August 2011 Naval Defense Industry and Military Navy News
 
 

DRAGON, the fourth Type 45 anti-air warfare destroyer built by BAE Systems for British Royal Navy
 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom: DRAGON, the fourth Type 45 anti-air warfare destroyer built by BAE Systems for the Royal Navy, has arrived in Portsmouth Naval Base, where she will be handed over to the Ministry of Defence (MOD) at a ceremony today.

Portsmouth, United Kingdom: DRAGON, the fourth Type 45 anti-air warfare destroyer built by BAE Systems for the Royal Navy, has arrived in Portsmouth Naval Base, where she will be handed over to the Ministry of Defence (MOD) at a ceremony today.

 

GHOST, the First Super-Cavitating Ship by Juliet Marine Systems, Inc.
 
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. --- Juliet Marine Systems, Inc. (JMS) announced today that the US Navy/USPTO have removed Secrecy Orders previously applied to GHOST. For the first time, Juliet Marine is able to release photographs of GHOST, the first super-cavitating craft, to the public. GHOST was designed and built by US citizens for the US Navy at no cost to the government to protect US sailors, servicemen and servicewomen.

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. --- Juliet Marine Systems, Inc. (JMS) announced today that the US Navy/USPTO have removed Secrecy Orders previously applied to GHOST. For the first time, Juliet Marine is able to release photographs of GHOST, the first super-cavitating craft, to the public. GHOST was designed and built by US citizens for the US Navy at no cost to the government to protect US sailors, servicemen and servicewomen.

 

Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier stops Libyan operations
 
The french aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle was deployed since March 22, 2011 as part of the military intervention put in place in accordance with UN resolution 1973. The Charles de Gaulle left the operation and should rally its base of Toulon, on August 12.

The french aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle was deployed since March 22, 2011 as part of the military intervention put in place in accordance with UN resolution 1973. The Charles de Gaulle left the operation and should rally its base of Toulon, on August 12.

 

PLAN's first aircraft carrier starts sea trial
 
China's first aircraft carrier has begun its inaugural sea trial, the defence ministry said Wednesday.

China's first aircraft carrier has begun its inaugural sea trial, the defence ministry said Wednesday.
"According to trial plans, the first sea trial will not take long," the defence ministry said in a statement.
"After returning to the shipyard (in the port city of Dalian), the carrier will continue its refit and test work."

 

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