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SeaFox – The Riskless Solution of Atlas Elektronik for Mine Disposal

What's SeaFox?The Seafox is an anti-mine marine drone. It is a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) manufactured by German company Atlas Elektronik to positively identify mines with a camera linked to the surface via a fibre-optic cable and destroy them...

China Becoming Concern for U.S. Commanders in Europe

It seems counter-intuitive, but China is increasingly a concern for the commander of U.S. Naval Forces in Europe and Africa and NATO's Allied Joint Force Command.Navy Adm. James G. Foggo told the participants of a webinar sponsored by the International Institute...

Article: A torpedo for tomorrow’s needs by Saab

Saab has have conducted the first tests with the Saab Lightweight Torpedo (SLWT) from a corvette and a submarine, recently. After the successful trials, the article released by Saab as follows.The Baltic Sea is one of the most demanding...

Counter Hypersonics: Defeating the Invincible (Hypersonic Weapons Part-3)

How to stop Hypersonic Weapons?The best approach is a network of satellites so far. Defenders with capable terrestrial and space sensors will have only a few minutes to know these missiles are inbound, and lesser adversaries will likely not have...

Hypersonic Weapons (Part-1): What is Hypersonic Weapon? What makes these missiles nightmare? Why it is hard to detect the Hypersonic Weapons?

Hypersonic missiles and glide projectiles are those which travel at least Mach 5, or five times faster than the speed of sound. In round numbers, this equates to a speed of about a mile a second. For comparison, even...

Do you know that Pepsi was the 6th largest naval power in the world?

The title of the article may seem strange to readers. Even some of them may rightly think there is a typo here. Because it is really hard to use the words "Pepsi" and "military power" in the same sentence....

Why did the US Navy choose Fincantieri’s FREMM-based frigates instead of a US shipbuilding company?

The U.S. Department of Defense awarded Fincantieri U.S. subsidiary, Marinette Marine (FMM), a nearly 800 million dollar contract for the concept design and construction of the first-in-class guided-missile frigate of the “FFG(X)” program for the U.S. Navy last week.The contract envisages an option for 9 additional ships,...

A gamechanger weapon: Supercavitating Torpedo

Torpedo attack is the worst nightmare of a surface combatant. Because, while it is necessary to launch a dozen of guided missiles to neutralize a destroyer with air-defence capability, only one torpedo is enough to sink it aside. Especially...

India’s push for a strong Nuclear Triad in the IOR

India is officially the third-highest military spender in the word at about 71 Billion US$, third only to its nemesis-in-a-garb, China.A nuclear triad refers to a three-legged ability to launch nuclear warheads from three different realms. It includes;the...

How many nuclear submarines have been sunk?

The nuclear submarines are the weapons that should be used very carefully, considering the probability of nature and personnel damage caused by the nuclear reactor it carries. Today, six countries deploy some form of nuclear-powered strategic submarines: the United...

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