Shaping UK’s amphibious capability

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Insights from Colonel Totten, Programme Director, Future Amphibious Force, Royal Marines.

UK hosts NATO submarine rescue exercise

Submarine rescue specialists from France, Norway and the United Kingdom gathered at HM Naval Base Clyde to take ...

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Australian Navy to test new hyperbaric gear by November

The Royal Australian Navy is one step closer to operating their new hyperbaric equipment after the system achieved ...

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JFD joins Australian Navy submarine rescue exercise

Submarine rescue system manufacturer JFD recently joined Australian Navy vessels for a demonstration of ...

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Indian Navy's submarine rescue systems set for 2018 delivery

The Indian Navy’s 3rd generation submarine rescue systems (SRS) will be ready for delivery in 2018, JFD ...

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NATO's Janus debuts at Dynamic Monarch

Taking part in the submarine escape and rescue exercise Dynamic Monarch for the first time, NATO’s Centre for ...

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Turkey hosting NATO submarine rescue drill Dynamic Monarch

A NATO-sponsored submarine escape and rescue (SMER) exercise kicked off in Turkey on September 8. Dubbed Dynamic ...

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Russia: New submariner rescue equipment to be demonstrated

A new, modernized underwater rescue system dubbed SSP-M and designed for the Russian Navy underwater forces will be ...

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Australian submarine rescue center hosts Indian official

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

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Royal Navy parachuters hone submarine rescue skills

Soldiers from the Royal Navy’s Submarine Parachute Assistance Group recently practised providing immediate ...

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India acquires two submarine rescue systems

The Indian Navy has awarded the British provider of marine engineering services James Fisher and Sons a £193 ...

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