Sunday, November 28, 2021

Navy News

Admiral Kuznetsov will begin its sea trials later than expected

United Shipbuilding Corporation Director General Alexei Rakhmanov said that Admiral Kuznetsov's repairs continue and remain on the budget, but will start its trials later than expected. Russian Navy's aircraft carrier "Admiral Kuznetsov" will start its sea trials later than expected...

French and Royal Canadian Navy Continue Counter-Narcotics Operations under CTF-150

The Marine Nationale’s (MN) FS Guépratte and the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) ship HMCS Calgary, prove themselves unrelenting, making four rapid counter-narcotic seizures under CTF-150.    FS Guépratte commenced the successful streak with a seizure of 6,136 lbs (2,784 kg) of...

Royal Canadian Navy Led Task Force Changing The History of the Middle East

Big blow to terrorist organizations that gains from drug trade After just over four months of command of Combined Task Force (CTF) 150, the Canadian-led task force has made strong contributions to the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) mission to increase...

Ultra to provide VDS for the Royal Canadian Navy

Ultra was awarded a contract to commence work on the key Variable Depth Sonar (VDS) system for the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) program – named the Towed Low-Frequency Active Sonar (TLFAS), the company announced with a press release. This...

Government of Canada awards contract for construction of joint support ships for Royal Canadian Navy

On June 15, 2020, a performance-based build contract was awarded to Seaspan Shipyards by the Government of Canada for the full construction of two joint support ships (JSS). Valued at $2.4 billion (including taxes), this contract will allow the...

UPDATE: Royal Canadian Navy’s Helicopter Accident

The news from the Ionian sea on April 29 burned everyone's heart. A CH-148 Cyclone helicopter crashed into the sea near the Kefalonia island in the Ionian Sea. The helicopter went missing after taking off from the Canadian frigate...

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