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Category: Naval

Philippines receive Lynx Wildcats

The Philippines has received its two AgustaWestland AW159 Lynx Wildcat maritime helicopters from Leonardo’s Yeovil production facility in the United Kingdom. Delivery of the two anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and anti-surface warfare (ASuW) helicopters to...

Navy Walks Thinning Line On Sub Programs

Virginia class subs are suffering delivery delays of up to seven months, potentially placing the Columbia — slated to be the backbone of the nation’s nuclear triad — at risk. …read more Read more...

RFA Fort Victoria completes life extension refit

Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Fort Victoria has completed a year-long, £44 million refit, which will enable her to remain in service until 2025. The phase two of upgrades on the ship were completed by…...

RFA Fort Victoria completes life extension refit

Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Fort Victoria has completed a year-long, £44 million refit, which will enable her to remain in service until 2025. The phase two of upgrades on the ship were completed by…...

Sailor can’t pee unless someone is watching

SAN DIEGO — Retiring Chief Petty Officer Joe Andrews hasn’t peed without someone watching him in 22 years and isn’t about to start now. “At first, I thought all the meat gazing was weird,”...

India retires destroyer Ranjit after 36 years of service

The Indian Navy decommissioned its third Rajput-class destroyer INS Ranjit in a ceremony at Naval Dockyard, Visakhapatnam on 06 May 2019. The decommissioning ceremony was attended by officers and… [[ This is a content...

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