Construction Begins for Taiwanese Navy Rescue Ship

The Ministry of National Defense commissioned Taiwan International Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. to build a navy “new type of rescue ship”. On August 4, 110, at auspicious morning, the groundbreaking ceremony was held at Taiwan Shipping Company Kaohsiung Plant. Commander General Liu Zhibin co-chaired. The construction project was signed on December 4, 109, and the contract was due on August 4,…

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Taiwan Denies Frigate Delays

The Naval Command issued a press release in response to media reports that “the case of the long-delayed earthquake cruiser is expected to make a big leap forward next year.” In response to media reports that “the long-delayed case of the sea patrol ship next year is expected to make a big leap forward” B situation, the Naval Command said…

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Head of Taiwan’s Submarine Program Retires Early

July 22, 2021 (Google Translation) – In response to media reports that “Ship Commander Gao Jiabin retired ahead of schedule, the process of submarine construction may be affected”, the Navy Command stated today (22) that Lieutenant Admiral Gao Jiabin has applied for discharge. The headquarters has been soothing for many times. Since high school will have another career plan, the…

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Taiwan Naval Command Reports on Shipbuilding

May 24, 2021 (Google Translation) – In response to media reports that “the ship-building powers are still hundreds of billions of floating, China’s construction of a built submarine” and “Assistance to IDS construction of Koreans, suspected of touching confidential sensitive information” and other information, the Naval Command today (24) as follows: 1. The contents of media reports are pure speculation,…

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Taiwan May be Looking at Retired Oyashio Class Hulls for Submarine Replacement

April 23, 2020 (Google Translation) – In response to media reports that “the national construction of submarines is not so good, experts are calling for Oyashio-class submarines.” 1. The media report has not been verified and reported arbitrarily, and the content is completely inconsistent with the facts. The army expressed regret. 2. The overall planning and signing of the system…

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Taiwanese Response to “Chinese Academy of Sciences can not meet the needs of the Navy”

March 16, 2021 (Google Translation) – In response to media reports that “the Chinese Academy of Sciences can not meet the needs of the Navy” B situation, the Naval Command today (16) explained as after: First, “new generation missile cruiser” related weapons and equipment configuration system in accordance with the navy’s operational needs design and planning, the ship equipped with…

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