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RAN’s two LHDs achieve final operational capability

The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN’s) two Canberra-class landing helicopter dock (LHD) vessels have achieved final operational capability. Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds said in a 12 November statement that the 27,500- tonne amphibious assault...

JMSDF, US Navy begin Annual Exercise 19

The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) and the US Navy kicked off their bilateral maritime field exercise, Annual Exercise ‘19, off Japan, November 10. The annual bilateral exercise provides… [[ This is a content...

Navy’s Largest Warships Achieve New Milestone

The Royal Australian Navy now has one of the most capable and sophisticated amphibious deployment systems in the world, with the Fleet’s Landing Helicopter Docks achieving final operational capability. At 230-metres long and with...

Navy’s Largest Warships Achieve New Milestone

The Royal Australian Navy now has one of the most capable and sophisticated amphibious deployment systems in the world, with the Fleet’s Landing Helicopter Docks achieving final operational capability. At 230-metres long and with...

HHI launches Daegu-class frigate for RoK Navy

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has launched the third of eight Daegu (FFX-II)-class guided-missile frigates on order for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN). Named Seoul (with pennant number 821), the 122.1...

U.S. Navy Seabees are preparing for a nuclear or chemical attack

The U.S. Naval Construction Battalion, better known as the Seabees, participate in the annual field training exercise Operation Bearing Duel. Their nickname is a heterograph of the initials “C.B.” from the words Construction Battalion....

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Huntington Ingalls authenticates keel of future Jack H. Lucas destroyer

The U.S. Navy’s largest shipbuilder, Huntington Ingalls, authenticated the keel of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer. On 8 November, the Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division hosted a keel authentication ceremony for the future...

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