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WCNC Charlotte
Government 'discards' Navy shipyard worker after getting sick on the jobsick from exposure to life threatening chemicals and heavy metals inside the si
WCNC Charlotte / Posted yesterday
sick from exposure to life threatening chemicals and heavy metals inside the site’s wastewater treatment facility. And because he got sick on the job, by federal law, he is supposed to be put in another position away from toxins or be paid his... Read more
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Business Insider
Saudi Arabia has the best military equipment money can buy — but it's still not a threat to Irandesigned for a large conventional war — not proxy fighting. All of these thing
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
designed for a large conventional war — not proxy fighting. All of these things appear to have one common objective: to push back against the influence of Iran. But experts say Saudi Arabia's ambitions are limited by its military, which is... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lizzie, meet Big Lizzie! Queen steps aboard the HMS Queen ElizabethHer Majesty steps aboard the UK's biggest and most powerful warship EVER as she
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Her Majesty steps aboard the UK's biggest and most powerful warship EVER as she welcomes HMS Queen Elizabeth into the Royal Navy The huge £3.1billion HMS Queen Elizabeth was today commissioned into the Royal Navy in front of the Queen Queen... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Money... and the militarySherlock Holmes once solved the mystery of a disappearing race horse by noting
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
Sherlock Holmes once solved the mystery of a disappearing race horse by noting "the curious incident of the dog in the night-time." But, a Scotland Yard detective objected, "The dog did nothing in the night-time." Holmes's laconic reply: "That was... Read more
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Business Standard India
Wary of China, Indian Navy kicks off process to build 6 nuclear submarinesIndia has kick-started an ambitious project to build six nuclear-powered attack
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
India has kick-started an ambitious project to build six nuclear-powered attack submarines that is expected to boost the Navy's overall strike capabilities in the face of China's naval build-up and increasing military manoeuvring in the Indo-Pacific... Read more
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asianage
No Americans came close to INS Chakra, says Sunil Lanbathe air on a controversy that a team of American technical personnel was allowe
asianage / Posted 16 days ago
the air on a controversy that a team of American technical personnel was allowed access to the damaged INS Chakra, a Russian nuclear submarine that is on lease to India, Indian Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba has said that no Americans were... Read more
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dna
Amid China's naval build-up, India begins project to build 6 nuclear-powered submarinesIndia has kick-started an ambitious project to build six nuclear-powered attack
dna / Posted 16 days ago
India has kick-started an ambitious project to build six nuclear-powered attack submarines that is expected to boost the Navy's overall strike capabilities in the face of China's naval build-up and increasing military manoeuvring in the Indo-Pacific... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Fincantieri’s cash to float Flinders’ boatA FLINDERS University project that will enable autonomous underwater vehicles t
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
A FLINDERS University project that will enable autonomous underwater vehicles to launch and recover themselves without the need for human involvement has been awarded a cash prize by the Italian bidder for the $35 billion Future Frigates... Read more
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Daily Mail
Navy wants small warships that pack a bigger punchUS Navy reveals plans for new class of 'slow but powerful' warships designed to
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
US Navy reveals plans for new class of 'slow but powerful' warships designed to shoot down planes and sink other ships and even submarines Experts have questioned the survivability of Navy's speedy littoral combat ship Navy is now seeking proposals... Read more
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The Courier Mail
US Navy 'a floating prison'“IT’S only a matter of time before something horrible happens.” These were the
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
“IT’S only a matter of time before something horrible happens.” These were the ominous warnings of a shipmate taken in a survey on US Navy cruiser Shiloh in a desperate bid to be heard. Another described it as a “floating prison”. As the desperate... Read more
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Daily Mail
Russian sub can hit cities 5,778 miles away with nuclear warheadsRussia unveils 'Prince Vladimir', Putin's deadliest submarine yet, capable of l
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Russia unveils 'Prince Vladimir', Putin's deadliest submarine yet, capable of launching 20 nuclear warheads and destroying cities 6,000 miles away The Borei II-class sub was launched at the Sevmash Shipyards in Severodvinsk The Knyaz Vladimir, or... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
America’s military doesn’t have enough money to do its jobSherlock Holmes once solved the mystery of a disappearing racehorse by noting “
Bangor Daily News / Posted 23 days ago
Sherlock Holmes once solved the mystery of a disappearing racehorse by noting “the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.” But, a Scotland Yard detective objected, “The dog did nothing in the night-time.” Holmes’ laconic reply: “That was the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Austal wins $3 billion shipbuilding contract... kind of"I don't know how this will work out," Austal chief executive is describing th
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
"I don't know how this will work out," Austal chief executive is describing the Federal Government's Offshore Patrol Vessel Program. Austal is set to build 10 offshore patrol vessels for the Navy Photo: Austal, Australia Defence Industry Minister... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Navy signs $4 billion deal to build offshore patrol fleet in WA and SANavy Offshore Patrol Vessels to be built in WA and SA by German company Luersse
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
Navy Offshore Patrol Vessels to be built in WA and SA by German company Luerssen A German shipbuilding company has won the $4 billion contract to design and build Australia's next fleet of 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs), with construction to be... Read more
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