FS Pegase Takes Part in Exercise Northern Coast 2021

From September 10 to 23, 2021, the Tripartite Mine Hunter (CMT) Pegasus participated in Exercise Northern Coast 2021 (NOCO 21). This joint multilateral exercise, which took place in the Baltic Sea, brought together naval forces from NATO countries and European partners including Sweden, host nation of the 2021 edition, Germany, Poland, Estonia. , Latvia, Lithuania and Norway. The exercise scenario…

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The Navy at the Heart of Digital Technology

“A digital navy for operational superiority in the face of new threats”, such is the theme of the MArine du Numérique, Information and Communication sysTems and Cyber ​​Seminar (SEMANTIC²) which was held in Toulon on the 29th and 30th. September. As close as possible to the forces, this seminar aimed to discuss the structuring issues of digital tools, connectivity and…

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Fincantieri Launches Third Corvette for Qatar

The technical launch of “Al Khor”, the third of the Al Zubarah class corvette ordered to Fincantieri by the Qatari Ministry of Defence within the national naval acquisition program, took place September 30th at the Muggiano (La Spezia) shipyard. The vessel will be delivered in 2022. The ceremony, held in a restricted format and in full compliance with anti-contagion requirements,…

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Pacific Airshow Returns to Huntington Beach

Pacific Airshow will blast into Huntington Beach, October 1-3. This year’s Airshow will be bigger than ever with all three North American jet teams – U.S. Navy Blue Angels, Canadian Forces Snowbirds and now the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, appearing together for only the second time in history. Afterburner Music Festival, the Official After Party of Pacific Airshow and the…

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Great Lakes Shipyard Awarded Government Contracts

Great Lakes Shipyard, a division of The Great Lakes Towing Company, Cleveland, OH, USA, announced that it has recently been awarded government contracts amounting to more than $1.9 million. The contracts include haul out, maintenance, and repair work of the following vessels: U.S. Coast Guard Cutter KATMAI BAY; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -Detroit District Floating Plant (Tug DEMOLEN and…

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Shipbuilding Museum Opened at Nizhny Novgorod Shipyard

Reconstructed for the 800th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod and the 325th anniversary of the Russian fleet, the history museum of PJSC Krasnoe Sormovo Plant (part of the USC) was opened for visitors. The work was carried out at the expense of the enterprise. After the reconstruction, the territory of the museum expanded: an open-air exhibition area appeared, the archives were…

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RFS Moskva & Ladnyy Hold Combat Training in the Black Sea

The crews of the Guards Order of Nakhimov missile cruiser (GRKR) “Moscow” and the escort ship (SKR) “Ladny” of the Black Sea Fleet conducted a complex of naval combat exercises with artillery firing at sea combat training ranges. In the Black Sea, the crews practiced the tasks of combat maneuvering, search, detection and destruction of sea mines and sea targets,…

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Forceful Blow Against the Gulf Clan in the Pacific

111 semi-submersibles have been seized from 2018 to date. From the Bahía Málaga Naval Base in the Colombian Pacific, Defense Minister Diego Molano unveiled a major coup against the Clan del Golfo with ‘Operation Senen’, which resulted in the seizure of a semi-submersible, a neutralization and the capture of three members of the organization. “Thanks to the work of our…

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“Coordinated Maritime Presences” in the Gulf of Guinea

Marceglia ship , recently entered the Operation Area in the Gulf of Guinea, carried out an intense training activity off the Ivory Coast with the Spanish patrol vessel Vigia , in the context of cooperation with the navies of the EU countries. The exercise was conducted with the aim of testing the operational readiness of the alarm chain between the…

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