In support of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and the Destroyer Enterprise, Lockheed Martin Australia has successfully executed a range of complex Aegis upgrades onboard HMA Ships Hobart and Brisbane at Garden Island, Sydney during the challenging COVID-19 lockdown period.
Tag Archives : Hobart-class
19 May 2020
The Royal Australian Navy has welcomed its final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer, HMAS Sydney, in its fleet. The commissioning ceremony was conducted at sea, off the coast of New South Wales on Monday, on 18 May 2020.
28 Mar 2020
Tour of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy base in Busan during MADEX 2019 maritime defense exhibition in South Korea.
27 Mar 2020
Sydney residents had their first glimpse of their city’s namesake ship with the arrival of NUSHIP Sydney at Garden Island naval base today. The third and final Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN)’s fleet entered Sydney Heads and made her way through the harbour, with contractors and ship’s company embarked.
20 Feb 2020
NUSHIP Sydney, the third and last Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), was provisionally accepted by the Commonwealth of Australia on Friday, February 14, 2020.
01 Nov 2019
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) for the first time tested the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) of its Hobart-class Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD).
16 Sep 2019
Australia's third Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), the future HMAS Sydney, has commenced its first phase of sea trials which will test the ship’s hull, propulsion and navigation systems, the Australian MoD announced today.
30 Aug 2019
Here is NavalNews.com's seventh monthly report (August 2019). Naval News Monthly Reports are video round ups of the most read naval defense news articles we published in the past month.
RAN Hobart-class Guided Missile Destroyer fires SM-2 missile in Australian waters for the first time
20 Aug 2019
HMAS Hobart (III) has become the first Royal Australian Navy Hobart class Guided Missile Destroyer to fire a missile in Australian waters. Hobart fired an SM-2 Standard Missile in the East Australian Exercise Area against an unmanned target during trials off the coast of New South Wales, achieving excellent results.