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Naval Systems
Babcock - Future roles of Devonport and Clyde naval bases clarified
Refurbishment and fitting : 09 May, 2009
Babcock welcomes the announcement by the Ministry of Defence (MoD), again confirming the vital roles that Devonport and Clyde Naval Bases will play in supporting the Royal Navy in its current and future operational requirements.
 
Teledyne TSS to exhibit at IMDEX Asia 2009.
Underwater Systems : 08 May, 2009
Following the sale to the National Hydrographic Office of the Indian Navy for 25 DMS-25 Motion Sensors and Repeaters, Teledyne TSS, will be exhibiting at International Maritime and Defence Exhibition and Conference (IMDEX Asia 2009), in Singapore, from the 12th to the 14th May 2009.
 
Boeing and Marinette Marine Corporation - SSC program
Naval Ships and Submarines : 05 May, 2009
Marinette Marine Corporation, a subsidiary of Fincantieri Marine Group, LLC, and Boeing have announced a teaming effort to capture the U.S. Navy's Ship-to-Shore Connector (SSC) program and provide a lower cost, higher availability, next-generation platform. The Navy plans to replace the existing Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) with the new SSC, a priority to support the joint warfighter.
 
General Dynamics awarded contract for additional trimaran littoral combat ship
Naval Ships and Submarines : 02 May, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded a contract to a Bath Iron Works-led team for the construction of Coronado (LCS 4), the second Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) to feature an innovative, high-speed trimaran hull.
 
SAIC awarded $28 million contract by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center
Maritime Operations : 02 May, 2009
Company to design and integrate meteorology and oceanography systems
 
Teledyne TSS to exhibit at U.S. Hydro 2009
Underwater Systems : 24 April, 2009
Teledyne TSS, World leaders in marine and defence technologies will be exhibiting under the umbrella of Teledyne Marine at U.S. Hydro 2009, at Norfolk, Virgina, USA from May 11th to May 14th 2009, on Stand Number 37 along with Teledyne Benthos.
 
$20 million contract for destroyer maintenance, repair and upgrades
Refurbishment and fitting : 24 April, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded Bath Iron Works, a subsidiary of General Dynamics, a $19.8 million modification to a previously awarded contract to perform Post Shakedown Availability (PSA) maintenance, repair and upgrade work for an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis destroyer homeported in Norfolk, Va. The existing contract was originally awarded in March 2005.
 
RESON - Exhibiting at UDT 2009
Underwater Systems : 16 April, 2009
Danish company, RESON A/S, world-leading manufacturer of high quality underwater acoustic sensors, echosounders, multi-beam sonar systems, transducers & hydrophones, will be exhibiting their next generation waterside security sonar systems at the forthcoming UDT 2009 - Undersea Defence Technology in Cannes, France in June 2009.
 
UK MoD multi-million pound submarine engineering support contract awarded
Refurbishment and fitting : 11 April, 2009
The UK MoD has placed a new contract for in-service support to the entire Royal Navy submarine flotilla worth £155M.
 
Babcock - ?155 million submarine engineered support contract (SESC)
Refurbishment and fitting : 11 April, 2009
Babcock International Group PLC, the Royal Navy’s leading submarine support partner, has been awarded a £155 million contract to provide in-service engineering support to the UK’s submarine flotilla over the next ten years.
 
Teledyne TSS to exhibit at Navy League's Sea Air Space Exposition.
Underwater Systems : 04 April, 2009
Teledyne TSS will be exhibiting underthe umbrella of Teledyne Marine at Navy League's Sea, Air, Space Exposition from May 4th to 6th 2009, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Centre, Maryland, USA, Stand No: 1251
 
UK MoD - ?560m contract signed for Naval Base support
Harbour and Port Equipment : 01 April, 2009
The UK MoD has signed a contract to provide vital services that enable Devonport Naval Base to support the Royal Navy 365 days a year.
 
Contract for construction of U.S. Navy's next Littoral Combat Ship
Engines, propulsion, steering : 30 March, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded a Lockheed Martin led industry team a fixed price incentive fee contract to construct the Navy's third Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). Marinette Marine Corporation in Marinette, WI, will construct the ship.
 
EO/IR Imaging Turret selected for North Sea Search and Rescue missions
Maritime Search, Rescue and Recovery : 27 March, 2009
L-3 WESCAM,has been selected to provide an MX®-15 True HD electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) imaging sensor to Eurocopter, in support of North Sea Search and Rescue (SAR) missions. Delivery of the turret to Eurocopter for installation upon an EC 225 will take place in 2009.
 
UK MoD - ?80m sub-contracts for Queen Elizabeth class Aircraft Carriers
Naval Ships and Submarines : 25 March, 2009
The construction of the Royal Navy's two future Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers continues to gain momentum with the announcement of £80m worth of equipment sub-contracts for several UK based companies.
 
