Latest News for: Navy ships

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Silk Road Ark sets sail on maiden medical voyage

ECNS 14 Jul 2024
Doctors and nurses from multiple military hospitals such as the PLA General Hospital and the First Hospital of the PLA Southern Theater Command Navy are onboard the ship during its maiden medical ...
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Do Drones Have a Future in Latin America and the Caribbean?

The Maritime Executive 14 Jul 2024
The column discusses regional navies’ challenges, including limited defense budgets, inter-state tensions, and transnational crimes ... In the United States, the Navy’s “newest Overlord ...
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US leads international military exercise to sink old warship

RNZ 14 Jul 2024
Analysis - The US Navy ship, the USS Tarawa, was first launched into service in the mid-1970s ... The Pentagon used land-based missiles for the first time to sink an old navy ship in an exercise earlier this year.
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Real World Economics: Data is vital; two new reports tell us why

Pioneer Press 14 Jul 2024
Navy officer in the 1820s. After a disabling 1839 leg injury, Maury was put in charge of the thousands of Navy and merchant ships’ logs and charts ... And this was with sailing ships, before trans-oceanic steamers ... Righting the ship when things go awry.
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Why the Biden Administration’s New Nuclear Gravity Bomb Is Tragic

GlobalResearch 14 Jul 2024
... when a Russian officer refused to go along with two colleagues who wanted to use a nuclear-armed torpedo against US Navy ships harassing their submarine at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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US Navy pilots come home after months of shooting down Houthi missiles and drones

Bangor Daily News 13 Jul 2024
Navy fighter pilots ... Navy sailors have seen incoming Houthi-launched missiles seconds before they are destroyed by their ship’s defensive systems ... Jeronimus leaned on counselors provided by the Navy.
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Historic front page from the Des Moines Register, Jan. 12, 1943: Five brothers die in WWII

Des Moines Register 13 Jul 2024
Hit by torpedoes, the ship sinks on Nov ... From then on, the Navy would enforce a policy against brothers serving on the same ship.
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Heartwarming videos capture Navy pilots’ homecoming after intense 9-month deployment fighting Houthis in Yemen

New York Post 13 Jul 2024
The Navy aircraft carrier strike group and air wing carried out critical strikes against the rebels in Yemen to protect the military and commercial ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, the Virginian-Pilot reported.
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Russian Officials Vow Response to US Missile Deployment to Germany

Scheerpost 13 Jul 2024
The US and Germany said in a joint statement that the planned deployment includes a land-based version of nuclear-capable Tomahawk missiles, which have a range of about 1,000 miles and are primarily used by US Navy ships and submarines ... Dave DeCamp.
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“Project 2025” is just “Project 1981”

Scheerpost 13 Jul 2024
Miller wants to “increase the Army budget”; for the Navy, he wants to “build a fleet of more than 355 ships” as well as “produce key munitions at the maximum rate with significant capacity,” because ...
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The US Navy needs to find more ships it can load up with missiles amid ...

Business Insider 12 Jul 2024
... for the 2025 fiscal year, the US Senate Armed Services Committee that it was "concerned with the number of Navy battle force ships" and vertical launch platforms for missiles over the next two years.
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Why the Iranian Navy keeps losing warships in accidents, after its Sahand frigate capsized and sank

Business Insider 12 Jul 2024
It was the third navy ship Iran has lost in an accident since 2018 ... In June 2021, it lost the 680-feet-long Kharg support ship, the Iranian Navy's largest by tonnage, in a fire, injuring 33.
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Navy's hospital ship heads out for rescue drills, medical aid in South China Sea

ECNS 12 Jul 2024
The Navy's 10,000-ton new ocean hospital ship set sail from a military ... Chinese navy's hospital ship docks in Colombo, Sri Lanka2017-08-07. PLA Navy's hospital ship in RIMPAC-2014 rescue drill2014-07-31.
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Chinese military vessels seen off Alaska, in US EEZ

Taipei Times 12 Jul 2024
The US military routinely conducts what it calls freedom of navigation operations in disputed waters in Asia that China claims as its own, deploying Navy ships to sail through waterways such as the South China Sea.
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