The Alexandrit-class (Project 12700) mine countermeasures vessels are being built by Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard,...
ASC to provide training services for RAN’s Collins-class submariners
The Australian Department of Defence has awarded a contract extension to shipbuilding company ASC for the delivery of training services.
Rim of the Pacific 2018 international maritime exercise concludes
The world's largest international maritime exercise, Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2018, has concluded in the waters surrounding the Hawaiian Islands.
Arleigh Burke Class (Aegis) Destroyer
The first Arleigh Burke Class Aegis destroyer was commissioned in 1991. Contracts for the destroyers were split between the Northrop Grumman Ship Systems (formerly Litton Ingalls Shipbuilding) (28 ships), based in Pascagoula, Mississippi and the General Dynamics subsidiary, Bath Iron Works, based in Maine (34 ships).
US Navy’s FCC/C10F develops new cyber simulation training methods
The US Navy's Fleet Cyber Command / US 10th Fleet (FCC / C10F) has developed new training methods that are designed to enable operators to improve their skills in a realistic and challenging environment.
Multinational maritime exercise Sea Breeze concludes in Ukraine
The multinational maritime exercise Sea Breeze, which was co-hosted by US and Ukraine, has concluded in Odessa, Ukraine.
British Royal Navy pilots complete latest F-35 flight simulation tests
British Royal Navy pilots have completed the latest set of simulator trials using the F-35 Lightning II flight simulator at BAE Systems site in Warton, Lancashire.
Annual multinational maritime Exercise Sea Breeze 2018 commences
The 18th iteration of the annual multinational exercise Sea Breeze is underway in Odessa and the Shiroky Lan training range in Ukraine.
P-8A Poseidon Maritime Surveillance Aircraft
In June 2004, the US Navy announced the selection of the Boeing multimission maritime aircraft, 737 MMA, and awarded a contract to Boeing for the system development and demonstration phase of the programme for the US Navy's next-generation maritime surveillance aircraft.
British Royal Marines participate in Exercise Green Dragon in Dartmoor
The British Royal Marines have carried out this year's Exercise Green Dragon at Dartmoor in southern Devon, England, in order to test all of the logistics regiment's components.
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