The US Navy is investing in unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV) for near-term deployment...
Alion wins contract to support US Navy’s unmanned subsea vehicles
Alion Science and Technology has secured a multiple-award contract (MAC) worth $794m from the US Department of Navy, Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Newport, Rhode Island.
SS Soryu Class Submarines
Soryu Class diesel-electric submarines are being built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF). Soryu Class is an improved version of the Oyashio Class submarine.
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L3 Ocean Server Announces Participation at ANTX Event
L3 OceanServer has announced its successful participation in the Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX), an annual event held at the Naval Undersea Warfare Centre in Newport, Rhode Island, US, where the future of naval technologies is demonstrated.
Splash in the ocean: the US Navy’s UUV investment
The US Navy is investing in unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV) for near-term deployment and looking into what their future capabilities could encompass. One recently tested solution is dedicated to keeping naval and commercial vessels safe and secure by detecting and disabling mines, and future solutions are set to engage enemy vessels with onboard weapons.
Project 677 Lada Class / Project 1650 Amur Class Submarines
The Project 677 Lada Class diesel-electric submarines are being built by Admiralty Shipyard for the Russian Navy. The class is also called the Petersburg Class, after the lead submarine.
Curtiss Wright – Naval-Handling Systems Brochure
Curtiss-Wright's INDAL facility combines a high level of engineering and manufacturing capability with expertise in the management of large and complex defense programmes to produce specific solutions for the world's navies.
How will the UK MoD pay for Trident in an era of funding gaps?
The UK National Audit Office expects the total cost of the Trident nuclear submarine programme to hit £50.9bn – £2.9bn over budget – on top of the £3bn the MoD has already had to find in efficiency savings. Julian Turner asks how further cutbacks can be made without compromising Trident’s mission.
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