General Dynamics Mission Systems has received a contract to upgrade and sustain fire...
- General Dynamics to support US and British submarine weapons systems
- BAE Systems wins US Navy contract for laser-guided rockets
- ABECSG begins air support for Operation Inherent Resolve
- General Dynamics integrates NMS on board USS Gabrielle Giffords LCS
- RMC and Saab sign contracts for Finnish Navy’s new corvettes
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).
NSWC Corona to unveil MAKE application to manage ammunition inventory
An information technology development team at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division in Southern California, US is set to launch its new Marine Ammunition Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) application to manage its inventory of ammunition and associated services.
Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier
The Nimitz-class aircraft carriers were the largest warships ever built until the commissioning of USS Gerald R Ford in 2017. With over 6,000 personnel (crew and aircrew), the carrier has a displacement of 102,000t and a flight deck length of 332.9m.
General Dynamics to support US and British submarine weapons systems
General Dynamics Mission Systems has received a contract to upgrade and sustain fire control systems and subsystems on the nuclear-powered ballistic-missile submarines (SSBN) operated by the US Navy and the British Royal Navy.
BAE Systems wins US Navy contract for laser-guided rockets
BAE Systems has been awarded a $2.68bn contract to deliver additional Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) laser-guided rockets to the US Navy.
Naval Group signs MoUs with firms for CANTO anti-torpedo decoy
Naval Group has signed multiple agreements with Australian firms to support the production of naval countermeasure solutions.
US Navy begins construction on new cyber warfare engineering facility
The US Navy has started construction on a new facility to provide classified research, development and operational testing for military weapon systems and cyber platforms.
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.
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