Blekinge, Barracuda, Taigei: how do modern conventional submarines perform? - 2nd part

According to the staff of the American Navy, submarines represent today the best response to the rise of certain naval powers, citing China in particular. It is…

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Koninklijke Marine: letter B given to the submarine builders selected to replace the Walrus

The Secretary of State for Defense of the Government of the Netherlands, Mrs. Barbara Visser, signed this Friday, December 13, 2019 the letter B given to the three manufacturers of selected submarines ...

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Replacement of the Dutch submarines Walrus: decision postponed to 2021

The news slammed in the air like a gunshot in the December 6, 2019 edition of Telegraaf (Niels Rigter, “Kabinet: uitstel onderzeeërs”): the replacement…

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Orka program: two Södermanland class submarines ceded by Sweden for Poland?

The Polish Minister of Defense, Mr. Mariusz Błaszczak, confirmed, during the Polish Navy Day, in a press release the existence of negotiations with Sweden for the rental of…

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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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Sweden re-activates naval bunkers against Russian threat

The strengthening of Russian military capabilities is taken very seriously by the Swedish authorities, as is the case, moreover, for the majority of Scandinavian countries or bordering the sea ...

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Saab and Damen propose their model for the replacement of Dutch submarines

While rumors suggest that the Polish submarine market, which sees TKMS and Naval Group fighting a merciless war, would be postponed, the Walrus submarine replacement program of the Royal Netherlands Navy remains one of the major stakes for the players in this market.

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