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- Australian Navy’s second AWD Brisbane begins sea trials
- BAE Systems wins $139.8m contract to upgrade USS Tortuga
- Russian Navy’s first Borey-A submarine SSBN Knyaz Vladimir floated out
- Defence Minister names two new AOR ships for Australian Navy
- Queen to commission Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth on 7 December
Australian Navy’s second AWD Brisbane begins sea trials
The Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) newest air warfare destroyer (AWD) NUSHIP Brisbane has started its first phase of sea trials.
BAE Systems wins $139.8m contract to upgrade USS Tortuga
The US Navy has awarded a new $139.8m contract to BAE Systems for the upgrade and modernisation of its Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship, USS Tortuga (LSD 46).
Russian Navy’s first Borey-A submarine SSBN Knyaz Vladimir floated out
The Russian Navy’s first Borey-A-class strategic ballistic missile submarine, SSBN Knyaz Vladimir, has been floated out at the Sevmash enterprise in Severodivnsk.
Defence Minister names two new AOR ships for Australian Navy
Australian Defence Minister Marise Payne has announced the names of two of the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) new auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) vessels.
Queen to commission Royal Navy’s HMS Queen Elizabeth on 7 December
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is set to formally commission the British Royal Navy's future flagship Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth on 7 December.
Bergen to upgrade Norwegian Navy’s SS Statsraad Lehmkuhl ship
Bergen Group Services has secured a new contract to carry out the relevant maintenance and upgrade works on the Norwegian Navy's training vessel, SS Statsraad Lehmkuhl.
French Navy’s fifth ASW FREMM frigate concludes sea trials
The fifth French anti-submarine warfare (ASW) frégate européenne multi-mission (FREMM) frigate, Bretagne, has successfully completed its first sea trials in Lorient.
Singapore Navy commissions two new littoral mission vessels
The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) has commissioned two of its newest Independence-class littoral mission vessels (LMVs), RSS Sovereignty and RSS Unity.
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