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Indian Navy’s Mid Year Refit Review (MYRR) and Mid Year Infrastructure Review (MYIR) Conference was inaugurated at Headquarters, Eastern Naval Command (ENC) here on Tuesday. An ENC Spokesman said that the two day conference held at Swarna Jyoti Conference Hall was chaired by Vice Admiral GS Pabby, AVSM, VSM, Chief of Materiel, Integrated Headquarters Ministry of Defence (Navy). MYRR reviews the…

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Refit of War Ships, Submarines Reviewed in ENC | WARFAREWEB.COM


Finally: Here’s the Navy’s new #stealthrefuelingtanker #MQ25 Boeing was selected over Lockheed Martin and General Atmcs, who both pitched their designs for the MQ-25A. When operational, MQ-25 will improve the performance, efficiency, and safety of the carrier air wing, and provide longer range and greater persistence tanking capability, to execute missions that otherwise could not be…

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Finally: Here’s the Navy’s new stealth refueling tanker (MQ-25) | WARFAREWEB.COM


Indian Navy’s proposal, however, is yet to secure an ‘in principle’ approval from the ministry of defence. Why has the Indian Navy been so eager to acquire a new 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, putatively called INS Vishal, for north of $20 billion? Many would perhaps find the Indian Navy’s enthusiasm a little strange at a time when the service is desperately short of submarines and ship-borne…

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NAVY’S EAGERNESS TO BUY 20 BILLION AIRCRAFT CARRIER CUTS INTO FUNDS FOR ARMY & AIR FORCE | WARFAREWEB.COM


The US Navy’s guided-missile destroyer Carney armed with the Aegis ballistic missile system exited the Black Sea on Monday, the press service of the US 6th Fleet said. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) departed the Black Sea, Aug. 27, after conducting maritime security operations and theater security engagements with allies and partners,” the statement…

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US guided missile destroyer leaves Black Sea | WARFAREWEB.COM


Ceremonies re-establishing the Navy’s 2nd Fleet in Norfolk, Va., and standing up the Army’s Futures Command in Austin, Texas, illustrate aspects of the National Defense Strategy. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Navy, Army Commands Reflect, Support National Defense Strategy

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The Navy’s Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort will deploy to Central America and South America in late September to begin a two-month humanitarian mission with stops in Colombia and elsewhere in the region. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Hospital Ship to Support Humanitarian Effort in Latin America

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The P8I is the Indian Navy’s most modern maritime reconnaissance plane. It was acquired by the Indian government after the deal with Boeing was done in 2009. Now, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, the CAG has held the government responsible for “lack of due diligence/lack of proper internal checks… resulted in Boeing, USA being judged as L-1 incorrectly,” saying…

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Another Congress Scam uncovered in P-8i aircraft deal for Indian Navy CAG | WARFAREWEB.COM


The Indian Navy’s decision to pit its frontline fighter MiG 29K against an equally jaw-dropping Lamborghini Huracan Performante had netizens across the country puzzled and thrilled. A 44-second video, which has captured social media attention, shows the Russian-made fighter aircraft screaming down the runway at INS Hansa, closely pursued by the Italian supercar. The Indian Navy wanted to inspire…

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Mig 29K squares off against Italian Supercar in drag race at Goa airport | WARFAREWEB.COM


Why the Navy’s New Aircraft Carrier Might Be the Deadliest Warship Ever In 2009, the U.S. Navy finally began construction of the first new type of aircraft carrier in nearly thirty-five years. Named after former president and naval aviator Gerald R. Ford, the USS Ford fully takes the nuclear supercarrier into the twenty-first century. The technological innovations built into the new ship…

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Why the Navy’s New Aircraft Carrier Might Be the Deadliest Warship Ever | WARFAREWEB.COM


Here Are the 50 Plus Ships That Participated in the Navy’s Pacific Wargames The highlight of the American-led Rim of the Pacific exercises (other than the ones that involve sinking vessels) is the international parade of ships. Held at the conclusion of each RIMPAC, the parade is a sweeping view of ships from 25 nations across the Pacific Rim. This year more than 50 naval vessels participate…

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Here Are the 50 Plus Ships That Participated in the Navy’s Pacific Wargames – YouTube | WARFAREWEB.COM