Germany has commissioned Baden-Württemberg, the first of a new F125-class of German Navy...
- German Navy commissions lead ship of F125-class frigates
- Fincantieri and Naval Group sign deal to create 50-50 joint venture
- UK seeks new technologies for future Royal Navy fleet
- Future Littoral Strike: regaining the Royal Navy’s global reach
- Indian Navy performs live test of submarine rescue system
India invites bids for six Project 75-I submarines construction
The Indian Government has issued an expression of interest (EoI) to identify interested domestic companies to build six conventional submarines under the national navy’s Project 75-I.
US Navy issues RFP for FFG(X) multi-mission frigate contract
The US Navy has invited companies to bid for the detail design and construction (DD&C) contract of the next-generation guided-missile frigates FFG(X).
US Navy to christen 68th Arleigh Burke-class destroyer
The US Navy’s newest Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer the future USS Daniel Inouye (DDG 118) is set to be christened at General Dynamics' Bath Iron Works subsidiary in Maine.
Australian Navy’s HMAS Arunta rejoins fleet after AMCAP upgrade
The Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) Anzac-class frigate HMAS Arunta has rejoined the fleet following completion of a 20-month-long Anzac mid-life capability assurance programme (AMCAP) upgrade.
F125 Baden-Württemberg: Germany’s Most Modern Frigate Entered Service
On 17 June, the F125 Baden-Württemberg was officially commissioned in a ceremony in the presence of German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen.
US Navy uses new airborne mine countermeasures in BALTOPS
The US Navy's Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Eight (HSC 28) has used the latest in airborne mine countermeasures (AMCM) systems in the BALTOPS exercise in the Baltic Sea.
German Navy commissions lead ship of F125-class frigates
Germany has commissioned Baden-Württemberg, the first of a new F125-class of German Navy frigate ships, during a ceremony on 17 June.
US Navy awards contract to Raytheon for precision landing systems
The US Navy has awarded a $234m initial low-rate production contract to Raytheon to manufacture 23 joint precision approach and landing systems (JPALS).
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