The British-French Combined Joint Expeditionary Force (CJEF) gives the UK and France a...
- At sea with the Anglo-French Combined Joint Expeditionary Force
- Indo-Pacific nations begin maritime exercise Pacific Vanguard
- US Navy converts Los Angeles-class submarine into moored training ship
- Royal Marines refine skills during desert war games with USMC
- US and partner nations begin International Maritime Exercise 2019
Australian Navy’s training centre expansion at Randwick complete
St Hilliers has successfully completed the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) training systems centre expansion at Randwick Barracks.
Littoral Combat Ship (LCS)
The littoral combat ship (LCS) is a new family of surface ships for the US Navy. The LCS is a fast, highly manoeuvrable, networked surface combat ship, which is a specialised variant of the family of US future surface combat ships known as DD(X).
CSCS launches first training event inside US Navy’s combat simulator
The Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS) has launched its first training event inside the On-Demand Trainer (ODT), the US Navy’s newest combat simulator.
Australian Navy to form centralised combat support agency
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is set to form a centralised warfighting support agency to help meet the service’s increasing demands.
At sea with the Anglo-French Combined Joint Expeditionary Force
The British-French Combined Joint Expeditionary Force (CJEF) gives the UK and France a quick-reaction force capable of mobilising at a moment’s notice. Harry Lye joined Exercise Griffin Strike in Scotland to see the CJEF in action and speak to the chiefs of both countries’ navies.
India and Russia begin Indra 2019 joint tri-services exercise
The Indian and Russian Armed Forces have commenced the Indra 2019 joint exercise designed to improve interoperability and the relationship between the two nations.
Pentagon suspends operational training for Saudi military students
The Pentagon has ordered the temporary suspension of operational training for more than 800 Saudi students in the US after the recent Pensacola shooting.
November’s top news stories
The Indian Government cleared a potential procurement of Boeing-built P-8I maritime surveillance aircraft, and the Australian Department of Defence announced that the Royal Australian Navy’s landing helicopter docks reached final operational capability. Naval-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from November 2019.
Australia and partner nations conclude Exercise DUGONG 19
Mine warfare and dive teams from five countries have concluded the 18th iteration of Exercise Dugong at Fleet Base West, Rockingham in Western Australia.
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