Thales and the Ministry of Defence have signed a contract that will provide the Royal Navy with a sixth ship-set of the T31 mission system. It will be installed at Portsdown Technology Park, the Royal Navy’s shore integration facility.
After a 30-year-career serving her nation on the front line around the globe, HMS Montrose’s active life came to an end today in Portsmouth.
The new Type 31 Frigates for the Royal Navy will be fitted with the Thales NS110 surveillance radar. The radar passed its factory acceptance test at the end of February
Minister for Defence Procurement Alex Chalk attended the ceremony to officially begin construction on the future HMS Birmingham at BAE Systems’ Govan shipyard in Glasgow.
The latest of the Royal Navy’s advanced nuclear-powered attack submarines, HMS Anson, has left the shipyard at Barrow-in-Furness where she was built ahead of sea trials.
Arguably the greatest warship name in Royal Navy history has been resurrected today as work began on the third next-generation nuclear deterrent submarines: HMS Warspite.
Steel has been cut for the second of five Type 31 frigates being constructed in Scotland to take their place at the heart of the Royal Navy’s surface fleet.
Navantia signs the contract for the construction of three logistics vessels for the United Kingdom by “Team Resolute”
The UK Ministry of Defence has formally awarded Team Recall the Fleet Solid Support (FSS) contract for the construction of three logistics vessels for the Royal Navy’s Auxiliary Fleet.
The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), on behalf of the Royal Navy, has received its final AW101 Mk4/4a Merlin helicopter.
The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), on behalf of the Royal Navy, has received its final AW101 Mk4/4a Merlin helicopter. This aircraft was part of the Merlin Life Sustainment Programme, which entailed the upgrade of 25 AW101 Merlin Mk3/3a aircraft.
The first of the Royal Navy’s new Type 26 frigates is due to enter the water for the first time.