Here is NavalNews.com's eleventh monthly report (December 2019). Naval News Monthly Reports are video round ups of the most read naval defense news articles we published in the past month.
Tag Archives : Submarine
03 Jan 2020
Sevmash Shipyard held a ceremony to float the Novosibirsk K-573 first serial SSGN of Yasen-M-class project 885M on December 25, 2019.
30 Dec 2019
The Admiralty Shipyard of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) floated the Volkhov diesel-electric submarine of project 636.3, the USC said.
23 Dec 2019
The Sevmash Shipyard in Severodvinsk in north Russia is planning to deliver four nuclear-powered submarines to the Navy in 2020, Shipyard CEO Mikhail Budnichenko told TASS.
20 Dec 2019
Naval Group and Airspeed, a specialist of composites manufacturing based in South Australia, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to respond to the design competition launched by Lockheed Martin Australia for the masts of the Attack-class submarines.
19 Dec 2019
Navantia has finalized on December 18, in the Cartagena facilities, the closure of the resistant hull of the S-81 ‘Isaac Peral’ submarine for the Spanish Navy, after the union of the last section of the ship.
19 Dec 2019
TechnicAtome and Naval Group teams fired up the nuclear boiler of the first-of-class nuclear powered attack submarine (SSN) "Suffren" for the first time, an event known as "divergence". With this new milestone completed, the submarine is on track to start initial sea trials.
16 Dec 2019
Following the recent Dutch government announcement regarding the Walrus-class replacement program, Saab-Damen and Naval Group each issued a statement. The German shipbuilder TKMS has yet to comment.
13 Dec 2019
The Dutch Ministry of Defense today issued the B-Letter for the Walrus-class submarine replacement program confirming its intent to procure 4 new submarines and shortlisting three shipbuilders for this procurement process: Naval Group, Saab and TKMS.
11 Dec 2019
The first crew of the Suffren, the French Navy (Marine Nationale) new generation nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN), achieved its training at the nuclear submarine school in Toulon.