Royal Navy offshore patrol vessels visit San Diego to start Pacific deployment

Two River-Class offshore patrol vessels, HMS Tamar and HMS Spey, departed San Diego for Hawaii after spending 6 days in port.

UK carrier strike group frigate visits Bangladesh

HMS Kent, a frigate part of HMS Queen Elizabeth's Carrier Strike Group, was welcomed by the Bangladesh Navy.

British carrier group takes part exercise with American carrier

HMS Queen Elizabeth's Carrier Strike Group exercised with ships and aircraft from the U.S. Navy, the Royal Australian Navy and the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

HMS Diamond in port due to ‘technical issues’

The issue is not related to the propulsion and power systems.

British warship visits Dublin

HMS Grimsby is the first Royal Navy vessel to visit an Irish port since the start of the pandemic.

Royal Navy drone boat launches missile

Autonomous boat 'Madfox' launched a missile during NATO's biggest autonomous war games.

HMS Shoreham returns to the Clyde after a three-year deployment

HMS Shoreham has returned to Scotland.

British minehunters test tech with American warships in Gulf

The two navies hold regular joint exercises to ensure there’s no "skills fade in the delicate art of finding and neutralising mines".

British aircraft carrier and strike group visit Singapore

HMS Queen Elizabeth and her Carrier Strike Group are visiting Singapore.

U.S. warship has social media accounts hacked

The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Kidd has had its official Facebook account hijacked by a hacker who has been livestreaming himself playing videogames.



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UK spends £100 million to improve naval electronic warfare capabilities

This is the first phase of a £500-million 'Maritime Electronics Warfare Programme' to improve electronic warfare capabilities on Type 45, 26 and 31 warships, as well as the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers.