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Gun and other components of the warfare mission package of the U.S. Navy's Littoral Combat Ships have completed Phase One development testing. The Navy said the tests involved surface warfare components such as the MK 46 gun system, .50-caliber and 7.
The 378-foot Freedom was designed to perform a variety of missions in shallow coastal waters while operating at high speeds. US Navy Sailors aboard Freedom, the first of the Navy's new littoral combat ships, successfully completed the first phase of
The future Fort Worth, LCS 3, successfully completed acceptance trials May 4 on Lake Michigan. The ship's major systems and equipment were tested prior to the Navy accepting the ship. Lockheed Martin Written by 5:51 p.m., June 6, 2012 The Navy
Marinette Marine plans to turn over the warship it built for the U.S...The shipbuilder finished the 377-foot Fort Worth two months ahead of schedule. The ship is designed to patrol close to shore and can quickly switch from one combat mode to another.
Enterprise Ventures Corporation Awarded $12.5 Million Contract to Build U.S...MH-60S helicopter with the widest, largest minesweeping capability by making Organic Airborne Mine Countermeasures Systems deployable from fleet assets in dangerous waters.
Navy will receive its third littoral combat ship this summer following the vessel's successful completion of acceptance trials. The trials, conducted in port and while underway on Lake Michigan, were carried out for four days this month by a Lockheed
The first of a new class of U.S. coastal warships will be sent to Singapore next spring for a roughly 10-month deployment, the Navy said on Wednesday, spotlighting a move that may stir China's fears of U.S. South China Sea disputes. Deployment of
The future littoral combat ship Fort Worth, LCS 3, on Friday completed sea trials that are its last significant milestone before the ship is delivered to the Navy. The Fort Worth is the second in the Freedom class of littoral ships, a new breed for
Navy for maritime policing and partnership-building in Asia-Pacific waters, where many countries in the region are trying to find a way to balance the rise of China without provoking a military confrontation. These vessels, known as Littoral Combat
The USS Independence, part of a new class of warships built for combat in coastal waters but also capable of open-ocean warfare, is scheduled to arrive at its home port of Naval Station San Diego for the first time Wednesday. The ship left its