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Submariners at risk, veteran diver warns

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By Anthony ‘Dusty’ Miller* Last week Defence announced that the Royal Australian Navy’s contract for a new submarine rescue system is on the department’s ‘project of interest’...

RN to ban smoking on all vessels

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Royal Navy sailors will be banned from smoking on board all vessels from the start of 2021, forcesnet reports As well as cigarettes, all forms...

SIA conference scores top speaker line-up

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Another high-profile speaker has been confirmed for the upcoming 10th Biennial Submarine Institute of Australia (SIA) Conference 2020 – Australia’s Minister for Defence Industry,...

The latest on the next US supercarrier

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The U.S. Navy’s next Ford-class supercarrier, the John F. Kennedy, will be delivered to the fleet with its full suite of advanced electronics and...

Trouble on land, danger at sea

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By Francois Vreÿ and Mark Blaine* South Africa may be facing an unholy mix of insurgency, radicalism and major power competition in the Western Indian...

Questions on submarine project answered

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By Marcus Hellyer* There’s a common rule of thumb in militaries known as ‘the rule of threes’: for every three platforms you have, you can deploy...

Marine Corps wants anti-submarine role

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A fleet is more than a collection of ships, and a campaign is more than a single event. With the reemergence of great power competition,...

French submarine launches Cruise missile

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The first French naval cruise missile launch was carried out by the nuclear-powered attack submarine Suffren, ukdj reports. On October 20th 2020, the Suffren, the...

US Navy’s plans for refuelling drones

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The Navy is studying the effects its new unmanned refueling aircraft could have on California's Pacific coastline as it makes decisions on where to...

Qld Maritime Museum to close

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After months spent desperately trying to keep it afloat, the Queensland Maritime Museum is expected to close its doors permanently on New Year's Eve,...