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  • 8 July 2009

    Sri Lankan Navy to Buy High-Speed Patrol Boats

    The Sri Lankan Navy is preparing to purchase six Israeli Super Dvora patrol boats to prevent smuggling between India and Sri Lanka. The 86ft-high speed-class of patrol boats can operate...

  • 8 July 2009

    Israeli Navy Sinks LCS Desires

    The Israeli Navy has dropped plans to buy the US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). It says it will instead consider Germany's Blohm + Voss MEKO A-100 corvette family, which...

  • 8 July 2009

    US Navy Receives Upgraded Aerial Target Vehicles

    The US Navy has received two retrofitted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), BQM-34 Firebee aerial targets, from Northrop Grumman. Of the two retrofitted BQM-34 targets the first was regenerated with present...

  • 6 July 2009

    US Navy Radars to Get Distance Support from Mikros Systems

    Mikros Systems Corporation has been awarded a $225,000 contract to provide engineering and development of distance support applications for US Navy radars for the Common Digital Sensor Architecture (CDSA) programme....

  • 6 July 2009

    US Navy Awards $42.9m Service Contract to Boeing

    The US Navy has awarded a $42.9m contract to The Boeing Company to continue providing communications network design and technical engineering services on guided missile destroyers. Under the five-year contract,...

  • 6 July 2009

    French Navy Tests NH90 Helicopter

    The French Navy has carried out compatibility tests of the NH90 military helicopter with European helicopter manufacturing company Eurocopter and French naval defence company DCNS. The companies executed the tests...

  • 6 July 2009

    Force Protection Wins Vehicle Upgrade Contract

    The US Marine Corps has awarded a $48.9m contract to ballistic- and blast-protected vehicles manufacturer Force Protection in South Carolina to install independent-suspension kit upgrades on existing war-zone vehicles. Under...

  • 2 July 2009

    US Navy Awards $60m Support Contract to FGM

    The US Navy has awarded a $60m contract to information technology company FGM to provide support services to all Net Enabled Command Capability (NECC) Systems activities for the Defense Information...

  • 2 July 2009

    Turkey Signs Submarine Deal with Germany

    Turkey has signed an agreement with Germany to jointly build six submarines for the Turkish Naval Forces. Under the agreement the Turkish Navy will get six Class-214 air-independent propulsion submarines...

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