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Leidos successfully conducts first self-guided voyage of prototype maritime system

Leidos has successfully conducted the first self-guided voyage of its prototype maritime autonomy system between Gulfport and Pascagoula, Mississippi,...

Leidos successfully conducts first self-guided voyage of prototype maritime system

F-35C Lightning II delivered to US Marine Corps

The F-35C Lightning II carrier variant has been delivered to the US Marine Corps (USMC) from the Lockheed Martin plant in Fort Worth, Texas,...

F-35C Lightning II delivered to US Marine Corps

US Navy Secretary announces creation of new task force innovation

The US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has announced the creation of a new task force innovation (TFI), which will develop a comprehensive innovation...

US Navy Secretary announces creation of new task force innovation

US Navy's IRST system enters low-rate initial production

The US Navy has given its approval for low-rate initial production of the F/A-18 Super Hornet infrared search and track (IRST) system, which has been developed and integrated by Boeing and...

US Navy's IRST system enters low-rate initial production

UK Royal Navy's HMS Penzance successfully conducts maritime protection exercise in Gulf

The UK Royal Navy's HMS Penzance has successfully assessed the defence capabilities of navies protecting Persian Gulf oil...

UK Royal Navy's HMS Penzance successfully conducts maritime protection exercise in Gulf

US Navy to start integration of enlisted female sailors on submarines

The US Navy will allow enlisted female sailors to serve on submarines, following the successful integration of female...

US Navy to start integration of enlisted female sailors on submarines

Russia considering supply of AIP-equipped submarines to India

Russia has reportedly expressed an interest in supplying air-independent propulsion (AIP)-equipped submarines to the Indian Navy, if a tender is floated, a senior official from Russia's...

Russia considering supply of AIP-equipped submarines to India

Hindustan Shipyard and Hyundai sign MoU to build Indian submarines

India-based Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) and South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to construct submarines for...

Hindustan Shipyard and Hyundai sign MoU to build Indian submarines

Saab and Damen partner for future Walrus-class submarine replacement project

Saab has signed a collaboration deal with Damen Shipyards to bid for the Netherlands' Walrus-class submarine replacement...

Saab and Damen partner for future Walrus-class submarine replacement project

Salient Federal to support US Navy's C4ISR systems

The US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Training Development Support Center (TDSC) has awarded three task orders to Salient Federal...

Salient Federal to support US Navy's C4ISR systems

US Navy warships on standby for possible evacuation in Yemen

The US Navy has stationed the Wasp-class amphibious assault vessel USS Iwo Jima and the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship USS Fort McHenry on standby for the potential evacuation of US...

US Navy warships on standby for possible evacuation in Yemen

Wincanton wins BAE's shipbuilding operation support contract

BAE Systems has awarded a contract to Wincanton to deliver logistics and warehousing services for its UK shipbuilding...

Wincanton wins BAE's shipbuilding operation support contract

US Navy successfully launches third MUOS satellite

The US Navy has successfully launched its third mobile-user objective system (MUOS-3) satellite on the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V evolved expendable launch vehicle (EELV) 551, from...

US Navy successfully launches third MUOS satellite

Indian Navy developing policy to allow female officers to serve on warships

The Indian Navy is reportedly working on a policy to allow female officers to serve on...

Indian Navy developing policy to allow female officers to serve on warships

Saab and Polish Navy test RBS15 Mk3 missile

Saab and the Polish Navy have successfully completed sea acceptance testing of the RBS15 Mk3 missile, paving the way for its integration onboard the navy's Orkan-class fast-attack...

Saab and Polish Navy test RBS15 Mk3 missile

US Navy to decommission USS Peleliu

The US Navy is set to decommission its last general-purpose Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA 5), at Naval Base San Diego, US, on 31...

US Navy to decommission USS Peleliu

HMCS Toronto successfully completes seven-month Nato Reassurance deployment

The Royal Canadian Navy's HMCS Toronto has successfully returned to its home port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, after completing its seven-month deployment for Nato's Operation...

HMCS Toronto successfully completes seven-month Nato Reassurance deployment

BAE signs US Navy's Aegis support contract

BAE Systems has signed a contract with the US Navy to deliver critical system engineering, integration and testing support for its Aegis combat...

BAE signs US Navy's Aegis support contract

French Navy successfully tests Aster 30 missile

The French Navy has successfully completed test-firing of the Aster 30 surface-to-air missile on Chevalier Paul, an air defence...

French Navy successfully tests Aster 30 missile

Chinese Navy commissions new Huanggang missile destroyer

The Chinese Navy has commissioned a new 4,000t Huanggang guided-missile destroyer at Zhoushan Port in Zhejiang...

Chinese Navy commissions new Huanggang missile destroyer

Irvin selected for $1.9bn Canadian AOPS contract

Nova Scotia-based Irving Shipbuilding has been selected by the Canadian Government to carry out construction work on arctic offshore patrol ships (AOPS), according to...

Irvin selected for $1.9bn Canadian AOPS contract