The US Navy’s Columbia and Virginia-class submarine programmes are on schedule despite fears...
- US Navy submarine programmes on track despite welding problems
- US Navy to replace touchscreens with mechanical controls
- Royal Navy’s HMS Talent arrives at new Clyde naval base home
- Rheinmetall and MBDA to build HELWS demonstrator for German corvette
- BAE Systems to enhance US Navy maritime and flight systems
Australia hands over Guardian-class patrol boat to Samoa
The Australian Government has supplied a Guardian-class patrol boat to Samoa under the Pacific Maritime Security Program.
BAE Systems cuts first steel for Royal Navy’s second Type 26 frigate
BAE Systems has started construction on the HMS Cardiff during a ceremony at its shipyard in Govan on the River Clyde.
US Navy submarine programmes on track despite welding problems
The US Navy’s Columbia and Virginia-class submarine programmes are on schedule despite fears they would be delayed following welding issues on missile tubes last year.
Curtiss-Wright to support US Navy submarine programmes
Curtiss-Wright has received contracts to provide propulsion valves for the US Navy’s Columbia-class and Virginia-class submarine programmes.
Hepburn Engineering wins contract to support Canadian Navy’s JSS ships
Hepburn Engineering has secured a contract to provide replenishment-at-sea (RAS) systems for the Royal Canadian Navy’s new Joint Support Ships (JSS).
Rubicon Associates Provides Commonwealth Onsite Representative to Construct Two AOR Ships for the Royal Australian Navy
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has commissioned the construction of two auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) ships to replace the current HMA Ships Success and Sirius.
MARMC performs repair of USS Bataan’s SSTG generator
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) has repaired the ship service turbine generator (SSTG) of the US Navy’s Wasp-class amphibious assault vessel, USS Bataan.
HII fixes USS Gerald R Ford’s propulsion plant issues
Huntington Ingalls Industries - Newport News Shipbuilding (HII-NNS) and sailors have fixed the issues with the propulsion plant of the US Navy’s USS Gerald R Ford (CVN 78).
US Navy to replace touchscreens with mechanical controls
The US Navy is to replace touchscreen controls on destroyers with physical systems in 2020 after a report into the fatal 2017 USS John S McCain collision branded the controls ‘unnecessarily complex’.
Royal Navy’s HMS Talent arrives at new Clyde naval base home
The British Royal Navy’s Trafalgar-class attack submarine, HMS Talent, has arrived at HM Naval Base Clyde from its former home in Plymouth.
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