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.
U.S. Navy’s USS Porter departed the Black SeaThe U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) departed the Black Sea on 3 August sfter conducting maritime protection operations and attending military drills.
Australia and Japan joined U.S. for trilateral naval exerciseA trilateral exercise began in the Philippine Sea on July 19 with the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF), Australian Defense Force (ADF), and the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group.
Two US Navy Ships set record for most consecutive days at seaTwo warships kept away from the shore to reduce exposure of the crew to COVID-19 have formed a new U.S. Navy record at sea for most days in succession.
US warship sails near Venezuela after arriving of Iranian shipsA U.S. Navy ship was sailing along the Venezuelan coast on Tuesday in what the U.S. Southern Command called a "free navigation operation."
U.S. Navy's destroyer enters the Black SeaThis is the third time a ship from the U.S. Navy carried out operations in the Black Sea in 2020 and the second time for the USS Porter, who visited the Black Sea in April.
USS Fitzgerald on its way to San Diego after two years of repairsThe guide-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) departed Huntington Ingalls Industries, Pascagoula shipyard of Ingalls Shipbuilding Division June 13 to return to San Diego homeport.
U.S. Navy destroyer finds 3,500 pounds of marijuanaGuided missile destroyer USS Lassen and an embarked US Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment seized over 3,500 pounds of marijuana from a Caribbean smuggling cruise.
Fincantieri to build for FFG(X) program of U.S. Navy.Fincantieri said the U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Marinette Marine (FMM) with a contract of almost $800 million to design and build the first-class FFG(X) guided missile frigate for the U.S. Navy.
Vigor Marine to overhaul USNS GuadalupeMilitary Sealift Command has given Portland, Ore. shipyard Vigor Marine a fixed-price contract of $20,880,790 for an 87-day shipyard accessibility for the dry-docking overhaul of the ongoing replenishment oiler USNS Guadalupe.
US Navy pays $600 Mln to contractorsThe U.S. Navy paid defense contractors $600 million that it had withheld due to bad workmanship, hoping the funds would help operations for manufacturers ravaged by the economic downturn caused by coronavirus
USA sends its USS Porter to work with Black Sea partner nationsUS destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) has started its transit from the Mediterranean Sea into the Black Sea. This has been reported on its Twitter page by the command of the US Navy's Sixth Fleet in Europe and Africa.
SCHOTTEL wins propulsion contract for U.S. Navy vesselsSCHOTTEL says several orders have been received to supply US Navy propulsion systems. This additional order of five Workboat Docking vessels and two YTL tugs-all to be constructed at Tacoma, Washington's Modutech Marine Inc. yard-is a continuation of th