Home / Maritime And Undersea Warfare

Website Notifications

Get notifications in real-time for staying up to date with content that matters to you.

Maritime and Undersea Warfare

27 May 2019

Photo Essay: Australia’s silent assassins

Australia’s Collins Class submarines form a critical component of the nation’s deterrence capabilities – while the fleet has faced issues thro...
27 May 2019
US acquisition for Serco increases naval systems offering
Serco Asia Pacific has welcomed Serco Group’s acquisition of the Naval Systems Business Unit (NSBU) from Alion Science & Technology in the US. ...
23 May 2019
Photo Essay: Carriers of the Indo-Pacific
As debate continues to blaze about the viability of re-introducing aircraft carrier vessels into the Royal Australian Navy, Defence Connect will highl...
23 May 2019
RNZN’s future hydrographic vessel delivered to New Zealand
The Royal New Zealand Navy’s diving support and hydrographic survey vessel, to be named HMNZS Manawanui, has been handed over to the Crown in Auckla...
22 May 2019
DST supports Navy’s at sea replenishment
Defence scientist Jenny Mathew has completed a prize-winning study of the Royal Australian Navy Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Dock resupply opera...
21 May 2019
Joint maritime exercise focuses on allied interoperability in the Indian Ocean
Naval vessels from Australia, France, Japan and the United States are set to commence the first iteration of the French-led maritime Exercise La Perou...
21 May 2019
TAFE Queensland welding students prepare for naval shipbuilding future
North Queenslanders are skilling up for naval shipbuilding jobs after TAFE Queensland today announced it has received course endorsement from the Nava...
16 May 2019
Contract cancellation fee and questions about the future of SEA 1000
Following the revelation of a $404 million cancellation fee and opposition promises of a review for the $50 billion SEA 1000 Attack Class submarine pr...
15 May 2019
Photo Essay - Five years on, Operation MANITOU continues to deliver
HMAS Ballarat's interception of nearly three tonnes of illicit drugs in the Arabian Sea is just one of a series of successful activities conducted b...
14 May 2019
Navy recapitalisation and is the Navy big enough?
As a maritime nation Australia is dependent on unlimited access to the ocean – as the regional paradigm changes, placing greater strain on the Navy ...
Page 6 of 97

more from defence connect

Jul 16 2019
Growing proliferation challenges the technological edge of Australia and allies
The first delivery of a Russian S-400 air and missile defence system to NATO ally Turkey – combi...
Jul 16 2019
Sub delivery time frame presents opportunities for Aussie paradigm shift
While concern continues to mount about the design and delivery time frame for Australia’s $50 bill...
Jul 16 2019
Building an Australian grand strategy
Grand strategy is rarely mentioned in Australian defence debates. That’s unfortunate as it’s des...
Recommended by Spike Native Network