HMS Queen Elizabeth preparing for helicopter trials

The recently-commissioned Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has kicked off preparations for her ...

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GA-EMS to develop US Navy LDUUV motor

The US Office of Naval Research has awarded General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems a contract to design and ...

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Naval Today has a new mobile website!

Naval Today is proud to announce the launch of a new, revamped, and most importantly, improved mobile website. You ...

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US Marines unmanned helicopter aces final flight demo

The US Marine Corps’ unmanned helicopter has completed a successful final flight demonstration at Marine ...

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B-1B bomber test fires first production LRASM

A US Air Force B-1B bomber recently test fired the first production-configuration Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles ...

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DARPA wants to replicate the Internet of Things at sea

Just like the internet of things connects smart devices enabling tracking and monitoring of events, The US Defense ...

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NAVSEA's new electrical enclosures could save $76m

A US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) team has developed new composite-material shipboard electrical enclosures ...

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NAVAIR developing VR tech for flight simulation trainers

The US Naval Air Systems Command is turning to virtual reality technology to build flight simulation trainers as a ...

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Fugro to search for lost WW1 Australian submarine

From its advanced survey vessel, the Fugro Equator, skilled survey personnel from Fugro will use a state-of-the-art ...

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