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Boeing awarded $200m contract to support F/A-18E/F aircraft production
Boeing has been granted a modification contract worth $200m to procure critical long lead material and associated efforts to produce F/A-18E/F aircraft. The contract modification aims to ensure the maintenance of the production timeline, with work expected to be completed by June 2025. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, oversees the contract. Boeing, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, has secured a contract modification…See the Story
USS Oregon attack submarine receives post-delivery servicing
General Dynamics Electric Boat (EB) will begin post-delivery work on the USS Oregon (SSN 793) at its shipyard in Groton, Connecticut. The original equipment manufacturer will complete the $33m sole-source contract by 16 May 2024. The work follows the vessel’s change of command in April this year, from commander Lacy Lodmell to commander John Ross. Before this, the vessel was the 20th Virgina-class SSN to be delivered to the US Navy, and the seco…See the Story
Canada announces latest investment into Coast Guard fleet
The Government of Canada has committed to the investment of an additional C$2.5bn ($1.8bn) as part of an ongoing recapitalisation of the Canadian Coast Guard’s (CCG) small boat fleet, which will see the acquisition of dozens of vessels to augment its existing capabilities. Announced the investment on 25 May, the Canadian Government stated that up to 61 additional small vessels will be provided to the CCG, primarily for use in the country’s shall…See the Story
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Military · Washington
Australia to buy up to 220 Tomahawk missiles from the US
Australia said it’s planning to buy up to 220 Tomahawk cruise missiles from the United States after the U.S. State Department approved the sale Friday. The deal comes days after Australia announced it would buy nuclear-powered attack submarines from the U.S. to modernize its fleet amid growing concern about China’s influence in the Indo-Pacific.See the Story
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U.S. Navy · Tehran
Iran seized two Gulf oil tankers in a week, says US Navy
A second oil tanker in a week was seized by Iran on Wednesday in Gulf waters, the U.S. Navy said, the latest escalation in a series of seizures or attacks on commercial vessels in Gulf waters since 2019.See the Story
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Multinational naval exercise Cutlass Express 23 begins in Djibouti
Naval forces and organisations from across 14 nations have officially started the US Naval Forces Africa (NAVAF) led multilateral maritime exercise. Cutlass Express 2023 kicked off with an opening ceremony in Djibouti on 5 March. It aims to enhance collective maritime law enforcement capacity as well as bolster national and regional security in the Western Indian Ocean region.See the Story
U.S. Navy · Turkey
Turkey unveils new 'assault ship' drone carrier
The Turkish Navy commissioned its long-awaited light carrier, the TCG Anadolu. The carrier will be equipped with the unmanned fighter Kizilelma, Turkish aerospace firm Bayraktar's latest and most advanced armed drone aircraft. The new TB3 will have a 600-pound maximum payload, twice the capacity of its smaller predecessor.See the Story
Boeing's Canadian partnership positions P-8 well for CMMA
An independent study by economists at Ottawa-based Doyletech Corporation reveals that selecting the Boeing P-8 Poseidon for Canada’s Multi-Mission Aircraft (CMMA) requirement would generate economic benefits, including nearly 3,000 jobs and $358m in economic output annually. Boeing’s commitment to Canadian industry and its extensive supply chain demonstrates a partnership that will contribute to the growth of Canada’s aerospace and defence secto…See the Story
Royal Navy embraces the metaverse in Project Selborne submarine training
As part of the UK Royal Navy’s Project Selborne training programme, UK-based business solutions company Capita has awarded Metaverse VR a contract for the interactive 3D Walkthrough training system (i3DWT), intended to help modernise UK submarine qualification training. According to a 31 May release, the use of immersive technology is at the forefront of the solution, which also provides opportunities to integrate, expand, or develop the system …See the Story
U.S. Navy · Italy
Two more Philippine Navy Maple-class FAIC-M in service
Alla presenza del Presidente Ferdinando R. Marcos Jr., in occasione del 125° anniversario della sua istituzione la Marina Filippina ha formalmente immesso in servizio una seconda coppia di unità veloci per l’interdizione ed attacco rapido o Fast Attack Interdiction Craft-Missile costruite in Israele da Israel Shipyard Limited. Allo stato attuale, le FAIC-M classe “Acero” in servizio con la Marina Filippina sono quattro con altre cinque che se…See the Story
U.S. Navy · Cambodia
China, Cambodia hold first-ever joint maritime military exercises
More than 200 officers and soldiers from the Army, Navy and joint logistics support units of the Chinese southern theater arrived at Sihanoukville, Cambodia, last week for the "Gold Dragon-2023" joint exercise with the Royal Cambodian Navy, part of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces.See the Story
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