Steps being taken to prevent spread of Covid-19 among armed forces

Steps are being taken to try to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) in the armed forces.

Plans for LSS and FSSS vessels may be scrapped in favour of MRSS

Plans for new Littoral Strike Ships and new Fleet Solid Support Ships may be scrapped in favour of more numerous 'Multirole Support Ships', the UK Defence Journal has learned.

Vernon Mine Warfare & Diving monument unveiled

A bronze monument to those involved in mine warfare, diving, bomb and mine disposal has been unveiled at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth.

RFA Mounts Bay returns to the UK after three-year deployment

RFA Mounts Bay has returned to the UK after her successful three-year Caribbean deployment, say the Royal Navy.

Royal Marines launch raids on Norwegian coast

After the cancellation of Exercise Cold Response, 3 Commando Brigade elements in Norway will continue with scaled-down training activities.

British and Italian sailors in US to train on Instrument Carrier Landing System

Sailors from the UK and Italy both navies spent the last month learning how to maintain aircraft carrier Instrument Carrier Landing System (ICLS).

DARPA awards contracts for Manta Ray

DARPA's Manta Ray Program aims to demonstrate critical technologies for a new class of long duration, long range, payload-capable unmanned underwater vehicles.

HMS Forth holds remembrance service for crew of SMS Scharnhorst

HMS Forth hosted a wreath-laying ceremony in the Falkland Islands.

HMS Albion lands troops in Norway

The Royal Navy’s flagship is currently off the Norwegian coastline.

Russian Navy to receive more Project 22350 frigates

More Project 22350 frigates are to be built at the Severnaya Shipyard in St. Petersburg, according to local media.



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