Aiming to improving naval commonality across Europe’s surface platforms, the fledgling European Patrol Corvette (EPC) concept has embraced modularity in the hope that the continent’s naval powers buy into its design philosophy and, more importantly, the programme itself.
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PREMIUM: Japan launches first of new frigate class
The first of an extensive class of new frigates for the JMSDF has been launched in Japan.
PREMIUM: Enhanced Polish MCM capabilities come at a price
Trials of ORP Kormoran have prompted design modifications to two vessels, delaying their handover to the Polish Navy and raising the overall cost of the programme
Royal Jordanian Naval Force to receive two patrol boats
Jordan continues to modernise its small naval force which is primarly focused on littoral maritime security operations.
PREMIUM: Iran’s new warship dismissed as ‘vanity project’
Country trumpets arrival of new 'aircraft carrier' but analysis indicates that purported capabilities might not be all that are claimed.
27th January 2010
Thales's innovative I-Mast 100 will be on display at this week's Pacific 2010 international maritime exposition in Sydney, demonstrating the company's leading international position in ...
22nd January 2010
General Dynamics Electric Boat has been awarded a $118 million contract modification by the US Navy to continue concept studies, engineering and design of a ...
18th January 2010
The Royal Australian Navy fired Raytheon Company's Standard Missile-2 Block IIIA anti-air warfare missile during recent tests on board the HMAS Melbourne. "With this firing, ...
11th January 2010
Northrop Grumman Corporation delivered the first Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) Phase 2 Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS) to the US Navy more than six ...
9th December 2009
Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica company, delivered the first of two ATR 42MP Maritime Patrol aircraft to the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) as part of the ...
17th November 2009
A US Navy Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile was launched during an operational test Nov. 5 which demonstrated the effectiveness of the missile’s new anti-jam ...
US Navy Awards Lockheed Martin Nearly $10 Million to Design New Surface Ship Electronic Warfare System
3rd November 2009
The US Navy recently selected Lockheed Martin to provide its next-generation of electronic warfare (EW) systems for surface ships, which will significantly improve the Navy’s ...
5th September 2008
Alliant Techsystems announced today that it has been awarded a $97 million contract for the design, development, integration, and test of the Multi-Stage Supersonic Target ...