Navy Forces Naval Maritime Defense Security Industry

According to a PR published by Babcock International Group on October 6, 2022, the defence company, has been awarded the contract to deliver, install and provide in-service support for Ardent Wolf, the maritime Communications Electronic Support Measures (CESM) capability for the UK Royal Navy’s Type 23 frigates.

According to a tweet published by Ryan Chan on October 2, 2022, the Australian Minister of Defense, Richard Marles, tours the Virginia class nuclear-powered fast attack submarine USS Mississippi with the US Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

According to information published by the UK MoD on October 4, 2022, the Type 45 destroyer has undergone extensive trials around the UK throughout the summer, laying the foundations for her five sister ships as the entire class of Portsmouth-based air defence ships undergo the same upgrade.

According to information published by the Dutch MoD on September 30, 2022, the Ministry has reached an important milestone in the submarine replacement project. The quotation request is ready. In mid-November 2022, this request will be sent to the 3 candidate yards. The yards are then expected to send their bids around summer 2023.

According to a PR published by ECA Group on October 4, 2022, as part of the 3rd generation nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) program, TechnicAtome and ECA Group have recently signed a major contract for the production of the submarines’ electrical systems. The signing of the contract marks the progress of the program in its implementation phase.

According to information published by the US DoD on September 30, 2022, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen (DDG 82), the Brazilian frigate BNS União (F45), and the Tupi class submarine Tikuna conducted a 5-day maritime exercise that took place off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

Page 5 of 6