Revision Military recently won a competitive bid process to supply the US Coast Guard (USCG) with a custom helmet system, inspired by the company’s BATLSKIN CAIMAN Bump helmet system. The system is built on a skeletonised, lightweight base, ideal for affixing head-borne equipment and is specifically designed for the turbulence and physical aspects of maritime and mobile manoeuvres experienced by USCG boat crews. The contract stipulates a 12-month base period, with four 12-month option periods.

Specifically Designed for Challenges of Marine Environment

Military relations between China and Russia are warming up, including in the Arctic

MONCh talks to Kelvin Hughes about its next gen INS

At Land Forces 2018, BMT is exhibiting a model of its CAIMEN 90, offering it for Australia’s LAND 8710 programme as a replacement for the existing fleet of LCM-1E landing craft.

Aiming CAIMEN-90 at LAND 8710 Requirement

KINGKLIP Sonar at Heart of Improved Systems

Over 300 in Service Worldwide

MTU has produced ship automation systems since the 1970s and has to date supplied control and monitoring for over 8,000 vessels worldwide. (Photo: Rolls-Royce)

Centralised Access to Safety and Efficiency Information

IMarEST's 14th International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition now open for registration

Stay tuned for news regarding the Euronaval Press Conference

500 Movements Scheduled for Late September

Will Embark F-35Bs for First Time

Initial 12 Vessels to Help Stem Migration

IAI Air Defence Missile for Israeli Corvettes

thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and German Naval Yards Kiel announced on 8 August they hae entered into an, "exclusive cooperation agreement,” for the further bidding process in the MKS 180 multi-role combat ship procurement project for the German Navy.

Contract Expected by 2019

Saab’s SEA GIRAFFE has been selected for five classes of USN vessel (Photo: Saab USA)

Order for USNS HERSHEL WILLIAMS Includes 9LV Naval Combat System

The additional BRAUNSCHWEIG-class K130 corvettes on order for the German Navy will be equipped with the Saab/Diehl Defence RBS15 Mk 3 anti-ship missile (Image via Wikipedia Commons)

€15.5 Million Award for Delivery 2019-2024

Operationally-Proven Design for Canada’s Next Surface Warship

The Royal Netherlands Navy seeks to upgrade its anti-submatine warfare torpedo capability with MK 54 Conversion Kits. (Image: Raytheon)

Service Intends to Upgrade Existing Mk 46 Torpedoes

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