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Air Cushion, CATamaran Contribute to an Innovative British Hybrid Landing Craft...

An innovative high speed landing craft soon to be tested by the British MOD will enable the Navy to explore the feasibility of operating...

Israel Turns to Germany for Naval Stealth Ships

Israel is interested in acquiring two corvette size ships to extend its naval operational capabilities. After analyzing the U.S. Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), Israel decided...

French Amphibious Assault Ships for the Russian Navy

Paris February, 2010: The Russian Defense Ministry is negotiating procurement of additional three Mistral class amphibious assault ships from France. The estimated cost of each...

Navy receives New and Improved Amphibious Assault Ship (LHD-8) Makin Island

Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding delivered the eighth Wasp class amphibious assault ship Makin Island (LHD 8) to the U.S. Navy on April 16, 2009. Second...

Boeing Launches Free Electron Laser (FEL) Weapon Demonstrator to Protect Future...

The Boeing Company is developing a new megawatt scale laser weapon for the U.S. Navy. This power level is considered essential for ship...

US Navy Launches New High Speed Vessel Program (JHSV)

Awarded $185 Million contract to Mobile Alabama based shipbuilder Austal USA for the construction of the lead vessel. The 10 ship program has a...

LHA-6 Amphibious Assault Vessel

Northrop Grumman received a $2.4 billion construction order from the US Navy, for the detail design and construction of a new amphibious assault ship,...

GOWIND Littoral Patrol Vessel Promoted to Asia at IMDEX 09

DCNS is introducing Gowind at IMDEX, a new family of ocean-capable 85 – 105 meter vessels with displacements ranging from 1,000 to 2,500 metric...

Remotely Controlled Turrets Protecting Naval vessels

The growing threat of hit-and-run and suicide attacks on naval vessels operating in littoral water is motivating the world navies to equip their vessels...

HMS Clyde, a New Offshore Patrol Vessel (Helicopter) for the Royal...

HMS Clyde, the first ship to be built in Portsmouth Naval Base for nearly 40 years, was named on Thursday 7 September 2006. The...
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