Revolution remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is the latest addition to the string of...
- Fincantieri and DSME drop bids for UK support vessels contract
- EC to integrate joint European defence projects into EU budget
- Stonewall names Royal Navy in top 100 LGBT-friendly employers
- From attack submarines to spies: US Navy asks more of its underwater fleet
- New kid on the dock: US Marine Corps amphibious vehicle rolls ashore
Trenton Systems Announces Release of New 24EVO All-Flash JBOD Server
Trenton Systems Inc, a manufacturer of rugged servers and workstations, processor boards, and PCIe backplanes, has announced the release of another NVMe JBOD Server, the 24EVO, for commercial, industrial, and military applications with high data throughput needs.
F125 Frigate, Multi Role Combatant and Replacement for the F122 Bremen Class Frigates
The German Navy’s latest F125 frigates can be deployed worldwide for up to two years before returning to the home base. They are capable of operating for up to 5,000h a year, even under tropical conditions.
The world’s biggest submarines
The Russian Navy's Typhoon Class submarine tops the list of the world's biggest submarines, closely followed by Russia's newest submarine the Borei Class, Oscar II Class, and the US Navy's enormous Ohio Class. Naval-technology.com profiles the world's biggest submarines, based on submerged displacement.
(Last updated: June 2019)
The world’s ten best anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopters
Helicopters with anti-submarine warfare (ASW) systems are widely deployed by naval forces as a means to counter submarines at long ranges. Naval-technology.com lists the 10 best anti-submarine warfare helicopters based on ASW equipment, range and endurance.
Revolution Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
Revolution remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is the latest addition to the string of ROVs developed by Deep Trekker, an underwater vehicle manufacturer based in Canada.
Fincantieri and DSME drop bids for UK support vessels contract
Fincantieri and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) have reportedly withdrawn from the competition to build three new UK support vessels for the Royal Navy.
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