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Fincantieri to build new Hydro-Oceanographic ship

As part of an EU tender for the Defence and Security sector, Fincantieri has signed a contract with the Secretariat General of Defence and...

Third covette “AL KHOR” for Qatar delivered

The delivery of the corvette “Al Khor”, the third of the Al Zubarah class of four vessels ordered to Fincantieri by the Qatari Ministry...

Saab Receives Order for Life Extension of Swedish Mine Countermeasures Ships

Saab has signed an agreement with FMV on the life extension of two Koster-class mine countermeasures ships. The order value is SEK 350 million....

Philippine Navy Commissions First Two FAIC-M / SHALDAG MK5 Vessels with RAFAEL’s Integrated Naval Combat Suite

RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. is announcing that two FAIC-M/SHALDAG MK5 vessels with a fully-integrated RAFAEL naval combat suite have been commissioned by the...

Two Type 218SG Submarines Are Launched By TKMS For Singapore

Two state-of-the-art submarines for the Republic of Singapore were launched in a festive ceremony at the thyssenkrupp Marine Systems shipyard in Kiel on December...

UK Government awards £45 million to maintain flagship scientific research vessels

£45 million in funding to maintain the UK’s state-of-the-art fleet of research vessels has been announced by Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani. “RRS Sir David Attenborough...

Navy Authenticates Keel for Future USS Arizona (SSN 803)

Senior Navy leaders, elected officials, and industry partners gathered at General Dynamics Electric Boat’s Quonset Point Facility, Dec. 7, to attend a keel-authentication ceremony...

Navantia delivers to the Royal Navy of Saudi Arabia the third corvette built in the Bay of Cádiz

Navantia has delivered this Sunday to the Royal Saudi Navy the third of the five corvettes built in its shipyards in the Bay of...

Keel Authenticated for Future USNS Robert F. Kennedy (T-AO 208)

The keel for the future USNS Robert F. Kennedy (T-AO 208), the Navy’s 4th John Lewis-class fleet replenishment oiler, was laid at General Dynamics...

Navy Merlin surpasses 5000 flying hours

The ZJ121 Merlin Helicopter surpasses 5000 flying hours, making it the first of the type ever used by the Ministry of Defence. The impressive achievement was completed...
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