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  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 43

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    In this issue: The US military’s green energy research, advances in regenerative medicine for injured soldiers, the US Air Force’s...

  • SSK Scorpene Class Attack Submarine

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    The Scorpene submarine has been jointly developed by DCNS of France (formerly DCN) and Navantia (formerly Bazan, then Izar) of Spain. Two...

  • Cape Class Patrol Boats

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    Cape Class Patrol Boats (CCPBs) are being built by Australian ship builder Austal for the country's Customs and Border Protection Service.

  • Game changers - five of the 20th century’s most pivotal naval battles

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    The 20th century witnessed many epic naval battles, some of which turned the course of both the first and second world wars....


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VSTEP delivers simulators to Bulgarian Naval Academy
19 September, 2014 VSTEP has delivered and deployed two new simulators at the Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy in Varna, Bulgaria, which will be used to train the academy’s naval and merchant marine...


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SSK Scorpene Class Attack Submarine
11 September, 2014 The Scorpene submarine has been jointly developed by DCNS of France (formerly DCN) and Navantia (formerly Bazan, then Izar) of Spain. Two Scorpene submarines were ordered by Chile. The...

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Global Defence Technology: Issue 43
11 September, 2014 In this issue: The US military’s green energy research, advances in regenerative medicine for injured soldiers, the US Air Force’s vintage bomber upgrades, optionally manned capabilities for...


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HMS Queen Elizabeth named in Scotland
On July 4th the Queen christened the Royal Navy's biggest ever ship, HMS Queen Elizabeth. At 65,000 tonnes, she is three times heavier than the aircraft carriers she is replacing. (Video: Ministry of Defence)



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