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Autonomous systems to sustain undersea advantage

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By Bryan Clark, Seth Cropsey & Timothy A. Walton, Hudson Institute Submarines have posed a challenge to naval forces for more than a century, enabling weaker...

World’s most advanced torpedo almost ready

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The "world's most advanced torpedo" is almost ready for service with the Royal Navy after extensive trials in Scotland, Forces Net reports. The Spearfish -...

Austal expands and eyes unmanned ship programs

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Austal USA is expanding the capacity and capability of its Alabama shipyard, doubling down on investing in its future in a way reminiscent of...

Ships to be powered by hydrogen and ammonia: IEA

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In the future, from about 2050 onward, the world shipping fleet will likely be powered by ammonia and hydrogen, says the International Energy Agency. The...

Post Attack class nuclear option

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By Graeme Dobell* Submarines are so vital to Australia that two of our past prime ministers have publicly pointed to the nuclear-powered option. Shifting from the...

Admiral describes carriers’ big future

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The U.S. Navy’s aircraft carriers will be prepared to fight at extended ranges well into the future, the service’s director of air warfare said,...

First NZ Anzac class upgrade

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HMNZS Te Kaha has completed the first of the Frigate System Upgrades by Lockheed Martin Canada at the Seaspan shipyard in Victoria, British Columbia. She...

A full deck for HMS Queen Elizabeth

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HMS Queen Elizabeth will embark two F-35 Squadrons and a full rotary wing group. A US Marine Corps F-35B squadron will join a squadron of...

HMAS Toowoomba begins upgrade

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A fifth Anzac Class warship has entered BAE Systems Australia's Henderson facility as part of the fleet upgrade that will keep the ships in...

HMAS Sirius gives invaluable support during RIMPAC

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HMAS Sirius has proven invaluable during her current international deployment, not only to the Australian ships in the Task Group but to multiple partner...