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US Navy delays competition for carrier-based drones

The US Navy has revealed plans to delay the competition for new carrier-based unmanned strike and surveillance aircraft until after the completion of a comprehensive review of requirements for...

US Navy delays competition for carrier-based drones

US Navy decommissions USS Elrod

The US Navy has decommissioned the Oliver Hazard Perry-class guided-missile frigate USS Elrod at Naval Station Norfolk,...

US Navy decommissions USS Elrod

BAE to support radio communications integration on US Navy vessels

BAE Systems has been awarded a contract by the US Navy to support the design and integration of radio and communications systems on 13 surface combatant...

BAE to support radio communications integration on US Navy vessels

Orbit's Electronics Group signs US Navy contract for HMI applications

The US Navy has awarded a follow-on contract to Orbit International's Electronics Group for the delivery of additional human machine interface (HMI) applications....

Orbit's Electronics Group signs US Navy contract for HMI applications

Iran launches new version of domestic crew vessel

Iran has launched a new version of its first indigenously built crew boat, Parmida 6, which has also started its maiden voyage in the Persian...

Iran launches new version of domestic crew vessel

India considering addition of Japan's Soryu-class submarines

India is reportedly considering a project to incorporate six Japanese Soryu-class diesel-electric submarines into its fleet, as part of Project...

India considering addition of Japan's Soryu-class submarines

US Navy unveils new virtual trainer to protect vessels from missile threats

The US Navy has unveiled a new virtual trainer that will simulate air strikes and train seamen in how to protect vessels against electronic warfare...

US Navy unveils new virtual trainer to protect vessels from missile threats

Australia to donate two landing craft vessels to Philippine Navy

The Australian Government is set to donate two recently decommissioned Balikpapan-class heavy landing craft (LCH) vessels to the Philippine Navy....

Australia to donate two landing craft vessels to Philippine Navy

US NRL researchers build robotic fin for autonomous underwater vehicle

US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) researchers have designed and developed a new bio-inspired, actively controlled curvature robotic fin, which aims to deliver a low-speed propulsion system...

US NRL researchers build robotic fin for autonomous underwater vehicle

Cutlass Express 2015 multinational maritime exercise begins

Naval personnel from East Africa, South Africa, Europe, Indian Ocean nations, the US and several international organisations have started the fourth iteration of the multinational maritime...

Cutlass Express 2015 multinational maritime exercise begins

UK confirms £100m boost for Portsmouth Naval Base

The UK has confirmed plans to invest £100m for new dock facilities at Portsmouth Naval Base, in a bid to ensure it is ready to serve the future Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft...

UK confirms £100m boost for Portsmouth Naval Base

US NAVAIR awards aircraft maintenance and logistics support deal to DynCorp

The US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) has awarded a task order to DynCorp International (DI) for the provision of aircraft maintenance and logistics support for aircraft allocated to the...

US NAVAIR awards aircraft maintenance and logistics support deal to DynCorp

Babcock completes dry dock phase of HMS Trenchant

Babcock has successfully completed the flood-up process of the revalidation and assisted maintenance period (RAMP) on the UK Royal Navy's Trafalgar-class submarine HMS Trenchant, marking...

Babcock completes dry dock phase of HMS Trenchant

US ONR launches study on use of robots for military training

The US Office of Naval Research (ONR) has launched a study to look at the next-generation of avatars, robots and other human surrogates for military...

US ONR launches study on use of robots for military training

Construction begins on Philippine Navy's first sealift vessel

Indonesian state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL has started construction on the first of two strategic sealift vessels (SSVs) for the Philippine Navy (PN)....

Construction begins on Philippine Navy's first sealift vessel

Kongsberg to supply sonar and multibeam systems for Swedish submarines

Kongsberg's Maritime hydroacoustic package has been selected by Saab for integration on two Swedish Navy A19...

Kongsberg to supply sonar and multibeam systems for Swedish submarines

US Navy to start anti-terrorism force protection exercise in February

The US Navy's Commander US Fleet Forces (USFF) and Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) are set to start Exercise Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield 2015 at navy installations in the continental...

US Navy to start anti-terrorism force protection exercise in February

A&P Group to integrate military capabilities on UK RFA tankers

A&P Group has been awarded a £15m contract by the UK Ministry of Defence to add high-end military capabilities to four new Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA)...

A&P Group to integrate military capabilities on UK RFA tankers

US Navy decommissions OHP-class frigate USS Rodney M. Davis

The US Navy has decommissioned the Oliver Hazard Perry (OHP)-class guided-missile frigate USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG 60) at Naval Station...

US Navy decommissions OHP-class frigate USS Rodney M. Davis

Canadian Government awards $2.3bn AOPS contract to Irving

The Canadian Government has awarded a $2.3bn DeWolf-class arctic offshore patrol ships (AOPS) construction contract to Nova Scotia-based Irving...

Canadian Government awards $2.3bn AOPS contract to Irving

Exelis awarded US Navy ALQ-99 redesign contract

The US Naval Surface Warfare Center has awarded an interim redesign contract to Exelis to perform essential sustainment work on the ALQ-99 tactical jamming...

Exelis awarded US Navy ALQ-99 redesign contract