Navy Forces Naval Maritime Defense Security Industry

According to a press release published by Rolls-Royce on October 28, 2021, the firm has completed an $11 million investment in its flagship Naval Defense campus with the opening of new high-tech manufacturing, repair, and test facility. The 25,000ft² facility will enhance and modernize the company’s naval operations in Walpole, adding waterjet maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) servicing to its portfolio of world-class capabilities.

According to information published by the Australian Government on September 2021, the Royal Australian Navy will acquire Tomahawk Cruise Missiles, to be fielded on the Hobart class destroyers, enabling the maritime assets to strike land targets at greater distances, with better precision.

According to information published by the Facebook account Naval Forces Western Mindanao on October 30, 2021, the Philippine Navy through Naval Forces Western Mindanao (NFWM) successfully tested its Spike ER Missile which was launched from one of the Multi-Purpose Attack Crafts (MPAC) of the 3rd Boat Attack Division during Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) events at vicinity 17.8 nautical miles South West off Salkulakit Island, Basilan Province last October 28, 2021.

According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on November 1, 2021, the Project 20380 corvette Rezky (NATO reporting name: Steregushchy-class) has arrived in Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East to get additional equipment and undergo docking and shipbuilders sea trials, Pacific Fleet Commander Sergei Avakyants said. The corvette will join the Pacific Fleet in 2022, he added.

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