Admiralty Shipyards Bestowed Title “Honored Admiralty”

Commander-in-Chief of the Navy Admiral Nikolai Evmenov noted the contribution of shipbuilders of the Admiralty Shipyards to domestic shipbuilding in connection with the 317th anniversary of this oldest shipbuilding enterprise, which is celebrated in November. Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, in particular, stressed that “the unique traditions that have developed for more than three centuries today allow the Admiralty Shipyards to be…

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Sevmach Presents History of Nuclear Sub Shipbuilding

Future ship engineers trained in naval educational institutions had the opportunity to study the history of nuclear submarine shipbuilding, additionally using the audio guide launched by the Sevmash enterprise. This opportunity will be used in career guidance work among cadets of higher naval educational institutions, pupils of the Nakhimov Naval School. In accordance with the instructions of the Commander-in-Chief of…

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Admiral Gorshkov in Severodvinsk for More Weapons Trials

The frigate “Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Gorshkov” made the transition from the main base of the Northern Fleet – Severomorsk on the Kola Peninsula – to the city of Severodvinsk on the White Sea to continue the program of testing modern sea-based weapons. At the sea crossing, the ship’s crew improved naval training and prepared for…

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Eastern Mediterranean – Franco-Greek Training off Crete

Friday, November 5, off the coast of Crete, the operators of the central operations of the Multi-mission Frigate (FREMM) Auvergne trained alongside their Greek counterparts of the frigate Themistokles. As part of an anti-aircraft scenario, six F-16 fighter jets of the Greek Air Force, two frigates and their air escort, consisting of two other Greek fighters, opposed the Franco-Greek device…

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Commandant Ducuing Returns from Operation Coryombe

Leaving the port of Mindelo (Cape Verde) on October 26, 2021, the High Seas Patroller (PHM) Commander Ducuing closed the chapter of the 158 th mandate of Operation CORYMBE. During two and a half months of patrol in the Gulf of Guinea, he covered more than 14,000 nautical miles (or 26,000 km) and called in seven different countries: Senegal, Ivory…

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NASA Testing Capsule Recovery with USS John P Murtha

Sailors assigned to amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Expeditionary Support Unit (ESU) One, and NASA personnel recover a boilerplate test article (BTA) launch aboard USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26) during NASA Underway Recovery Test Nine (URT-9), November 6th. This marks the ninth U.S. Navy underway recovery test in support of…

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New Program for West Africa Maritime Security

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is working to improve maritime security in West Africa and is offering a new and innovative program entitled the “IMO Whole of Government Approach to Maritime Security”. The program consists of integrated workshops and tailored support aimed at helping IMO Member States to develop National Maritime Security Committees, Risk Registers and Strategies. Peter Adams, IMO…

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New EW Gear from Elbit Systems for Royal Navy

Elbit Systems Ltd. announced today that its subsidiary, Elbit Systems UK Ltd. was awarded a contract valued at approximately $100 million (approximately £73 million) by Babcock International Group Plc. (LSE: BAB), to provide the Royal Navy with new Electronic Warfare capabilities under Increment 1 of the Maritime Electronic Warfare System Integrated Capability (MEWSIC) Program. The contract will be performed over…

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FFX Batch-II Cheonan Commissioned at HII Ulsan

The Naval and defense business office has been held on November 9th, the new howiham (FFX Batch-II) in ulsan hyundai heavy industries. Cheonan will replace the 1,500 tone-class howiham (FF) and. tone-class chogyeham (PCC) in the navy. On this day, the event was attended by the minister of defense, such as the minister of defense, the minister of defense, the…

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