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South Korea conducts underwater ballistic missile ejection test from KSS-III submarine

The Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) has successfully conducted underwater ejection tests of an indigenously developed submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) from its newly commissioned...
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South Korea commissions first SLBM-capable KSS-III-class submarine

The Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) has commissioned its first locally made, submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM)-capable diesel-electric attack submarine at the facilities of Daewoo...

Shipbuilding – A Numbers Game

While experience grows among Indo-Pacific naval designers, order numbers remain crucial to keeping costs down and yards in business. The Indo-Pacific region has a significant...

Missing Indonesian submarine declared sunk, human error ruled out

KRI Nanggala, an Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) Cakra-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) that was reported missing in the Bali Sea on 21 April, has been found...
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Indonesian submarine reported missing in Bali Sea, search and rescue operations...

An Indonesian navy (TNI-AL) Cakra (Type 209/1300)-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) has been reported missing and an international search and rescue is presently underway in...

Indonesian navy receives first locally assembled submarine

The Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) received its third Nagapasa (Type 209/1400)-class diesel-electric submarine (SSK) at state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL’s facility in Surabaya on 17 March. The...
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India and South Korea launch new submarines

The proliferation of new diesel-electric attack submarines (SSKs) in the Asia Pacific region continues apace, with Indian and South Korean shipyards launching new boats...
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The Politics of Defence

Will the controversial new Defence Minister use his position to continue armed forces modernisation or further his own political ambitions? The surprising appointment of Prabowo...
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More anti-ship missiles on the way for Royal Thai Navy

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) is set to receive eight new Harpoon Block II anti-ship missiles (ASMs) following the award of a $657 million...
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Underwater Arms Race

The number of navies that can now invest in submarine technology is increasing, although operational capability will still vary widely. The submarine arms race in...

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