Here is NavalNews.com's August Monthly Recap. There was a lot happening in the Asia Pacific region this past month: China's new LHD, Korea's aircraft carrier plans, RIMPAC 2020 and China launching a frigate for Pakistan.
Tag Archives : Brazilian Navy
14 Aug 2020
The Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil)'s first Scorpène-class submarine, the Riachuelo (S40), successfully performed its first independent surface and propulsion tests.
10 Jun 2020
The Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil) is looking to procure a new Antarctic support vessel to replace the existing oceanographic ship "Ary Rongel".
19 May 2020
In a ceremony chaired by the Chief of Staff of the Navy, the Submarine Rescue Vessel (SRV) “Guillobel” (NSS “Guillobel”) was commissioned into the Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil) on May 12. 2020.
06 Mar 2020
On March 5th, in Rio de Janeiro, Emgepron, an independent state company, linked to the Ministry of Defense through the Brazilian Navy Command, and Águas Azuis, a company created by thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Embraer Defense & Security and Atech, signed the contract for building four state-of-the-art Tamandaré Class Ships, with deliveries scheduled between 2025 and 2028.
25 Feb 2020
Naval Group delivered the first batches of F21 new generation heavyweight torpedoes to the French Navy (Marine Nationale) as well as to the Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil).
24 Nov 2019
Brazil's first Scorpene-class submarine, Riachuelo, successfully completed its static dive test on 20 November, a decisive procedure used to assess parts of its seaworthiness.
26 Sep 2019
According to pictures released by local medias, the Brazilian Navy first Scorpène-class attack submarine Riachuelo (S40) is now starting sea trials.
16 Jul 2019
With the Suffren now unveiled during a grand ceremony attended by French President Emmanuel Macron himself, Yannick Smaldore takes a closer look at the key features of this next generation SSN... as well as at some of its conventional off springs for export.
01 Apr 2019
The Águas Azuis Consortium, formed by thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), Embraer Defense & Security and Atech, was selected by the Brazilian Navy for the construction of four surface combatants as part of the Tamandaré Corvettes Class Program as preferred bidder. The result was announced on March 28.