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Bisalloy Launches New ADGM Website

Bisalloy Steels has extended its international market presence with the launch of a new BISALLOY branded website by its South African partner, ADG Mobility (ADGM).

New kid on the dock: US Marine Corps amphibious vehicle rolls ashore

In June, the US Marine Corps (USMC) awarded BAE Systems a $198 million contract to build 30 Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) on a low-rate production basis. Berenice Baker takes a look at the eight-wheeled platform designed to replace the venerable Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV), which has been in service since 1972 and repeatedly upgraded.

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.

July’s top news stories

Bell Boeing wins a $4.19bn contract for CMV-22B Osprey production work, the US awards a $450m contract for MMSC production for Saudi Arabia and USS Coronado and VX 1 conclude IOT&E for the US Navy's MQ-8C Fire Scout. Naval-technology.com wraps up key headlines from July 2018.

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