All articles by Harry Lye

  1. HMS Northumberland takes part in a mock submarine hunt

    The UK Royal Navy and allies from NATO have undertaken a mock submarine hunt as part of the Cutlass Fury…
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    17 Sep
  2. Royal Navy selects Babcock for new Type 31 Frigates

    The Royal Navy has selected Babcock as its preferred bidder to build the UK’s new fleet of five Type 31…
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    12 Sep
  3. Dstl’s Intelligent Ship and the future of the Royal Navy

    What does the warship of the future look like? Is it armed with stealth technology, advanced radar, railguns and lasers? Or,…
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    10 Sep
  4. US Navy pushes connectivity for innovation

    The US Navy wants to increase innovation across the department by developing five ‘tech bridges’ to better connect it with…
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    6 Sep
  5. Royal Navy awards QinetiQ £18.7m for silent ships and submarines

    The Royal Navy has awarded QinetiQ an £18.7m Operational Assessment of Signatures Informing Susceptibility (OASIS) contract to reduce the acoustic…
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    30 Aug
  6. UK Royal Marines imagine high-tech future commandos

    The UK Royal Marines have partnered with engineering graduates from the UK Naval Engineering Science and Technology Forum (UKNEST) to…
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    26 Aug
  7. Frigates to lead naval vessel market in next ten years: GlobalData

    Frigates take lead from destroyers By 2029 destroyers are set to be overtaken by frigates as the vessel with the…
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    21 Aug
  8. US Navy plans corvette-sized unmanned fleet

    The US Navy is planning to build a fleet of 10 corvette-sized large unmanned surface vessels (LUSV) within the next…
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    19 Aug
  9. US Navy submarine programmes on track despite welding problems

    UPDATE 16/08/19: Corrected headline, inclusion of comment from BWX Technologies, correction on delivery of faulty missile tubes. The US Navy’s…
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    15 Aug
  10. US Navy to replace touchscreens with mechanical controls

    The US Navy is to replace touchscreen controls on destroyers with physical systems in 2020 after a report into the…
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    12 Aug
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