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  1. SNLE-3G

    First look at next generation French SSBN

    France’s Triomphant Class SSBNs are among the most modern submarines in NATO, but work is already underway on a replacement set to enter service around 2032...
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  2. Narco_2018-09

    Narcosub update
    Two more narco-subs have recently been intercepted off the coast of Latin America on their passage north from Colombia to Mexico....

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  3. LADA_KS-III

    Russia and South Korean both launch submarines
    Russia’s second Project 677 LADA Class submarine was launched on 20th September 2018 in Saint Petersburg on Baltic Coast. Four thousand miles away, South Korea launched the first KSS-III Class submarine a few days earlier. Both are examples of the latest generation of diesel-electric submarines but there are at different ends of the conventional submarine spectrum....

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  4. N-310_Class_Submarine

    German shipyard plans to enter the midget submarine market with new design
    On 6th September 2018 German shipyard Nordseewerke Emden revealed plans to build a new class of midget submarine, with a proposed launch date of 2021....

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  5. Centaur_assault_boat

    Ukrainian Centaur Class armored assault boat
    The new Project 58181 Centaur Class are a hybrid of Ukraine’s stereotypical Armored Artillery Boat concept and the Swedish Assault Boat concept.....


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  6. Spetsnaz_exercise_in_Mediterranean

    Spetsnaz exercise in Mediterranean with Western kit
    Russia has been conducting large-scale war games in the Eastern Mediterranean. Spetsnaz combat swimmers performed operations from a KILO Class submarine using German supplied diver propulsion vehicles (DPVs) and Italian rebreathers....
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  7. Argentina_probing_Falklands_Defenses

    Argentinean Navy Vessel approached Falklands Islands
    On 2nd September 2018 an Argentinean Naval vessel approached close to the British territorial waters of the Falkland Islands. The vessel appears to have turned off its AIS (Automated Identification System) as it approached Islands...
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  8. Tandem_Propeller_Submarines

    US Navy research into tandem propeller submarines
    Flag Cdr. Frederick R. Haselton, US Navy, conceived that a submarine can operate with just two propellers, without the need for rudders or hydroplanes. It can move in almost any direction, including backwards, by subtly directing the thrust from the propellers.... Read More >....

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