The German Navy (Deutsche Marine)’s Berlin Type 702 replenishment ship today left its home port of Wilhelmshaven for the Aegean Sea. During five months, it will join the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Brandenburg-class frigate involved in the Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 (SNMG 2).
Tag Archives : German Navy
14 Mar 2020
GERMAN NAVAL YARDS Kiel (GNYK) submitted on 03/13/2020 a review application to the German Federal Public Procurement Chamber in Bonn within the time limit set.
12 Mar 2020
In May, the Hamburg air defense frigate will first took part in a missile live-fire ...
03 Mar 2020
On 3 March 2020, the frigate NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN was handed over by the ARGE F125 consortium to the Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In- Service Support (BAAINBw).
02 Mar 2020
The German Navy’s new Gecko rescue boats are ready for delivery, the Bundewher project team reported last month. Training on the Zodiac Milpro's Sea Rib Aluminum-based boats has already started.
19 Feb 2020
The Frankfurt am Main (A1412) combat support vessel, the largest ship class in the German Navy, arrived on Feb. 17 in Kiel in preparation for the deployment of the integrated Naval Rescue Centre (iMERZ). New cranes and a launching device for the tenders are also to be integrated.
02 Feb 2020
On January 30, the Lürssen Peene shipyard laid the keel of the German Navy’s seventh K130 Braunschweig-class corvette, the future Emden (F266) vessel.
28 Jan 2020
Public procurement law expert demands exclusion of Damen shipyard - Kiel-based company will go to the public procurement chamber if necessary.
21 Jan 2020
German Naval Yards Kiel (GNYK) will take legal action against the procurement decision of the German Federal Ministry of Defence to grant the MKS 180 project to a consortium led by Damen.
15 Jan 2020
As the general contractor, Damen as well as its partners Blohm+Voss and Thales are pleased with the intention announced today, to instruct the partners to supply the German Navy with at least four frigates of type “Multi-purpose battle ship MKS 180”.