BWX Technologies’ (BWXT) subsidiaries have entered into a pricing agreement on new contracts,...
- BWXT subsidiaries reach $2.1bn deal for naval nuclear reactor components
- Thales to develop autonomous marine systems with University of Southampton
- Defence firms win C$60bn Canadian Surface Combatants design contract
- Rosyth shipyard job losses could lead to ‘yawning skills gap’, says Unite
- US NAVSEA develops cold spray technique for ship maintenance
US Navy commissions littoral combat ship USS Tulsa
The US Navy has commissioned Independence-variant littoral combat ship (LCS) USS Tulsa (LCS 16) as the newest surface combatant during a ceremony in San Francisco.
Australia selects Raytheon to deliver Aegis combat systems integration
The Australian Department of Defence has chosen Raytheon Australia to work as the country’s Aegis combat systems integration agent.
Indonesia close to signing contract for more attack submarines
Indonesia is on the verge of sealing a deal in the coming months to procure three more diesel-electric attack submarines from South Korea for its navy.
US Navy’s future LCS USS Cincinnati concludes acceptance trials
The US Navy’s future Independence-class littoral combat ship USS Cincinnati (LCS 20), built by Austal, has successfully completed acceptance trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
FREMM European Multimission Frigate, France / Italy
The FREMM European multi-mission frigate is a joint programme between France and Italy. It will build 21 FREMM frigates for the French Navy and the Italian Navy.
Papua New Guinea commissions first Guardian-class patrol boat
The Papua New Guinea Defence Force has commissioned the first Guardian-class patrol boat during a ceremony held at Port Moresby.
BWXT subsidiaries reach $2.1bn deal for naval nuclear reactor components
BWX Technologies’ (BWXT) subsidiaries have entered into a pricing agreement on new contracts, valued at $2.1bn in total, to manufacture naval nuclear reactor components and fuel for the US Navy.
BAE Systems wins $114.5m USS Bulkeley modernisation contract
BAE Systems has been awarded a $114.5m contract to upgrade the US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Bulkeley (DDG 84).
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