Maritime Survivability Expertise Rounds Out DA-Group Offering

Outfitting nearly 1,774 boats & 282 cutters in the USCG’s active fleet

Of the six submarines to be built, three are already in hand at the Golcuk Naval Shipyard: the first, PIRIREIS, was laid down in October 2015 and is expected to be launched this year; the third boat, MURATREIS, was laid down in February. The vessels are expected to be commissioned into the TNF in 2021-2026, and will be the first AIP submarines in Turkish service, replacing four AY-class (Type 209/1200) diesel-electric powered boats. The REIS will feature the ISUS-90/72 combat management system, Mk48 Mod 6AT and DM2A4 heavyweight torpedoes, HARPOON Block I/II and IDAS missiles. The indigenously-developed AKYA heavyweight torpedo and ATMACA Block I/II missile systems are likely to be integrated in coming years.

Three Already Under Construction

Tangent Link’s EW GCC conference taking place in Abu Dhabi

Contracts Will Secure Over 700 Shipyard Jobs

Company Can Now Establish Infrastructure to Begin Prototyping in 2020

Royal Navy Returns to Carrier Strike Capability

Machine Learning for Improved Autonomy

Expected to be Fully Operational by mid-2019

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SubSeaSail has been developing its self-described “positionable, controllable buoy” (above) with internal funds during the last 18 months.(Image: SeaSubSail)

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Refit in Mumbai Scheduled for Completion in 2021

How can the USMC enhance application of power projection from the sea?

According to USMC Brig.Gen. Hashimoto, USMC Component Commander for Fleet Marine Forces during RIMPAC 2018, US Marine components participating in RIMPAC 2018 successfully negotiated a series of training objectives centred around interoperability with other services and partner nation forces. (Photo: USMC)

RIMPAC 2018: Reinforcing the Importance of Multi-Domain Warfare

Modern Day Marine 2018 The USMC is part of the US Navy, providing the capability to conduct expeditionary operations from amphibious ships and projecting power to land. Here amphibious assault vehicles (AAVs) swim toward the beach after being launched from a Landing Platform Dock. (Photo: US Navy)

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Noske-Kaeser Maritime Solutions, a Hamburg-based specialist in maritime air conditioning, refrigeration and fire protection systems, has won a major order from the ARGE K130 consortium (Lürssen Werft, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems and German Naval Yards Kiel) for equipment to be installed on the second batch of five K130 corvettes recently ordered by the German government, the company announced on 24 September. BRAUNSCHWEIG, lead ship of the first batch of K130 corvettes for the German Navy. (Photo via Wikipedia Commons)

Advanced Fire-Fighting and Air Conditioning Solutions for all Five Vessels

Elbit Systems has won a five-year, $173 million contract to supply naval remote controlled weapons stations (RCWS) to the Navy and Coast Guard of an unspecified Asia-Pacific nation. Elbit Systems’ RCWS are attracting more and more interest from naval authorities worldwide. (Photo: Elbit Systems)

Five-Year, $173 Million Contract for Unspecified Asian Customer

Navy Now Accepted 16 Vessels, with Further 16 in Construction or Under Contract

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