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Naval Warfare magazine: UK Carrier Strike Group, global OPV market and more

12th May 2021 - 12:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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What’s inside this edition:

COMMENT: EVERY SUBMARINER’S NIGHTMARE

News that an Indonesian Navy submarine has sunk for unknown reasons in the Bali Sea during a torpedo drill raises questions about current safety standards.

 

Features include:

SETTING SAIL EAST

The deployment of the Carrier Strike Group represents a major landmark for UK, EU and NATO engagement in the Asia-Pacific region. While the participating powers seek to contain China’s regional aggression, their success is dependent on many unknowns.

LEARNING THE LOCAL LINGO

Shephard Defence Insight’s analysis of the global OPV sector shows that Western manufacturers open to partnering with local shipbuilders have more success on the export market.

THREATS FROM THE DEPTHS

The underwater battlespace is constantly evolving and increasing in complexity. Modern torpedo producers must innovate to remain effective against traditional and asymmetric threats.

FIGHTING THE BYTES

Robust cybersecurity for vessels and operations is not optional for navies – it is a necessity requiring a holistic approach.

MIND THE MINES

As concerns over reduced manpower continue, Singapore and other nations look to unmanned MCM vessels to protect their territorial waters.

 

Bonus content coming soon: A NEW ERA?

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