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2 new warships to enhance navy's standing: Eng Hen

07 Dec 2017

Source: The Straits Times

Two new warships made in Singapore would help to meet unforeseen requirements.

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07 Dec 2017

Singapore and India to boost cooperation in maritime security

06 Dec 2017

Source: Channel NewsAsia

The two countries witnessed the exchange of the inaugural Navy Bilateral Agreement between both countries' chiefs of navy

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06 Dec 2017

British maritime group skyward to grow unmanned aerial applications over the deep, blue sea.

27 Nov 2017

Source; Drone Life

A 30-year-old British maritime company is looking skyward to grow unmanned aerial applications over the deep, blue sea.

Marek Marine announced the launch last week of a new aviation division dedicated to drone operations. The company, self-billed as “a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of marine equipment,” promises to pioneer “unmanned maritime aviation services, after a successful track record of 25 years improving commercial maritime safety.”

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27 Nov 2017

Cybersecurity risk is higher than unmanned ships

17 Nov 2017

Source: the Maritime Executive

A new industry survey highlights industry concern about the cyber security and legal uncertainty surrounding unmanned ships, but the human element associated with cyber security could be a greater concern, says the survey organizers.

Almost two thirds of global marine industry executives believe there is uncertainty surrounding liability issues relating to unmanned ships should a vessel be involved in an incident as a result of a cyber-attack, according to the report from global law firm Clyde & Co and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST).

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17 Nov 2017

Unmanned vessel joins UK Ship Register

15 Nov 2017

Source: World Maritime News

The UK Ship Register has signed its first-ever unmanned vessel to the flag.

As explained, the move shows how the register “is adapting to the changes in the maritime industry.”

ASV’s C-Worker 7 will be used for work such as subsea positioning, surveying and environmental monitoring. It can be used under direct control, semi-manned or completely unmanned

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15 Nov 2017

Ship USS Kearsarge returns home after hurricane relief tour

08 Nov 2017

Source: The Maritime Executive

The amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge returned home to Naval Station Norfolk on Monday, ending her 68-day tour in support of disaster relief efforts in the Caribbean.

On August 31, Kearsarge and embarked elements of the 26th and 24th Marine Expeditionary Units (MEUs) prepared to depart Norfolk for Texas in response to Hurricane Harvey. "Besides delivering combat power from the sea, amphibious assault ships are ideally suited to deliver assistance and aid," said Kearsarge's CO, Capt. David K. Guluzian. "We can transport large amounts of manpower and supplies to areas in need using our small boats, landing craft and helicopters.

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08 Nov 2017

Delivery of 2 Triton Drones to Navy

06 Nov 2017

Source: Executive Biz

Northrop Grumman is set to hand over this year two MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft systems to the U.S. Navy as the service intends to replace its fleet of P-3C Orion and EP-3E Aries II aircraft that work to perform maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.

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06 Nov 2017

Maritime Monday

04 Nov 2017

Source: GCaptain

USS Europa in Bremerhaven, May 1945 – Europa was inactive for most of World War II. There were plans to use her as a transport in Operation Sea Lion, the intended invasion of Great Britain, and later conversion to an aircraft carrier. None of these plans came to pass The United States claimed the ship as a war prize on 8 May 1945 and gave the vessel to the US Navy for use as a troopship, sailing as the USS Europa (AP-177).

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04 Nov 2017

Warship blueprints were stolen in North Korea

03 Nov 2017

Source: Gcaptain

By Haejin Choi SEOUL, Oct 31 (Reuters) – North Korea probably stole South Korean warship blueprints after hacking into Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co Ltd’s database in April last year, a South Korean opposition lawmaker said on Tuesday.

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03 Nov 2017

Approval for grounded bulk carrier in Germany

02 Nov 2017

Source: GCaptain

The owners of the grounded bulk carrier Glory Amsterdam have hired a salvage company to pull the ship off the beach in Germany, but it could be days before any refloat attempt is made, German officials said Tuesday.

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02 Nov 2017
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