A senior engineer at the RAND Corporation wrote about the dangers of floating and drifting mines and how current navies are hard-pressed to counter them.
Tag Archives : Mine Warfare
01 Dec 2022
Mine laying, a low cost but very effective capability is making a comeback among navies worldwide. Danish company SH Defence offers a new solution: A dedicated mine laying module.
30 Nov 2022
Seatronics has begun the final installation and commissioning phase of two Mine Identification and Detonation Solutions (MIDS) to Israeli company Elbit Systems Ltd.
26 Oct 2022
From the end of September until October 6, 2022, the French Navy's future mine countermeasures system SLAM-F was pitted against the in-service mine warfare capabilities.
19 Oct 2022
At the Euronaval 2022 exhibition, France, Belgium and the Netherlands have agreed on a cooperation aimed at promoting synergies and mutual benefits within the mine warfare domain.
26 Sep 2022
SonarTech and Thales have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for joint in-depth research and development in mine warfare sonar systems at DX Korea 2022 exhibition.
21 Sep 2022
Thales pitched the PathMaster unmanned mine counter measure (MCM) system to the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) and other international customers at DX Korea 2022
11 Sep 2022
The Musca-class minesweeper of the Romanian Navy, Lieutenant Dimitrie Nicolescu (pennant number: 29), was damaged by a floating mine on 08 September 2022 in the Black Sea, northeast of the port of Constantza.
30 May 2022
Turkey’s Meteksan announced that its MILSAR synthetic aperture and moving target indicator radar (SAR/MTI) successfully detected mines drifting in the Black Sea.