Summer Training Camp at Capu Midia

90 students of the “Mihai Viteazul” National Military College from Alba Iulia were in the summer training camp on June 10-17 in the National Training Center for Air Defense “Brigadier General Ion Bungescu”, from Capu Midia. The instructors prepared practical-applied activities for them, and the students will put into practice the notions accumulated during the military training classes. The activities…

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Amphibious Capabilities Enhanced

The amphibious Exercise Sea Explorer 2022 has come to an end. The exercise was held at Cowley Beach in North Queensland from May 30 to June 16, and 1400 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel took part in the ship-to-shore training. This integration of sailors, soldiers and aviators strengthened the Australian amphibious force’s (AAF) capability to generate an effective ground combat…

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Project 20360M Gennady Dmitriev Under Tow to “Delivery Base”

On June 17, 2022, the project 20360M sea transport of weapons, serial number 01551 “Gennady Dmitriev”, went to the external delivery base of the enterprise for completion. Transportation of the ship will take about one month. At the moment, the technical readiness of the order under construction is 85%. It is necessary to install a superstructure, a wheelhouse, a crane…

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Keel Laying of the First Bulgarian Navy Patrol Vessel

The keel of the first MMPV for Bulgarian Navy was laid at MTG Dolphin in Varna June 17th. The first keel block, weighting 47 tons, was laid over “lucky coins” in a traditional shipbuilding ceremony. Commander of the Navy Rear admiral Kiril Mihaylov announced the name of the new vessel, which will be “Hrabri”, meaning “Brave” in Bulgarian – proud…

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HMS Audacious on NATO Mediterranean Security Patrol

The Royal Navy’s newest and most advanced nuclear attack submarine carried out NATO security patrols in the Mediterranean on her maiden operational deployment. HMS Audacious is the fourth of seven new cutting-edge £1.3bn Astute-class submarines, which are the largest, most advanced and most powerful attack submarines ever operated the Royal Navy. The submarine joined her sisters – HMS Astute, Ambush…

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Communist China Launches Third Carrier

China on Friday launched the country’s third aircraft carrier and also its second domestically developed one in Shanghai, a move experts said is a milestone for the vessel’s construction and future commissioning. Having a displacement of more than 80,000 tons, the carrier, named Fujian, is the country’s first one equipped with electromagnetic catapults and arresting devices. As a key landmark…

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India & Indonesia Conduct PASSEX in the Java Sea

Two Warships of the Republic of Indonesia (KRI) Tomo (TOM) – 357 and KRI Usman Harun (USH) – 359 held a Passing Exercise (PASSEX) with elements of the Indian Navy, namely INS Sahyadri-F49 and INS Kamorta-P28, in the waters of the Java Sea. Saturday, (19/06/2022). The four warships of these two friendly countries carried out the exercise by forming the…

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Rear Admiral Dave Goggins to Support AUKUS Program

Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro, announced that Rear Adm. Dave Goggins has been selected as a Special Assistant in support of the on-going Australia – United Kingdom – United States (AUKUS) partnership’s effort on June 17. Goggins is currently the Program Executive Officer Attack Submarines (PEO SSN), and will be relieved by Rear Adm. Jonathon Rucker. Goggins will…

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NATO Resumes Operation Sea Guardian in the Mediterranean

NATO task group led by Commander Juan Jose Izquierdo (ESP N) on board flagship frigate ESPS Reina Sofia departed from Rota Naval Base June 20th to patrol the Western Mediterranean Sea as part of NATO’s Operation Sea Guardian (OSG). A submarine from Italy, air units from Canada, Portugal, Spain and other NATO naval units while transiting in the region will…

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