Replacement of Dutch submarines Walrus: final straight 2020?

The replacement of Walrus-class submarines (Zr. Ms. Walrus (1992), Zr. Ms. Zeeleeuw (1990), Zr. Ms. Dolfijn (1993) and Zr. Ms. Bruinvis (1994) of the US Navy Netherlands…

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Turkey begins anaerobic propulsion submarine program

Following the example of South Korea, the Turkish authorities have invested considerably in the development of their defense industry for several years, so as to achieve, the most ...

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India launches program to build 6 underwater AIP Project 75 (i)

The Defense Acquisition Board, or DAC, approved the construction of 6 attack submarines identified as Project 75 (i). The new submarines will have to have anaerobic propulsion (AIP), increasing ...

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European naval consolidation facing its contradictions

During the presentation of the "MERCATOR" plan, framing the evolution of the French Navy until 2030, the Chief of Staff of the French Navy, Admiral Prazuck, implicitly confirmed a fear which ...

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Korea positions itself in the AIP submarine market

It only took 2 generations of licensed 9 209 and 9 2014 after Germany, so that the South Korean shipyards could assimilate all the technologies needed to develop their own conventional AIP propulsion submarines, a technology that allows the submersible to stay several weeks underwater.

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