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Egypt interested in Russian missile corvettes

Egypt has expressed interest in an export version of Russia’s Project 21631 Buyan-M missile corvette, according to Alexander Karpov, director of Zelenodolsk Shipyard, which is building the type for the Russian Navy. The Buyan-M...

MQ-8C Fire Scout Reaches IOC

The Navy declared initial operational capability (IOC) for the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter on June 28, the service said on Monday. The Fire Scout is built by Northrop Grumman [NOC] using the Bell...

Moran Out as Next CNO As SECNAV Questions Judgment

Adm. Bill Moran, who was confirmed and set to be sworn in as the next Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) in August, has abruptly declined the appointment and decided to retire after the Secretary...

Adm. Moran Out As Next CNO, So Who’s Next?

Musical chairs will ensue in the Navy’s top ranks following the surprise resignation of the CNO nominee. Who’s on deck? …read more Read more here:: Breaking Defense (Naval)

NATO ASW exercise Dynamic Mongoose underway off Norway

Ships and submarines from Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) are taking part in the anti-submarine warfare exercise Dynamic Mongoose in the Norwegian Sea and across the Article Circle. The… [[ This is a...

France retires SSN

The French Navy announced on the Ministry of Defence (MoD) website on 3 July that its Saphir nuclear attack submarine (SSN) will be the first of six Rubis-class boats to be withdrawn from service...

Israeli companies dominate defence offsets in India

The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has revealed details about the scope of defence offsets that are under way in the country. The information shows defence companies from Israel are engaged in nearly half...

India to waiver customs duties for defence imports

India’s newly elected government announced on 5 July that the defence outlay of INR3.19 trillion (USD46.6 billion) for fiscal year 2019/20, which was first announced in February’s interim federal budget, will remain unchanged. Finance...

India to waiver customs duties for defence imports

India’s newly elected government announced on 5 July that the defence outlay of INR3.19 trillion (USD46.6 billion) for fiscal year 2019/20, which was first announced in February’s interim federal budget, will remain unchanged. Finance...

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