US Navy aircraft carrier denied entry into Hong Kong port

An April 25 photo shows the USS John C. Stennis sailing through the South China Sea. Photo: US Navy

U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis was recently barred from entering the Hong ...

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Indian Navy decommissions two Veer-class ships

Photo: Twitter/SpokespersonMoD

The Indian Navy has decommissioned two 1241 RE class guided missile vessels during a ceremony held at the naval ...

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Lockheed Martin, DSME team up for multi-mission combat ship

Joe North, vice president of Littoral Ships and Systems for Lockheed Martin, and Deog-Soo Kim, vice president and head of the Naval & Special Ship Business Management Division at DSME, display the teaming agreement signed in Seoul, South Korea on April 25, 2016.

Lockheed Martin and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) have entered a teaming agreement to partner ...

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Australian submarine rescue center hosts Indian official

Submarine Escape and Rescue Manager, Commander Kenneth Marr, RAN, escorts Indian Defence Advisor to Australia, Captain Chetan Chandrkant Chandegave on a tour through the Submarine Escape and Rescue Centre (SERC), HMAS Stirling. Photo: Royal Australian Navy

Indian Defense Advisor to Australia, Captain Chetan Chandegave, recently visited the Royal Australian Navy’s ...

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Navy Region Center Singapore welcomes USS John C. ...

Navy Region Center Singapore welcomes USS John C. Stennis CSG sailors

Navy Region Center Singapore welcomed USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) Carrier Strike Group Sailors during a port visit ...

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IRClass increases range of services to Indian Navy

IRClass increases range of services to the Indian Navy.

A major milestone has been reached by the Indian Register of Shipping with the advent of naval vessels being ...

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Most Read News, April 18 – 24, 2016

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Australia starts unrolling shipbuilding plans Austal, the West Australian shipbuilding company, is the first to ...

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Pakistan Navy Gets 2 Landing Craft

Pakistan Navy Gets 2 Landing Craft

On April 18th, 2016, Pakistan Navy received two Landing Craft (Mechanized) at Karachi Shipyard & Shipyard & ...

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3 sailors injured in explosion on Indian Navy ship

INS Nireekshak, Photo: Indian Navy

One sailor lost a leg and two more were hospitalized after an oxygen cylinder exploded on the Indian Navy diving ...

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US Navy Great Green Fleet visits Singapore

USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) arrives at Changi Naval Base in Singapore. Photo: US Navy

U.S. Navy’s Great Green Fleet project platform, the John C. Stennis Strike Group arrived in Singapore for a ...

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MHI prepares for submarine contract with Sydney subsidiary

For illustration purposes. Photo: Royal Australian Navy

One of three contenders for the Australian $50 billion submarine construction contract, Mitsubishi Heavy ...

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Thales to provide unmanned patrol aircraft to Malaysia

Photo: Thales

Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, also known as Malaysian Coast Guard has contracted French company Thales to ...

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Indian Navy's first nuclear sub on sea trials

Photo: Government of India/Wikimedia

The Indian Navy’s first nuclear-powered submarine INS Arihant is reportedly undergoing additional sea ...

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Indonesian-lead exercise Komodo 16 concludes

Photo: Indonesian Navy

The Indonesian-hosted international naval exercise Komodo 2016 concluded on April 16 as the ships concluded the sea ...

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Singapore Navy launches second littoral mission ship

LMV Sovereignty. Photo: Royal Singapore Navy

The Republic of Singapore Navy has launched its second littoral mission vessel (LMV) at the Singapore Technologies ...

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Japanese submarine enters Sydney for first time since WWII

Illustration: US Navy photo of JS Hakuryu entering Pearl Harbor base

Royal Australian Navy and Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force ships have gathered in Sydney to conduct the ...

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French warships visit Kochi, India

FS Tonnerre entering Kochi. Photo: Indian Navy

French Naval ships Tonnerre and Guepratte have arrived on a visit to Kochi, India. Amphibious assault helicopter ...

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Japanese warships on first visit to Vietnam

JS Asagiri

Two ships of the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force, JS Ariake and JS Setogiri, made their first port call at Cam ...

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GALLERY: Warships gather for exercise Komodo 2016

GALLERY Warships gather for Indonesian naval exercise Komodo 2016 1

Photos: Multilateral Naval Exercise Secretariat, Jakarta – Indonesia A number of foreign warships arrived ...

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Japan picks BAE Systems for amphibious vehicles delivery

Photo: BAE Systems

The Japanese Ministry of Defense has awarded BAE Systems a contract to produce new Assault Amphibious Vehicles ...

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USS Bremerton visits Sasebo, Japan

Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS Bremerton (SSN 698). Photo: US Navy

U.S. Navy’s Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Bremerton arrived at Fleet Activities Sasebo, Japan for a ...

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Singapore Navy takes charge of Combined Task Force 151

Rear Admiral IIyas, Commodore Warrender, Rear Admiral Cheong. Photo: Combined Maritime Forces

Republic of Singapore Navy assumed command of the Combined Maritime Forces’ counter piracy unit, the CTF 151, ...

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OSI Maritime to deliver TDNS to an 'Asian Navy'

Photo: OSI Maritime

Canadian provider of integrated navigation and tactical solutions OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) announced it ...

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Foal Eagle 16 hosts mine countermeasures drills

March 31, 2016: Sailors aboard the U.S. Navy mine countermeasures ship USS Patriot (MCM 7) retrieve a training mine during exercise Foal Eagle. Photo: US Navy

The U.S. and the Republic of Korea (ROK) navies engaged in a mine countermeasures exercise, held March 28 – April ...

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