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  • India's new naval base - 'Baaz'

    11 July 2012

    India's new naval base - 'Baaz' Last Updated: Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 10:25 1 Tags: India, Airbase, Naval base INS Baaz, Malacca Straits New Delhi: To keep an eye on maritime security around the Malacca Straits and to gain strategic supremacy in the...

  • Is this full circle? - Australian navy eyeing off new Japanese submarines

    11 July 2012

    Australian navy eyeing off new Japanese submarines The admiral in charge of planning for Australia's next generation of submarines and the chief defence scientist are studying an advanced new submarine in service with the Japanese navy. Rear-Admiral Rowan...

  • Thai Navy Exercise shows Navy's rescue skills

    11 July 2012

    Exercise shows Navy's rescue skills PHUKET: Around 500 people showed up at Cape Panwa yesterday morning (July 10) to watch the Royal Thai Navy Third Area Command carry out a full-scale search-and-rescue exercise using helicopters. Tanyaluk Sakoot Wednesday...

  • Woo Hoooo - rich again. What a very kind gentleman to offer me all this money

    12 July 2012

    Dr. Peter Krajcovic ✆ help@global.com via camilla.lunarservers.com 1:28 PM (16 hours ago) to me HFC Bank Limited Camden House West, The Parade, Birmingham B1 3PY Registered in England No. 1117305 Member of HSBC Group Greetings, My name is Peter Krajcovic...

  • HMS Diamond debuts east of Suez after sailing through the iconic canal

    12 July 2012

    Diamond debuts east of Suez after sailing through the iconic canal 12 July 2012 HMS Diamond has sailed through the Suez Canal for the first time as she begins her maiden deployment in earnest. It took 14 hours for the Type 45 destroyer to pass through...

  • India's naval base 'Baaz' to spy on Malacca Straits

    13 July 2012

    India's naval base 'Baaz' to spy on Malacca Straits India's naval base 'Baaz' to spy on Malacca Straits India will open a new airbase, aptly named as Baaz (Hawk), in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to keep an eye on maritime security around the Malacca...

  • The Royal Australian Navy is 101 years old today

    13 July 2012

    What everybody ought to know about the start of the Royal Australian Navy Posted by Blog Team On This Day, Silver Jul 10 2012 The Royal Australian Navy is 101 years old today. It was created on 10 July 1911 when King George V granted to the Naval forces...

  • Chinese naval escort taskforce exchanges anti-piracy experience with U.S.-Allies Task Force151

    13 July 2012

    Chinese naval escort taskforce exchanges anti-piracy experience with U.S.-Allies Task Force151 By Wu Dechun, Hu Quanfu and Mi Jinguo (China Military Online) 08:11, July 12, 2012 At the temporary request of the U.S.-Allies Task Force 151, Senior Captain...

  • Navy sends tiny submersibles to Persian Gulf

    13 July 2012

    Navy sends tiny submersibles to Persian Gulf By DAVID S. CLOUD Tribune Washington Bureau Published: July 11, 2012 RELATED Unmanned subs making waves in undersea warfare Maritime drones make waves among navies worldwide Vice Adm. Mark Fox, right, watches...

  • Bermuda - EMO Tour Royal Navy Ship In Dockyard

    13 July 2012

    EMO Tour Royal Navy Ship In Dockyard July 11, 2012 · Leave a Comment Governor Mr. George Fergusson and Minister of National Security Wayne Perinchief were accompanied by members of the Emergency Measures Organization’s [EMO] Executive on Monday [July...

  • Timelapse video: HMS Queen Elizabeth

    13 July 2012

    Sponsored by Timelapse video: HMS Queen Elizabeth Published on Wednesday 11 July 2012 16:20 THE construction of one of the largest warships ever to be built for the Royal Navy has moved a step closer to completion after two parts of the colossal carrier...

  • Navy's new gender-neutral carriers won't have urinals

    13 July 2012

    This is a Navy illustration of the Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier, the first of the Ford class of carriers. July 11th, 2012 01:47 PM ET Share Comments (421 comments) Permalink Navy's new gender-neutral carriers won't have urinals [Updated at 6:17 p.m....

  • Floating Base Gives U.S. New Footing in the Persian Gulf

    13 July 2012

    Floating Base Gives U.S. New Footing in the Persian Gulf Blake Midnight/U.S. Navy, via Associated Press The Ponce, one of the Navy’s oldest transport ships, transits the Persian Gulf en route to Bahrain on July 4. By THOM SHANKER Published: July 11, 2012...

