The US State Department on August 27 green lighted a possible Foreign Military Sale to South Korea for Mk 54 lightweight torpedoes for an estimated cost of US$ 72 million.
Tag Archives : South Korea
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.
27 Aug 2019
The submarine started its seat trials from DSME Opko shipyard on June 10, 2019. It ...
20 Aug 2019
South Korea's Ministry of National Defense (MND) unveiled on August 14 an ambitious mid-term defense plan for 2020-2024. In addition to known projects (KDX III Batch II and KSS III Batch II) the plan calls for the design of two new naval projects for the ROK Navy: An LPX-II aircraft carrier and an arsenal ship.
08 Aug 2019
The United States' State Department approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to South Korea of 12 MH-60R Multi-Mission helicopters for an estimated cost of $800 million. This is for the MOH Batch 2 requirement of the RoK Navy in which the AW159 and NH90 NFH are competing as well.
05 Aug 2019
The Republic of Korea (RoK) Navy former Po Hang-class corvette Chungju was formally handed over to the Philippine Navy today, August 5, at the RoKN’s Jinhae Naval Base. Renamed BRP Conrado Yap (PS-39), the vessel will now sail to the Philippines.
23 Jun 2019
The DSME-built submarine 'Dosan Ahn Chang-ho' started its seat trials from Opko shipyard on June 10, 2019. It is the first vessel of the KSS-III Batch I program for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoK Navy).
03 May 2019
South Korea approved plans to construct the second batch of three destroyers, called KDX III Batch II, by 2028 with a budget of around 3.9 trillion won (US$3.3 billion), according to the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA).
26 Apr 2019
At a launch ceremony this week, the Royal New Zealand Navy’s (RNZN) first purpose-built ship in 10 years, the HMNZS Aotearoa, finally found herself in her natural environment only eight months after her keel was laid in a South Korean shipyard, the RNZN press office announced on April 25.
24 Apr 2019
LIG Nex1 officially opened a new Goalkeeper CIWS maintenance facility at the company’s Gumi plant on Tuesday, April 16. The ceremony was attended by Kwon Byung-Hyun, LIG Next 1 Production Division General Manager and Geert van der Molen, Vice-President of Thales Netherland.