The UK MoD has revealed scant details about the future Type 32 frigate.
Australia to upgrade Collins class as crisis brews
Australia will invest up to A$6 billion ($4.6 billion) in a life-of-type extension for its fleet of six Collins-class submarines, as confidence in the troubled Attack-class submarine programme perceptibly wavers.
There is definitely a crisis of confidence in the Attack-class programme, including by Australian industry. For a long time, the Department of Defence’s backup plan has simply been to make Plan A work. However, that is changing and efforts are being put in place to hedge bets.
Defence Minister Peter Dutton told The Australian newspaper on 10 June: ‘There is no doubt in my ...
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