- CHINA TO EXPAND NUCLEAR SUBMARINE SHIPYARD CAPACITY
- TURKISH DRILLSHIP RETURNS TO COUNTRY AFTER OPERATING OFF CYPRUS
- USS ROOSEVELT CONDUCTED PASSEX WITH TURKISH NAVY IN THE BLACK SEA
- INDIA AND JAPAN CONDUCTED BILATERAL EXERCISE IN ARABIAN SEA
- CIVILIAN SWEDISH VESSEL COLLIDED WITH RUSSIAN FRIGATE
- BLACK SEA FLEET OF RUSSIAN NAVY TAKES PART IN KAVKAZ-2020 MANEUVERS
- LATEST NUCLEAR SUBMARINE OF RUSSIA ENTERS WHITE SEA FOR TRIALS
- NATO CONDUCTS MARITIME DRILLS WITH ALGERIAN NAVY
- RETIRED MARITIME TRAINING SHIP LEAVES BUSAN FOR ITS NEW MISSION
- SHIPS FROM NORWAY, THE U.S. AND U.K. TO CONDUCT TRAINING
- FUTURE USS SAVANNAH CHRISTENED
- MULTINATIONAL RIMPAC 2020 EXERCISES CONCLUDED
China to expand nuclear submarine shipyard capacityChina has now exerted its full force on nuclear-powered submarines and working on its only only shipyard to make nuclear submarines.
USS Roosevelt conducted PASSEX with Turkish Navy in the Black SeaA series of passing and communication exercises (PASSEX) with the Turkish Navy was completed by the Arleigh Burke-Class guided-missile destroyer USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) on 1 October in the Black Sea, the US Navy reported.
Civilian Swedish vessel collided with Russian frigateA civilian vessel named Ice Rose and a Russian frigate collided in the Oresund Strait between Denmark and Sweden, according to Danish Armed Forces' reports.
Latest nuclear submarine of Russia enters White Sea for trialsThe Russian Northern Fleet Press Service announced on 22 September that the first submarine of the upgraded Project 885 M, the Kazan, had entered the White Sea for sea trials.
NATO conducts maritime drills with Algerian NavyESPS Alvaro de Bazán, the NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) flagship, carried out a training program in the Mediterranean with the Algerian ship El Moudamir on 14 September 2020.
Retired maritime training ship leaves Busan for its new missionThe retired naval training ship Hannara, used by the Korea Maritime and Ocean University, left Busan's South Korean port on Tuesday to complete its new mission.
Ships from Norway, the U.S. and U.K. to conduct trainingNorwegian, U.S., and U.K. ships working together to conduct maritime safety operations in the challenging environment above the Arctic Circle entered the Barents Sea on 7 September.
Multinational RIMPAC 2020 exercises concludedThe Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2020 international maritime exercise ended Aug 31 after two weeks of at-sea-only training activities held across the Hawaiian Islands, the US Navy Pacific Fleet.
Severnaya Shipyard to launch 2 corvettes for Russian NavyThe Severnaya Shipyard is scheduled to deliver two corvettes and a logistics support vessel to the Russian Navy by the end of 2021, Igor Orlov, Shipyard CEO, stated.
Black Sea Fleet of Russian Navy to host special drillsPractical activities to provide logistical support to ships and boats in the fleet and to provide assistance to disabled boats will be carried out in maritime training areas.
Ten nations to attend RIMPAC 2020 exercises10 countries, 22 surface ships, one submarine, several aircraft, and approximately 5,300 personnel will participate in the biannual Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) iteration scheduled for August 17 to August 31 in the waters around the Hawaiian Islands.
Russian Navy completed Oceanic Shield 2020 exerciseThe Russian Navy's Baltic fleet concluded its participation in the Russian Navy's Oceanic Shield-2020 exercises in the Baltic Sea and North Sea.