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SAFE Boats International (SBI) has been awarded a contract modification to provide the United States Navy two (2) additional Mk VI Patrol Boats (Mk VI PB). The contract modification exercises the options available on the second Mk VI procurement contract, which was awarded to SAFE Boats in June of 2014. This brings the total number of Mk VI boats to be built by SAFE Boats to 12. The Virginia-class nuclear powered attack submarine John Warner (SSN 785) will be commissioned at US Navy's Naval Station Norfolk on August 1st, local medias announced today July 29th. The 12th Virginia-class attack submarine in the fleet is named after John Warner, a five-term Republican senator from Virginia who also served as the 61st Secretary of the Navy from 1972 to 1974. His wife Jeanne is the ship's sponsor.
 
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 08:13
 
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Navy Recognition recently had the opportunity to witness the overhaul operations (also referred as refit) of French Navy Cassard class frigate Jean Bart. This operation takes place in a dry dock located inside the French naval base of Toulon in Southern France. Navy Recognition recently had the opportunity to witness the overhaul operations (also referred as refit) of French Navy Cassard class frigate Jean Bart. This operation takes place in a dry dock located inside the French naval base of Toulon in Southern France. Read More
 
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 July 2015 12:50
 
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Navy Recognition learned that DCNS and its partner STX France recently received a risk assessment contract from the French procurement agency (DGA) to study a fully electric variant of its BRAVE replenishment tanker design. Unveiled at Euronaval 2010, DCNS updated the design of the support ship for Euronaval 2012. BRAVE served as the basis for the study contract won by DCNS and STX in 2012 as part of the future FLOTLOG program which aims at replacing the Durance class in the French Navy. Navy Recognition learned that DCNS and its partner STX France recently received a risk assessment contract from the French procurement agency (DGA) to study a fully electric variant of its BRAVE replenishment tanker design. Unveiled at Euronaval 2010, DCNS updated the design of the support ship for Euronaval 2012. BRAVE served as the basis for the study contract won by DCNS and STX in 2012 as part of the future FLOTLOG program which aims at replacing the Durance class in the French Navy.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 09:35
 
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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