UK MoD - HMS Audacious keel laying ceremony
Naval Ships and Submarines : 25 March, 2009
Building work on the Royal Navy's most powerful attack submarine programme reached a major milestone today as the traditional 'laying the keel' ceremony was performed by Defence Secretary John Hutton for the fourth of class Astute submarine, Audacious .
 
Thales UK - submarine partnering arrangement
Naval Ships and Submarines : 24 March, 2009
Thales UK’s naval business has today announced that it has signed a submarine Performance Partnering Arrangement (PPA) with BAE Systems.
 
General Dynamics - Keel laid for tenth dry cargo-ammunition ship
Naval Ships and Submarines : 18 March, 2009
General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (has laid the keel for USNS Charles Drew, the tenth dry cargo-ammunition ship in the U.S. Navy's T-AKE program.
 
Curtiss-Wright - follow-on contract fom Japan
Naval Ships and Submarines : 17 March, 2009
Award for Supply of Modified RAST Ship-Borne Helicopter Handling System for Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force 20DD Destroyer Platform
 
Teledyne TSS exhibit at Ocean Business 2009
Underwater Systems : 16 March, 2009
Teledyne TSS will be exhibiting at Ocean Business at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK from 31st to 2nd April 2009. Stand No: S1
 
UK MoD responds to NAO report on type 45 Destroyers
Naval Ships and Submarines : 13 March, 2009
DEFENCE Minister Quentin Davies has today commented on the National Audit Office (NAO) report 'Providing Anti Air Warfare Capability: the Type 45 destroyer.'
 
RESON SeaBat sonar system demonstrations
Underwater Systems : 13 March, 2009
For the first time RESON will be demonstrating the new SeaBat 7101 multibeam sonar system together with SeaBat 7125-SV
 
General Dynamics NASSCO Launches USNS Wally Schirra
Naval Ships and Submarines : 10 March, 2009
General Dynamics NASSCO has launched the U.S. Navy's newest supply ship, USNS Wally Schirra (T-AKE 8), during a christening ceremony at the shipyard. The ship is named in honor of the fifth American launched into space, Navy Captain Walter M. 'Wally' Schirra, Jr.
 
Successful load testing of 36.5 MW superconductor ship propolsion motor
Engines, propulsion, steering : 10 March, 2009
- Most Powerful Motor Ever Tested by U.S. Navy - Motor Size and Weight Reduced by More Than 50%, Acoustic Signature Reduced, Efficiency Increased - Superconductor Motors Ready for Deployment
 
Curtiss-Wright Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Contract for Turkish Coast Guard Program
Harbour and Port Equipment : 04 March, 2009
Curtiss-Wright Corporation's Flow Control segment has received a contract from Fincantieri S.p.A for the supply of four hybrid steel and aluminum telescopic hangars for the Turkish Coast Guard Search and Rescue Ship Program.
 
Babcock - HMS Vigilant contract award
Refurbishment and fitting : 03 March, 2009
Babcock International Group PLC (Babcock), the Royal Navy’s leading submarine support provider, announces the award of the Long Overhaul Period and Refuel (LOP(R)) contract for HMS Vigilant.
 
Curtiss-Wright Awarded Follow-On Contract From Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding
Naval Ships and Submarines : 27 February, 2009
To Supply Helicopter Hangar Door for USS Somerset (LPD-25)
 
Thales selects degaussing specialists for Lithuanian minehunter contract
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 21 February, 2009
Thales UK’s naval business today announces the signature of an important sub-contract with Swedish company Polyamp AB for the supply of mine warfare degaussing systems for its new Lithuanian warship reactivation programme
 
RESON A/S - IDEX 2009
Underwater Systems : 19 February, 2009
Danish company, RESON A/S, world leading manufacturer of underwater acoustic sensors, echosounders, multi-beam sonar systems, transducers & hydrophones, will be demonstrating at IDEX 2009 the effectiveness of SeaBat 7128 high-resolution forward-looking sonar system in detecting mine and contraband, and the SeaBat 7112 multi-beam sonar in diver detection.
 
Lockheed Martin to Upgrade Ship Defense System on Turkish Navy Frigates
Refurbishment and fitting : 18 February, 2009
The U.S. Navy recently awarded Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] a contract to upgrade the MK 92 Fire Control System on Turkey's G-class guided missile frigates. The system upgrade will support the introduction of the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM), providing enhanced self-protection capabilities for this class of surface warships.
 
GSS called in by combined Navies to stamp out Somali Pirates
Maritime Operations : 18 February, 2009
A European navy has recently deployed a Maritime Boarding system which has been developed by Systematic of Denmark with UK based IT security consultancy firm - Global Secure Systems (GSS), and Rajant Corporation of the USA to stamp out the threat of Somali Pirates.
 
