Global defense and technologies partner HII announced the delivery of three REMUS 100 unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) to the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy.
The world’s most advanced hunter-killer submarine was welcomed into the Royal Navy fleet at a ceremony in Barrow.
The striking power of the UK’s hunter-killer submarines is being enhanced with the latest cruise missile system.
The UK is set to become the first European nation to operate a Maritime Ballistic Missile Defence capability that can detect and destroy Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles as it commits to a significant upgrade of Britain’s fleet of Type 45 destroyers.
As the Royal Navy’s new Astute class sails on operations around the globe, submarines HMS Talent and Trenchant were decommissioned at Devonport Naval Base.
Defence contracts of over £2 billion have been awarded to begin the third major phase of the Dreadnought submarine nuclear deterrent programme.
The future Royal Navy fleet today started to take shape as the construction of the first of five new frigates began.
Atlas Elektronik IU awarded contract to deliver Minehunting Autonomous Underwater Vehicles to the Royal Navy
The £32m contract, includes delivery of 3 MHC AUV Systems comprising 9 vehicles in total along with a comprehensive training and support package to run for 3 years from delivery.
HMS Somerset headed out to sea for the first time in nearly four years as the frigate emerged from refit.
Elbit Systems’ UK Subsidiary Awarded $100 Million Contract to Provide Electronic Warfare Capabilities to the Royal Navy
Elbit Systems Ltd. announced today that its subsidiary, Elbit Systems UK Ltd., was awarded a contract valued at approximately $100 million by Babcock International Group Plc., to provide the Royal Navy with new Electronic Warfare capabilities under Increment 1 of the Maritime Electronic Warfare System Integrated Capability Program.