Thursday, November 30, 2023

Maritime Security

Russian corvette shows massive damage after Ukrainian strike

Photos that began to circulate on social media today show the massive damage sustained by a Russian Navy Karakurt-Class corvette after a reported Ukrainian...

US Marine Corps buys more amphibious combat vehicles

The United States Marine Corps has taken a significant step in modernizing its expeditionary capabilities with the award of a $211 million contract modification...

US Marines showcase tactical autonomy with robotic convoy

U.S. Marines, in collaboration with the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab and civilians, conducted an unmanned convoy using Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicles (EMAV) during Exercise...

Russian military confirms damage to its warship in missile strike

The Russian Ministry of Defense has officially acknowledged the damage sustained by an unnamed naval vessel at the Zaliv shipyard in Kerch following a...

Ukraine launches extensive missile attack on Zaliv shipyard in Kerch

In an official statement, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have confirmed an extensive attack on the Zaliv shipyard in the Crimean port of Kerch. The attack...

US Navy receives second upgraded Mercury ‘doomsday plane’

Northrop Grumman has successfully delivered the second upgraded E-6B Mercury aircraft to the U.S. Navy as part of its Integrated Modification and Maintenance Contract...

HII tests new REMUS 620 undersea drone

HII, formerly called Huntington Ingalls Industries, announced on Thursday that it had achieved a new milestone with REMUS 620 undersea drone in-water testing. According to...

US Navy selects Mercury for photonics chiplet advancements

Mercury Systems, a leading technology company specializing in delivering mission-critical processing power to the edge, has made a groundbreaking agreement with the U.S. Navy. According...

US Navy amphibious assault ship spotted near Israel

The amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5) has taken position in the Red Sea, according to analyst Duan Dang. Satellite imagery from the European...

French Navy tests Airbus’ unmanned reconnaissance helicopter

Airbus Helicopters and NAVAL GROUP, in coordination with the French Armament General Directorate, DGA - Direction générale de l'armement, and the French Navy Marine...

Anduril and Northrop Grumman develop game-changer for littoral, deep-water missions

Anduril Industries and Northrop Grumman have joined forces to bring to life the Dive-LD, a flexible, modular platform designed to support a wide array...

Flying into the night: F-35’s SRVL test on UK’s newest carrier

U.S. Marine Corps test pilot for the F-35 Lightning II, Marine Maj. Paul Gucwa, successfully executed the very first night shipborne rolling vertical landing...

Ukraine gets Germany uncrewed surface vessels

As part of its support for Ukraine, Germany has provided the country with Sonobot 5 unmanned surface vehicles, according to Militarnyi. These vehicles are primarily...

US Navy evaluates Devil Ray drone boat in the Arabian Gulf

In a strategic move to bolster maritime security and stability in the Middle East region, the U.S. 5th Fleet's Task Force 59 has introduced...

US Navy tests new containerized missile launcher

The U.S. Navy has announced that the USS Savannah (LCS 28) showcased its capabilities with a live-fire demonstration on October 24th in the Eastern...

Israel deploys submarines amid rising tensions with Iran

The Israeli Defense Forces reportedly deployed its submarine fleet across the Middle East amid rising tensions with Iran and Lebanon-based Hezbollah. Doron Kadosh, a journalist...

Chinese warplanes and vessels cross Taiwan Strait median line

In a recent escalation of tensions in the Taiwan Strait, Taiwan detected the presence of 10 People's Liberation Army (PLA) aircraft and four People's...

Japan conducts maritime railgun test

Japan's Acquisition Technology & Logistics Agency has teamed up with the Maritime Self-Defense Force, known as the JMSDF, to conduct the first maritime railgun...

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