Category Archives: Naval

Digital Twin in Military Shipbuilding

The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation announced that among the events of the International-Military Technical Forum ARMY-2020 will be held a roundtable discussion under the title "Digital Twin in Military Shipbuilding. Problems and Prospects." Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. In an announcement published by the ministry today, specialists and scientific community experts…
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‘Khabarovsk’ Submarine Could Redefine Underwater Warfare

In a move that harks back to the Cold War, the Russian Navy is quietly developing a whole new category of submarines. And their unique capabilities could influence the nature of undersea warfare. The first of the new type, Khabarovsk, is expected to be launched this month. In my view, this is likely to be the…
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“Knyaz Vladimir” to Enter Service within Days

The nuclear-powered submarine Knyaz Vladimir will enter service with the Northern Fleet’s 31st submarine division this week. This is according to some sources cited by TASS. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. "The ceremony of raising the flag aboard the Knyaz Vladimir that will signify the submarine's official inclusion in the Fleet’s combat…
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Rostec Delivers Modernised Communications Complex to Navy

 Ruselectronics Group delivered an integrated modernised communications complex to equip surface ships and ships of the Navy. This came in a statement published by Rostec's press office. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. "In the new modification, the complex has an open architecture, which allows the crew to provide an expanded set of telecommunication…
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China’s First Aircraft Carrier Conducts Sea Trials

China's first aircraft carrier conducts sea trials, reported Chinese media. Singinficantly, the Shandong is the the country's second aircraft carrie, but first built by China. The reports did not reveal the exact location of these trials. The warship represents a milestone in Bejin's efforts to build its naval power. “We need to integrate the Shandong…
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Iran’s Navy Receives 112 Missile Boats

The Naval Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran have received 112 military boats. The delivery of the boats was accompanied by a ceremony held in the port city of Bandar Abbas.  Iranian experts worked on the development of these boats, with the aim of increasing the Naval Forces' capabilities in the Persian Gulf. "We…
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S. Korea to develop CIWS for Warships by 2030

South Korea has decided to develop an indigenous close-in weapon system (CIWS) for its warships by 2030 - reported YONHAP News today. The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said the defence project promotion committee approved the 350 billion-won (US$283.51 million) project that will be launched next year. The CIWS is designed to detect and destroy…
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Baltic Fleet: 6 ships With Kalibr Missiles & Pantsir Systems

Russian Navy Commander Admiral Nikolay Yevmenov announced earlier this week that Russia's Baltic Fleet is to receive a batch of six Project 22800 missile corvettes, armed with the Kalibr cruise missiles; four of them will also be armed with the Pantsir-M close-in weapon systems, which will soon undergo testing on the Odintsovo corvette. "Soon, the…
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Anti-Submarine Warfare Drills Held by Black Sea Fleet

In these drills, ships and submarines of the Black Sea Fleet searched for the submarines of an enemy. The submarines also practiced preparing the subs for their emergency deployment to the designated areas at Black Sea naval ranges. These drills were announced in a statement made by the Fleet’s press office on 19 May. "The…
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Yantar Shipyard: 2 Frigates for Indian Navy by Yearend

Yantar Shipyard (Kaliningrad, Russia) completes the work on two Project 11356 Burevestnik-class ships. According to the procurement documents, the work is being done under the supply contract dated March 22, 2019. It is planned to complete the current outfitting phase by the end of 2020. A source from the military-industerial complex confirmed this information to Mil.Press. Other details…
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