The Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) management of critical infrastructure projects on nuclear-registered sites...
- MOD nuclear infrastructure over budget and behind schedule
- General Dynamics to support US and British submarine weapons systems
- US Navy shipyard repairs could cost billions more than planned
- RUSI report investigates future UK amphibious forces role
- US Navy’s AAG performs 22 aircraft arrestments in testing
MOD nuclear infrastructure over budget and behind schedule
The Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) management of critical infrastructure projects on nuclear-registered sites has led to a combined cost increase of £1.35bn and delays of 1 to 6 years according to a report from the National Audit Office (NAO).
General Dynamics to support US and British submarine weapons systems
General Dynamics Mission Systems has received a contract to upgrade and sustain fire control systems and subsystems on the nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines (SSBN) operated by the US Navy and the British Royal Navy.
USMC delivers enhancements to utility task vehicles
The US Marine Corps (USMC) is upgrading the utility task vehicles (UTVs) to deliver improved performance and safety to the platforms.
Saab wins contract to provide subsystems for USMC G/ATOR
Saab has secured a contract from Northrop Grumman to supply subsystems for the Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) of the US Marine Corps (USMC).
November’s top news stories
The Indian Government cleared a potential procurement of Boeing-built P-8I maritime surveillance aircraft, and the Australian Department of Defence announced that the Royal Australian Navy’s landing helicopter docks reached final operational capability. Naval-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from November 2019.
US Navy contracts Fairbanks Morse to provide engines for ESB 7 ship
The US Navy has selected Fairbanks Morse to provide engines for its seventh Expeditionary Sea Base Ship (ESB).
US Navy selects KBR for Shore Global C4ISR Installations IDIQ contract
The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) has awarded KBR US Government Solutions a position on the Shore Global C4ISR Installations indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract.
US Navy shipyard repairs could cost billions more than planned
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that the $21bn set aside for maintenance of naval Shipyards is not enough to complete the required works.
Royal Australian Navy to trial advanced 3D printing technology
Royal Australian Navy is set to deploy locally developed 3D printing technology as part of a trial that is expected to bolster its maintenance efforts.
RUSI report investigates future UK amphibious forces role
The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) has released a paper setting out the emerging role of littoral areas in the future operating environment and how this shapes the UK’s plans for littoral strike forces and future commandos.
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