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‘Kalvari’, the first of the Scorpene class submarines, being built at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd Mumbai (MDL), went to sea for the first time on 01 May 16. The submarine sailed out at about 1000 hrs under her own propulsion for the first sea trial, off the Mumbai coast and during the sortie. A number of number of preliminary tests on the propulsion system, Auxiliary Equipment and Systems, Navigation Aids, Communication Equipment and Steering gear... ‘Kalvari’, the first of the Scorpene class submarines, being built at the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd Mumbai (MDL), went to sea for the first time on 01 May 16. The submarine sailed out at about 1000 hrs under her own propulsion for the first sea trial, off the Mumbai coast and during the sortie. A number of number of preliminary tests on the propulsion system, Auxiliary Equipment and Systems, Navigation Aids, Communication Equipment and Steering gear. Read More
 
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Last Updated on Monday, 02 May 2016 16:16
 
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Work to create the latest 3K-22 multi-service missile complex armed with Tsirkon 3M-22 missiles and designed by NPO Mashinostroeniya Military-Industrial Corporation in the town of Reutov in Moscow region has been ongoing since 2011. The Military-Industrial Courier newspaper said the 3M-22 complex is armed with an anti-ship missile which is a continuation of heavy missiles Bazalt, Granit, and Onyx to destroy surface-going naval... Work to create the latest 3K-22 multi-service missile complex armed with Tsirkon 3M-22 missiles and designed by NPO Mashinostroeniya Military-Industrial Corporation in the town of Reutov in Moscow region has been ongoing since 2011. The Military-Industrial Courier newspaper said the 3M-22 complex is armed with an anti-ship missile which is a continuation of heavy missiles Bazalt, Granit, and Onyx to destroy surface-going naval... Read More
 
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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 April 2016 17:10
 
DSA 2016 Online Show Daily
 
DSA 2016 will ride on the success of DSA 2014 and will anticipate the participation of some 1,000 companies from the global defence and security sector from more than 50 countries and regions. More than 26 International Pavilions are expected to participate to engage with more than 300 VIP Delegations from more than 44 countries. Follow the 2016 event with Navy Recognition on site show coverage. DSA 2016 will ride on the success of DSA 2014 and will anticipate the participation of some 1,000 companies from the global defence and security sector from more than 50 countries and regions. More than 26 International Pavilions are expected to participate to engage with more than 300 VIP Delegations from more than 44 countries. Follow the 2016 event with Navy Recognition on site show coverage.
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DSA 2016 Naval News
 
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 April 2016 07:17
 
Naval Forces Vessels & Equipment
 
» Barracuda Suffren SSN
» LRASM missile US Navy.
» Type 052D DDG PLAN.
» Khareef class OPV Oman.

» CMN Shipyard, France.
» PIRIOU Shipyard, France.
» Soryu class SSK JMSDF.
» 22DDH Izumo class Helicopter Destroyer JMSDF.
» Ocean Eagle 43 MH Mine Hunter CMN.
» C Sword 90 Stealth Corvette CMN.
» Combattante FS46 Fast Attack Craft CMN.
» Ticonderoga Class CG Missile Cruise US Navy.
» Arleigh Burke Flight I & Flight II DDG US Navy.
» Formidable class Frigate RSN Singapore.
 
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 July 2015 12:58
 
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According to China Daily, China's aviation industry is working on the development of aircraft with short takeoff and vertical landing capabilities needed for an important role in the Chinese navy's future operations, military experts said. "Research and development on components of STOVL aircraft, such as the engine, have started," Wang Ya'nan, deputy editor-in-chief of Aerospace Knowledge magazine, told China Daily. China's aviation industry is working on the development of STOVL naval jet needed for an important role in the Chinese navy's future operations.
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