ONR, SPAWAR Support Maritime RobotX Challenge

ONR, SPAWAR Support Maritime RobotX Challenge

Sailors and civilian personnel from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) journeyed to Singapore to support the inaugural Maritime RobotX Challenge, Oct. 24-26. The event ...

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ST Marine Names Omani Navy’s First Patrol Vessel

ST Marine Names Omani Navy's First Patrol Vessel2

Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd (ST Marine), the marine arm of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST ...

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Philippines Hosts Three JTS Warships

Philippines Host Three JTS Warships

Three warships from the Japanese Training Squadron (JTS) arrived in Manila, Philippines, on Monday to promote ...

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India Strengthens Ties with Kenya

India Strengthens Ties with Kenya

Three of the four Indian Naval ships which are on a two-month long Overseas Deployment to East Africa and the South ...

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Australian, Philippine Navies Conclude LUMBAS 2014

Australian, Philippine Navies Conclude LUMBAS 2014

The Royal Australian Navy and Philippine Navy military exercise, LUMBAS 2014, has drawn to a close, after two weeks ...

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Singapore Welcomes USS Columbia

Singapore Welcomes USS Columbia

The Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Columbia (SSN 771) arrived in Singapore, Oct. 4, for a visit as ...

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Indonesia, EU NAVFOR Discuss Counter-Piracy Cooperation

Indonesia, EU NAVFOR Discuss Counter-Piracy Cooperation

On Tuesday 14 October a delegation of senior officers from the Indonesian Defence Forces visited the EU Naval Force ...

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LCAC Displays Versatility during PHIBLEX 15

PHIBLEX15

Expeditionary Survey Vessels (ESV), assigned to the Fleet Survey Team (FST), launched from a Landing Craft Air ...

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US, Australia and Indonesia Remember USS Houston and ...

US, Australia and Indonesia Remember USS Houston and HMAS Perth

Sailors and Military Sealift Command (MSC) civilian mariners assigned to the submarine tender USS Frank Cable (AS ...

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Naval Commanders’ Conference Addresses Cyclone ...

Naval Commanders' Conference Addresses Cyclone Hudhud Actions

The second edition of the bi-annual Naval Commanders’ Conference commenced at New Delhi, India, today. As has ...

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Two JMSDF Ships Pay Visit to Colombo, Sri Lanka

Two JMSDF Ships Pay Visit to Colombo, Sri Lanka

Two Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) ships, “JS BUNGO” and “JS YAEYAMA” arrived at the Port of Colombo ...

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HMAS Stuart, RSS Tenacious Conclude SINGAROO

HMAS Stuart, RSS Tenacious Conclude SINGAROO

Royal Australian Navy Anzac-class frigate, HMAS Stuart, joined the Republic of Singapore frigate, RSS Tenacious, in ...

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Top News of the Week of Oct 06 – 12, 2014

Top News of the Week of July 14 – 20, 2014

HMS Queen Elizabeth Leaves Babcock Dock in Rosyth, UK HMS Queen Elizabeth was floated out of the Babcock dock in ...

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ROK, Australian Navies Exchange Knowledge

HMAS Arunta and Republic of Korea Navy

The Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy – Cruise Training Task Group sailed into Garden Island, Sydney on 6 October, for a ...

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Pakistan Naval Ships Stop in Port of Colombo

Pakistan Naval Ships Stop in Port of Colombo

Two Pakistan naval ships, “SAIF” and “NASR” arrived at the Port of Colombo on 1st October 2014 on a goodwill visit. ...

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Australia Joins Fictitious Security Threat Drills in ...

Exercise Bersama Lima 2014

Australia will join with Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) partners over the next fortnight to defend against ...

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SL Fishing Vessels Stranded Due to Bad Weather

SL Fishing Vessels Stranded Due to Bad Weather

Around 30 to 40 fishing vessels engaged in deep sea fishing are reported stranded due to prevailing bad weather ...

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INS Jalashwa Hosts Eastern Fleet Change of Command

INS Jalashwa Hosts Eastern Fleet Change of Command

Indian Navy’s Rear Admiral Atul Kumar Jain, VSM, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet, handed over the ...

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Taiwan CGA Awards Coastal Surveillance Deal

Taiwan CGA Awards Coastal Surveillance Deal

Transas Marine Pacific and its local partner Mercuries Data Systems (MDS) have secured a multi-million contract ...

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Sri Lanka Navy Helps Indian fishermen in Distress

Sri Lanka Navy Helps Indian fishermen in Distress

Sri Lanka Navy rescued four Indian fishermen and a trawler in distress west of Delft close to mid-night on 6th ...

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Sri Lanka Navy Arrests 15 Fishermen

Sri Lanka Navy Arrests 15 Fishermen

Sri Lanka Naval craft attached to the Eastern Naval Command on routine patrol arrested 15 fishermen with 4 FGDs ...

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Sri Lanka Navy Repatriates 40 Indian Fishermen

Sri Lanka Navy Repatriates 40 Indian Fishermen

Sri Lanka Navy assisted the repatriation of 40 Indian fishermen released from Sri Lankan custody. They were handed ...

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Top News of the Week of Sep 29 – Oct 05, 2014

Top News of the Week of July 14 – 20, 2014

USCG Commanding Officer of Activities Europe Temporarily Relieved The US Coast Guard temporarily relieved Capt. ...

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Singapore, Australian Navies Engage in Exercise Singaroo

Singapore, Australian Navies Engage in Exercise Singaroo1

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) conducted a bilateral maritime exercise, ...

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HMAS Larrakia Hosts Vietnam PN Personnel

ACPB SEAD & EX LUMBAS 2014

Officers and sailors from the Vietnam People’s Navy (VPN) were given an insight into some of the finer points ...

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