Royal Navy frigate facilitates autonomous systems trials

Royal Navy frigate HMS Argyll has lent its capabilities to a BAE Systems team trying out their unmanned Pacific 24 ...

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Dutch, Portuguese frigates getting Thales' ESM

Royal Netherlands Navy and Portuguese Navy Karel Doorman-class frigates are getting Thales-developed Vigile D radar ...

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UK signs maintenance deal for 2,200 military boats

The UK defense ministry has authorized a new £177 million (approx. $218.4m) deal for the maintenance of some 2,200 ...

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TKMS develops 4th generation fuel cell system for submarines

The system was put through its paces with over 70,000 operating hours in the test environment.

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TKMS, Kongsberg introduce new submarine combat system

kta naval systems, a joint venture of Germany’s thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and Norway’s Kongsberg, has ...

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NATO ships visit New York ahead of ASW drill off Canada

Ships from NATO’s Standing Maritime Group One (SNMG1) wrapped up a four-day visit to New York on September 3 ...

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UK readies berth for arrival of second aircraft carrier

The Royal Navy base HMNB Portsmouth will soon be ready to welcome the second of two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft ...

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RFA Mounts Bay delivers first aid to Bahamas

Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Mounts Bay distributed relief items, including vital shelter kits to The Bahamas which ...

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German frigate Hamburg deploying to NATO's SNMG2

German Navy Sachsen-class frigate FGS Hamburg is scheduled to depart her Wilhelmsaven homeport on September 6 to ...

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German OPVs getting BAE's 57mm naval guns

German offshore patrol vessels that will be used to patrol the country’s North Sea and Baltic coastlines are ...

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Pakistan Navy's second OPV launched in Romania

Dutch shipbuilder Damen has launched the second of two Pakistan Navy offshore patrol vessels at its shipyard in ...

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Three French FLF frigates getting mid-life upgrades

The French defense ministry has pinpointed three Marine Nationale La Fayette-class frigates (FLF) that will be ...

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TKMS introducing 3D printing to submarine construction

German submarine specialist thyssenkrupp Marine Systems has been cleared to introduce additive manufacturing to ...

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RN reducing subs' acoustic, electromagnetic signatures

UK defense contractor QinetiQ has won a £18.7 million ($22.7m) contract to help reduce the acoustic and ...

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Australian's second Supply-class tanker launched in Spain

Spanish shipbuilder Navantia has launched the second of two Royal Australian Navy auxiliary oiler replenishment ...

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HMS Queen Elizabeth departs for trials with UK F-35B jets

The trials, known as Westlant, will take place off the US East Coast.

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40-ship maneuver Northern Coasts starting in Denmark

The two-week exercise will take place in Denmark and Germany.

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SNMG1 wraps up deployment's first drills in US waters

Maritime Express will also see cooperation between military vessels and the commercial shipping community.

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HMS Northumberland gets underway for Cutlass Fury 2019

After the drill, the frigate will join HMS Queen Elizabeth on her F-35B trials.

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Denmark buying ALFS sonars, sonobuoys for its MH-60Rs

The US State Department has approved a possible foreign military sale of nine AN/AQS-22 airborne low frequency ...

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ESPS Turia runs aground during search for crashed aircraft

Spanish Navy minesweeper ESPS Turia has stranded on a beach in southeastern Spain while supporting search and ...

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Royal Navy destroyer gets new Hormuz tasking

After deploying from Portsmouth for operations in the Asia Pacific earlier this month, Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer ...

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UK details interim surface to surface missile requirements

The interim missiles would remain in service for a period of ten years.

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First Improved Kilo sub for Pacific Fleet starts trials

The boat was launched in March this year.

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