At the NDIA Expeditionary Warfare Conference 2022 (EWC 2022) NAVSEA provided some insights on the Light Amphibious Warship (LAW), small boats, and the U.S. Navy’s amphibious ship-to-shore connectors...
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13 Feb 2022
At SNA 2022 in mid-January, the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard discussed their future force composition. Discussions covered new frigates, destroyers, amphibious and logistic ships, unmanned surface vessels, sea-to-shore connectors and landing crafts, cutters, and the Integrated Combat System (ICS).
15 Jan 2022
The Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN)’s naval special warfare support ship was envisaged as a small nimble platform that would strengthen special operations capability near the nation’s littorals.
03 Jan 2022
The U.S. Navy ships mentioned by the three authors in the “Unclassified, Approved for Public ...
08 Nov 2021
For purely hypothetical and speculative analysis discussion purposes, Naval News will explore the possibility of ...
04 Oct 2021
U.S. Marines and Sailors from across III Marine Expeditionary Force and elements of U.S. 7th Fleet executed Noble Jaguar, an integrated naval exercise in and around Japan, Sept. 27-31, 2021.
17 Aug 2021
At the Sea Air Space show which took place earlier this month, Austal was for the first time showcasing a scale model of its expeditionary medical ship (EMS).
09 Aug 2021
The United States Navy awarded Austal USA a sustainment execution contract (SEC) Aug. 4 for repair, maintenance and modernization of all Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) homeported in San Diego.
29 Jun 2021
Austal USA delivered the future USS Savannah, the 14th Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), to the U.S. Navy June 25.
07 Jun 2021
Austal USA has been awarded a US$3.6 million functional design contract to prepare for construction of the new Navajo-class Towing, Salvage and Rescue Ship (T-ATS) for the United States Navy.