• Subsurface overhaul: India’s submarine modernisation inches forward

    Against a challenging backdrop, the Indian Navy is in the process of reshaping its depleted submarine fleet into a larger, more modern, and more capable force. Alex Pape reports on progress to date On 14 December 2017, the Indian Navy (IN) commissioned into service the first of its new Scorpene

  • Aselsan aims Asian expansion through Malaysian subsidiary

    Turkish defence firm Aselsan is aiming to position its new subsidiary in Malaysia to support regional expansion, with an initial focus on remote-controlled weapon stations (RCWS). A company official confirmed to Jane’s on 8 December that Aselsan Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary

  • Common by design: Norway and Germany partner to evolve next-generation Type 212CD submarine

    The Norwegian government’s desire to reap the benefits of a common submarine design has provided the catalyst to a long-term strategic partnership with Germany. Richard Scott reports On 2 February this year the Norwegian government decided to pursue a strategic co-operation with Germany

  • IDF declares C-Dome operational

    The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced on 27 November that the Rafael C-Dome naval point defense system – the maritime version of the Iron Dome anti-rocket system – is fully operational. The declaration came after intensive sea trials during which a C-Dome system installed on the

  • Hyundai selects Turkish 30 mm naval gun system for Philippine Navy frigates

    Key Points The Philippine Navy’s new frigates will each feature a 30 mm gun system from Aselsan The Turkish company is gaining a foothold in the region, and is also in talks with the Philippine government regarding further orders The Philippine Navy’s (PN’s) new frigates will be

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