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  • 17 August 2009

    Lockheed to Support US Navy Submarine Imaging System

    The US Navy has awarded a $93m contract to Lockheed Martin to provide engineering support services for the AN/BVY-1 integrated submarine imaging system (ISIS). The ISIS integrates digital video and...

  • 17 August 2009

    Indian Navy Likely to Buy Diesel Submarines

    The Indian Navy is expected to purchase diesel-powered submarines worth over Rs25,000 crore to replace its aging fleet of Russian submarines, reports the national daily Indianexpress. The formal buyout proposal...

  • 17 August 2009

    Egyptian Navy Awards $32m Support Contract to VSE

    The Egyptian Navy has awarded a $32.8m contract to the engineering and development services company VSE Corporation to provide engineering and training assistance for all the naval vessels. Under the...

  • 16 August 2009

    Polish Navy Orders New Fuel Cell for Testing

    The Polish Navy has placed an order for a new type of fuel cell to power underwater craft from Swedish engineering company Morphic Technologies. The fuel cell requested ordered by...

  • 16 August 2009

    Converteam Wins US Naval Power Contract

    The US Navy has awarded a $31m contract to French power-conversion company Converteam to supply long-lead materials for the navy's high-voltage power subsystem (HVPS) project. Under the contract, the company...

  • 13 August 2009

    CACI to Support US Navy’s Ship Self-Defence System

    The US Navy has awarded a $18m modification contract to CACI Technologies to provide engineering and technical support services for the ship self-defence system (SSDS). Under the contract, the company...

  • 13 August 2009

    Australia to Explore Domestic Submarine Technology

    The Australian Government has requested a tender for a complete domestic design study for the country's future submarine project, named SEA 1000. The project aims to build 12 submarines using...

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