Tag: anti-submarine warfare

  • SHAREM wraps up

    SHAREM program focuses on developing anti-submarine warfare. Joint anti-submarine exercise conducted by France, Australia, U.S. in C5F Story by NAVCENT Public Affairs Maritime forces from France, Australia and the United States […]

  • Indra 2018 wraps

    The exercise took place across two phases in the Bay of Bengal. Russia, India Conclude Indra Navy 2018 Naval Exercise By Ankit Panda On Sunday, the navies of India and Russia […]

  • RIMPAC begins

    The navies gather… 47-Ship RIMPAC Exercise Kicks Off By: Ben Werner About 25,000 naval personnel and 52 ships and submarines from 26 countries will participate in this year’s Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) […]

  • China’s sub fleet

    Underwater sabre rattling. China’s growing submarine force is ‘armed to the teeth’ — and the rest of the Pacific is racing to keep up Christopher Woody In October 2006, a […]

  • Type 31 concerns

    Can the new vessels be delivered to schedule? The Royal Navy’s New Ship Plans Have a Serious Flaw Robert Beckhusen In 2023, the Royal Navy hopes the first of its […]

  • Poseidon capability boost

    The UK’s P-8 fleet will protect new carriers and submarines. Poseidon To Recharge British Maritime Patrol Capability Tony Osborne The UK is preparing to re-enter the long-range maritime patrol and […]

  • New frigates for RN

    Vessels will replace Type 23 frigates. UK signs up for first three Type 26 frigates By Richard Scott, London BAE Systems will officially begin production of the first of the […]

  • Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercises

    U.S. and Australian sailors have begun Anti-Submarine Warfare exercises off the northeast coast of Australia in support of Talisman Saber 2013 US, Australian Navies Conduct ASW Exercises during TS13 U.S. […]

  • Unmanned Marine Drones

    The Ministry of Defence is seeking to develop a new generation of unmanned maritime “drones” that would be used for anti-submarine warfare and possible missile attacks on enemy ships, the […]