engineering), presenting the first Naval Engineering talk on the topic of Hull Repair: The 90% that matters at Fleet Headquarters, Sydney. Photo: Royal Australian Navy

Aiming to ensure growth and innovation in its service, the Royal Australian Navy has established the Naval ...

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British maritime school welcomes French Navy officers

Royal Navy's David Goddard (right) briefing Capitaine de Frigate Erick Caliendo (left) in the Bridge Simulator.

Royal Navy’s Maritime Warfare School (MWS), HMS Collingwood welcomed officers from the French Navy recently ...

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Canadian Navy launches X-Ship program

A Cyclone helicopter prepares to land on the flight deck of HMCS Montréal off the coast of Halifax on March 3, 2016. Photo: Royal Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navy has picked HMCS Montréal for ‘X-ship’ – a program designed to advance ...

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VIDEO: USS Porter aces first SeaRAM live fire test

VIDEO USS Porter aces first SeaRAM live fire test

U.S. Navy Video USS Porter (DDG 78), an Aegis-upgraded guided-missile destroyer, completed on March 4 a live-fire ...

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UK advances Successor submarine programme funding

Image: BAE Systems

UK’s Defence Secretary Michael Fallon on March 3 announced additional £642 (approx. $907.2M) million of ...

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US Navy sailor develops new sonar system

USS Fitzgerald, Image: US Navy

USS Fitzgerald’s Chief Sonar Technician (Surface) Benjamin Lebron has developed a new program that assists in ...

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BAE System developing threat warning systems for US Navy

Image: BAE Systems

The U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded BAE Systems an $11 million contract to develop electronic ...

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Rheinmetall tests laser effector aboard German warship

Image: Rheinmetall

German military technology group Rheinmetall and the German Bundeswehr (army) recently tested a high-energy laser ...

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Saab introduces new sensor system for maritime patrol planes

Image: Saab

Defence and security company Saab on February 17 announced that its new Swordfish mission system was now ready to ...

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