Today in U.S. Naval History - January 2
1969 - Operation Barrier Reef began in Mekong Delta, Vietnam
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The Royal Australian Navy’s helicopter frigate HMAS Anzac has arrived in Portsmouth, England, as part of her NORTHERN TRIDENT 2015 deployment.
Anzac departed Sydney in March 2015,
Russia and China naval forces concluded their first-ever joint military exercise in the Mediterranean Sea this morning, according to an online news briefing from the Chinese Defense Ministry.
The littoral combat ship USS Freedom (LCS 1) completed Seakeeping and Structural Loads Trials, commonly referred to as Rough Water Trials (RWT) in late March the Navy reported May 21.
One of the world's oldest commissioned warships has entered dry dock for a planned multiyear restoration, the U.S. Navy reports.
On May 19, USS Constitution
IRClass, a leading Class Society in Asia has successfully completed 40 years in the service of Maritime industry.
With the growth in India’s international trade,
Transocean Ltd. announced that it has reached two separate settlement agreements, with the Plaintiffs' Steering Committee (the "PSC") and with BP Exploration & Production Inc.