USCGC Tahoma completes North Atlantic fisheries patrol

January 26, 2021 – USCGC Tahoma (WMEC 908) returned to Kittery, Maine, Tuesday after a 58-day fisheries patrol in the Northern Atlantic. The crew’s efforts support the Coast Guard 1st District’s living marine resource priorities of ensuring the safety of life at sea and protection of fisheries resources in a region home to one of the nation’s largest economies. “The…

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U.S. Navy Conducts Interoperability with NATO in Black Sea

January 23, 2021 – The U.S. Navy and NATO Air Command conducted 2021’s first joint maritime and air training mission in the Black Sea Jan. 23. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG 75); one U.S. Navy P-8 Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance Aircraft from VP-46 out of Sigonella, Italy,; and NATO Air Command aircraft E-3A Airborne Warning and Control…

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Singapore Navy Inaugurates Maritime Security and Response Flotilla

January 26, 2021 – Chief of Navy Rear-Admiral Aaron Beng officiated at the inauguration ceremony of the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN)’s Maritime and Security Response Flotilla (MSRF) at RSS Singapura – Changi Naval Base this morning. The new flotilla will add capacity and build capabilities to protect Singapore’s territorial waters and respond to expanded maritime security threats. The MSRF…

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Sevmash renews laboratory and research facilities

January 27, 2021 (Google Translation) – At Sevmash (part of the USC) laboratory and research facilities have been significantly updated. In 2020, the research, technological and testing center of Sevmash (NITITs) was replenished with 55 new devices of the latest generation. The use of new technology has increased the reliability, accuracy and productivity of a wide range of control operations,…

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Rolls-Royce Awarded US Navy Research Contract

January 20, 2021 – Rolls-Royce has been awarded $1 million of research funding from the US Government for digital foreign object debris (FOD) detection technology. The year-long research contract from the US Navy, will help to further develop and validate Rolls-Royce’s FanSense debris monitoring system, which is currently supporting the Pegasus engine. FanSense works by analyzing the shaft speed signal…

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