South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) launched ROKS Seoul, the third Daegu-class FFX Batch II frigate for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy). The event took place on November 11th in presence of the Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo and ROK Navy Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Sim Seung-seob.
Tag Archives : Frigate
08 Nov 2019
South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries launched BRP Antonio Luna, the Philippine Navy’s (PN) second and final Jose Rizal-class frigate. The event took place today at the Ulsan shipyard.
06 Nov 2019
In GlobalData’s exclusive interview with the head of the UK Royal Navy, First Sea Lord Admiral Tony Radakin, talks about keeping the door open for more Type 31 frigates.
04 Nov 2019
A steel cutting ceremony for the final two Type 054 A/P Frigates for Pakistan Navy was held at Hudong Zhonghua shipyard in China on November 1st.
31 Oct 2019
The United States is seemingly proposing four MMSC vessels to the Hellenic Navy as an alternative to the two FDI frigates deal proposed by France, a local media is reporting.
27 Oct 2019
On October 24, the steel-cutting ceremony of the first FDI (Defense and Intervention Frigate) took place at the Naval Group shipyard in Lorient, in the presence of the Minister for the Armed Forces Florence Parly and the Chief of the Hellenic Navy Nikolaos Tsounis.
22 Oct 2019
The South Korean shipyard DSME today lifted the veil on its new DW200L light frigate design at this year’s MADEX exhibition, being held from October 22-25 in Busan (South Korea).
11 Oct 2019
Lockheed Martin is moving forward with Aegis combat management system integration on the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) future SEA 5000 Hunter-class frigates, Naval News learned during Pacific 2019.
11 Oct 2019
Greece and France signed yesterday an LoI (Letter of Intent) for the procurement of two Belharra / FDI frigates for the Hellenic Navy.
09 Oct 2019
GE’s hybrid propulsion system will power the Royal Navy’s Type 26 Global Combat Ship. GE is committed to delivering energy efficient and reliable solutions to meet future naval needs.