January 2017 News - Naval Forces, Defense Industry, Navy Technology, Maritime Security
 
 

Royal Malaysian Navy Held A Poll to Name its Future SGPV LCS Gowind Frigates
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Boustead Gowind LCS SGPV Malaysia
The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN or Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia; TLDM) ran a poll on its website to select the name of its future frigate class currently known as Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) / Second Generation Patrol Vessel (SGPV) program. The poll ran in November and December last year and is now closed.
 

Boeing Receives US Navy Contract for Next Generation Jammer Integration on EA-18G Growler
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US Navy Next Generation Jammer Raytheon 1
The U.S. Navy awarded Boeing a $308 million contract modification to provide Next Generation Jammer integration services for EA-18G Growler aircraft. The contract supports the Next Generation Jammer program's engineering phase, and also includes design and manufacturing tasks for 12 ECP 6472 kits, NGJ pod testing, and additional supporting equipment.
 

South Korea's KAI Receives Contract to Produce 30 KUH-1 Surion Helicopters in Amphibious Variant
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KAI Surion Marines Dokdo class
KAI, or Korea Aerospace Industries, received a contract from South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) for the procurement of 30 KUH-1 Surion Helicopters in amphibious variant. The helicopters, to be delivered between 2017 and 2023 will help enhance the range of operation and mobility for the ROK Marine Corps, specifically from ROK Navy Dokdo class LPH.
 

Taiwan's NCSIST Successfully Tested a Ship-based Variant of Tien Kung III BMD Interceptor
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Tien Kung Sky Bow III Naval Taiwan
Taiwan's National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) successfully tested a ship-based variant of its Sky Bow III (Tien Kung III) ballistic missile defense (BMD) interceptor in late 2016. The institute is is the primary research and development institution of the Republic of China Ministry of National Defense's Armaments Bureau.
 

French Navy Fleet of Rubis-class SSN Submarines Spent a Record 1000 Days at Sea in 2016
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Emeraude Rubis class SSN Submarine French Navy 2
On december 31st, 2016, the French Navy (Marine Nationale) Rubis-class nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN) Emeraude clocked the 1000th day at sea for the class in 2016. It is the first time that the Rubis-class fleet spent so many days on patrol in a single year (a 10% increase compared to other years).
 

Navy Recognition Wishes You a Happy New Year 2017
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HMS Richmond Lynx MK8 Helicoter Flares 3
As 2017 just kicked-in, Navy Recognition (Army Recognition Group) would like to wish you all a Happy New Year filled with Prosperity and Success. While 2016 was a tremendous year, with over 1.2 Million readers (a first for us), 2017 promises to be even better.
 

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