General Dynamics - $6.3 million Submarine Support Contract
Refurbishment and fitting : 17 February, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded eneral Dynamics Electric Boat a $6.3 million modification to a previously awarded contract for management and support of nuclear-maintenance work for submarines homeported at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Groton. Electric Boat is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics
 
Lockheed Martin To Expand U.S. Navy Submarine Communication Capabilities
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 03 February, 2009
Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $35.8 million contract by the U.S. Navy to design and produce antenna buoy systems that will significantly expand the communications capabilities of submarines while they are submerged.
 
General Dynamics - Modernization of USS Germantown and USS Dubuque
Refurbishment and fitting : 02 February, 2009
General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, has been awarded two contracts totaling $34.6 million by the U.S. Navy to modernize the amphibious assault ship USS Germantown (LSD 42) and maintain the amphibious transport dock ship USS Dubuque (LPD 8).
 
Finning Power Systems to supply engines for Lithuanian warsips
Engines, propulsion, steering : 30 January, 2009
Finning Power Systems (Finning) the UK sole supplier of Caterpillar engines, has today signed a major contract with Thales UK for the supply of propulsion engines and machinery for its new Lithuanian warship reactivation programme.
 
Lithuanian minehunter reactivation programme
Vessel Sub-Assemblies, Equipment and Components : 30 January, 2009
Thales UK’s naval business has signed a major sub-contract with Finning UK for the supply of propulsion engines and machinery for its new Lithuanian warship reactivation programme.
 
Royal Navy's newest warship, HMS Daring, arrives at her Portsmouth home
Naval Ships and Submarines : 29 January, 2009
HMS Daring, the first of the new Royal Navy's Type 45 destroyers, entered Portsmouth and berthed for the first time in her home port witnessed by hundreds of well-wishers
 
General Dynamics - Submarine Maintenance Contract
Refurbishment and fitting : 28 January, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat a $10.25 million contract modification to continue operating the New England Maintenance Manpower Initiative (NEMMI) at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton. Electric Boat is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics.
 
UK MoD - HMS Monmouth sea trials
Refurbishment and fitting : 26 January, 2009
Setting sail from Rosyth, HMS Monmouth embarked on sea trials that will test her top speed following a 10-month MOD refit.
 
UK MOD Multi million pound refit begins on 'hospital ship'
Refurbishment and fitting : 22 January, 2009
Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Argus is to be upgraded with state of the art medical equipment in an extensive refit worth over £23M, that will see the ship renovated for her crucial role in providing hospital facilities to troops in war zones.
 
U.S. Navy Awards General Dynamics $35 Million For USS Providence Maintenance and Modernization
Refurbishment and fitting : 17 January, 2009
The U.S. Navy has awarded Electric Boat a $34.9 million contract to perform routine maintenance and modernization work on the USS Providence (SSN-719), a Los Angeles-class attack submarine. Electric Boat is a business unit of General Dynamics.
 
UK MOD - Local firms set to benefit from ?90m Carrier contracts
Refurbishment and fitting : 16 January, 2009
Contracts valued at nearly £90M have been announced for steel work, modular cabins, galley equipment and other components for the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers, HM Ships Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales.
 
36.5 megawatt (49,000 horsepower) superconductor ship propulsion motor tested
Engines, propulsion, steering : 14 January, 2009
American Superconductor and Northrop Grumman today announced that full-power testing of the Navy’s 36.5 megawatt (49,000 horsepower) superconductor ship propulsion motor has been successfully completed.
 
General Dynamics Delivers First-of-Class Product Carrier
Naval Ships and Submarines : 12 January, 2009
General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Dynamics has delivered the first ship of its new line of product carriers to U.S. Shipping Partners.
 
Royal Haskoning to design the New Doha Port in Qatar
Harbour and Port Equipment : 12 January, 2009
Detailed master plan and full engineering design for prestigious port
 
UK MoD - HMS Montrose to get new command and control system
Refurbishment and fitting : 03 January, 2009
The Royal Navy frigate HMS Montrose is to get a new electronic 'brain' which will help her crew defend the ship against air, surface and underwater threats.
 
UK MoD - HMS Liverpool Refit
Naval Ships and Submarines : 02 January, 2009
Four additional years of operational service for HMS Liverpool
 
BAE Systems - UK RN Submarine Command System Completed
Refurbishment and fitting : 26 December, 2008
Installation of the Submarine Command System Next Generation (SMCS NG) on HM Submarines Triumph and Tireless marked the early completion of the programme; the submarines are the final two of 12 to receive the updated command system.
 
General Dynamics $14 Billion Contract for Eight Virginia-Class Submarines
Naval Ships and Submarines : 23 December, 2008
The U.S. Navy has reaffirmed the strategic need for a robust, adaptable submarine force by awarding General Dynamics Electric Boat a contract valued at $14 billion for the construction of eight Virginia-class submarines. Electric Boat is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics.
 
UK MoD - HMS Dauntless Sea Trials
Naval Ships and Submarines : 23 December, 2008
The second of the Royal Navy's new powerful Type 45 Destroyers, HMS Dauntless, has returned to her home on the Clyde after completing her first set of sea trials with great success.
 
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