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Naming of the fourth submarine for the Republic of Singapore

On 22 April 2024, the fourth submarine in the Type 218SG construction program was named at the thyssenkrupp Marine Systems shipyard in Kiel. The...

Singapore launches fourth Invincible-class submarine

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN)’s fourth Type 218SG Invincible-class diesel-electric submarine, the future RSS Inimitable, has been launched at Germany’s Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems...
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Submarines Resurgent

Submarines are undergoing a renaissance in the Asia-Pacific region. Excluding mini-submarines, approximately 230 are in service. With a growing naval superpower present in the Asia-Pacific...

thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited sign contract for...

After thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Ltd. concluded a Memorandum of Understanding in June this year for the local construction of submarines...
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thyssenkrupp Marine Systems hands over second frigate for Egyptian Navy

The Egyptian Navy accepted the MEKO® A-200 EN frigate at a ceremony in Bremerhaven. During the handover ceremony, the vessel was named “AL-QAHHAR”. ...

thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited express their intention...

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in the presence of the German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius thyssenkrupp Marine Systems responsible for engineering, design and...

IMDEX Asia 2023 returns with renewed vigour and a robust programme

When Asia Pacific’s leading maritime and defence exhibition, IMDEX Asia returns this May for its 13th edition, top executives and decision makers in the...
KRI Nagapasa (403), the first of three new Nagapasa-class submarines of the Indonesian Navy that was commissioned in August 2017. The second Ardadedali was commissioned in April 2018 and the third Alugoro entered service in April 2021. (TNI-AL)

Submarine Status

Operating submarines can enhance the reputation of the naval force employing them, but they should be properly funded and not just for show. Conventional submarines...
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EDITOR’S BUNKER BRIEFING (29 September 2021, No.70)

Dear Readers, THEY DON’T MAKE ‘EM LIKE THEY USED TO… One can’t help but being amazed that the venerable Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber will have its...
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Singapore Keeps Its Spear Tip Sharp

The modernisation of Singapore’s armed forces Singapore’s intent to maintain one of the most modern defence forces in Asia Pacific was once again emphasised when...

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