  • India's 1st P-8I aircraft takes off; delivery in 2013

    14 July 2012

    India's 1st P-8I aircraft takes off; delivery in 2013 Last updated on: July 12, 2012 13:08 IST Share this Ask Users Write a Comment Print this article Boeing's first P-8I aircraft for the Indian Navy began its official flight test programme on July 7,...

  • Sailors from the Royal New Zealand navy and U.S. Navy dive into the pool.

    14 July 2012

    Sailors from the Royal New Zealand navy and U.S. Navy dive into the pool. JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM (July 6, 2012) Sailors from the Royal New Zealand navy and U.S. Navy dive into the pool to start a 200-meter freestyle relay during a Rim of the Pacific...

  • Sailors assigned to the Republic of Singapore navy RSS Formidable tour the Battleship Missouri Memorial.

    14 July 2012

    Home The Tour Sign Up Explore Upload ☆ Favorite Actions ▾ Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share▾ Newer Older Sailors assigned to the Republic of Singapore navy RSS Formidable tour the Battleship Missouri Memorial. PEARL HARBOR (July...

  • China’s aircraft carrier has set out from Dalian in the northeastern province of Liaoning on sea trials

    14 July 2012

    ABOUT US RSS FEEDS ADVERTISE WITH US CONTACT US Home News Pictures Forum Reports Videos Weapons World Military You are here: Home / Navy & Maritime Security News / J-15 Jets On Deck As Carrier Sets Off On Longest Sea Trials MORE NAVY & MARITIME SECURITY...

  • Royal Navy Survey Ship Discovers Underwater Marvel (Red Sea

    15 July 2012

    y, Underwater. Survey ship HMS Echo has discovered an underwater mountain the size of the Rock of Gibraltar as she sailed through poorly-mapped waters in the Red Sea. The ship came across the huge feature while searching for volcanoes on the seabed –...

  • The Lee Enfield .303 and British marksmanship

    16 July 2012

    The Lee Enfield .303 and British marksmanship Thanks to x for pointing out this video. You’ll often read in Great War history books about how the regular troops of theBritish Expeditionary Force at Mons in 1914 managed to put out such a rate of fire that...

  • HMS Dragon breathes fire as she fires her first Sea Viper

    16 July 2012

    Dragon breathes fire as she fires her first Sea Viper News Dragon breathes fire as she fires her first Sea Viper 16 July 2012 HMS Dragon has become the fourth and latest new destroyer to show she can blast a target out of the skies. The Portsmouth-based...

  • HMS Victory provides historic backdrop as Olympic Flame passes through Portsmouth

    16 July 2012

    Victory provides historic backdrop as Olympic Flame passes through Portsmouth News Victory provides historic backdrop as Olympic Flame passes through Portsmouth 16 July 2012 Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory provided the latest impressive backdrop for the...

  • Royal Navy largest ship, HMS Ocean begins her Olympic deployment

    17 July 2012

    Royal Navy largest ship, HMS Ocean begins her Olympic deployment One hundred and fifty sailors and aircrew recreated the Olympic Rings on the flight deck of the Royal Navy's largest ship to mark the start of her Olympic deployment for the 2012 London...

  • Royal Navy decommissions Trafalgar submarine HMS Turbulent

    17 July 2012

    Royal Navy decommissions Trafalgar submarine HMS Turbulent HMS Turbulent was commissioned in 1984 and has had a total of 13 commanding officers Continue reading the main story Related Stories Titanic: Key figures on the night Choir wives welcome home...

  • Sailor makes surprise visit home

    17 July 2012

    Sailor makes surprise visit home Home » News » Dunedin By Rosie Manins on Sun, 15 Jul 2012 News: Dunedin 30 0 ShareThis Able Seaman Tariho Raihania (centre), formerly of Dunedin, is reunited with his cousins (front, from left) Harmony (9) and Marshall...

  • Canada’s shrinking navy still valued by allies, analysts say

    17 July 2012

    Canada’s shrinking navy still valued by allies, analysts say Published on Saturday July 14, 2012 Share on twitter Share on facebook PAUL DARROW/REUTERS The Canadian navy has 34 commissioned vessels but only 14 fighting ships. By Rick Westhead Staff Reporter...

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