The Royal Australian Navy has extended its Camcopter S-100 contract by three years.
USN picks Bath Iron Works for post-delivery work on DDG 120
General Dynamics Bath Iron Works is to perform post-delivery availability work on the future USN Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided-missile destroyer USS Carl M. Levin (DDG 120).
Work on the $8.68 million contract modification from the USN is scheduled to finish by July 2022.
USS Carl M. Levin was launched on 20 May 2021.
DDG 121, 122, 123, 124 and 127 are also all under various stages of construction. DDG 122 was laid down at Bath Iron Works on 10 January 2020 as the 72nd ship in the Arleigh Burke class.
DDG 124 was laid down on 6 April 2021 and is the last of the Flight IIA vessels to begin construction, according to Shephard Defence Insight.
Local SME to conduct dockyard services for Latvian Naval Forces vessels.
Raytheon's Joint Precision Approach and Landing System that helps aircraft safely land on carriers in conditions up to sea state five has seen several nations' interest as they look to develop their own aircraft carrier programmes.
A new OPV design is one item for sale as Japan pushes hard to increase defence equipment exports. (ATLA)
MKEK claims a rapid R&D phase for an indigenous naval gun amid a wider push in Turkey to shrug off reliance on imports.
The USN wants to combine the best capabilities of its Seawolf, Virginia, and Columbia-class submarines as it looks to move ahead with its next-generation SSN(X) attack submarine.