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Taiwan allocates NT$3 billion budget to build its own submarines


A file photo of the Taiwanese navy’s Dutch-built submarine being maintained in a naval shipyard at Tsoying, Taiwan. Photo: AFP

Taiwan has allocated NT$3 billion (HK$714 million) over four years, beginning next year, to launch a long-awaited programme for the island to build its own diesel-electric submarines. 354 more words

USS Ronald Reagan leaves San Diego for Japan as part of three-carrier swap

San Diego, Calif. – The USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) is scheduled to leave Naval Air Station North Island on Monday and head to Japan to serve with the Navy’s forward deployed forces in the U.S. 260 more words


The Bridge

   World affairs were rapidly changing day to day. Windfalls continued in the oil rich

countries of the Middle East; at the same time the Chinese were busy celebrating… 364 more words

Political Thriller

The USS Dwight D. Eisenhower is back in action

Norfolk, Va. – The USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) is back.

The 38-year-old aircraft carrier was spotted cruising down the Elizabeth River on Friday morning after spending nearly two years at Norfolk Naval Shipyard for a scheduled docking planned incremental availability (DPIA). 148 more words


USS George Washington


   The sound of jet engine turbines reaching high revolutions per minute along with aircraft directors dressed in their yellow deck jerseys with corresponding helmets, shouting directives, filled the sea air aboard the USS George Washington. 125 more words

Political Thriller

Transportation | ASSP training

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A Rafale M from the French Navy performing a practice carrier landing (appontage simulé sur piste or ASSP). 12 more words


The Navy's last flying aircraft carrier

Off the California coast lies the sunken wreckage of the U.S. Navy’s last flying aircraft carrier.

The idea that the Navy had flying aircraft carriers is probably new to a lot of people. 581 more words