The newest aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth built

Five years later in the city of Rosite after cutting the first sheet of steel, the largest military ship of the Royal British Navy was named after Queen Elizabeth, who smashed a bottle of champagne on board the newest 65,000 ton aircraft carrier.

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New sailer for the Royal Navy of Oman

On the morning of January 15, 2014, the training ship for the Royal Navy of Oman was launched at the Damen Shipyards Group in Romania.

Ukrainian shipbuilders built an amphibious ship for China

The Feodosia Shipyard More launched the world's largest air-cushion ship Zubr.

Android operating system in the service of the US Navy

American warships will soon be equipped with a standard 4G connection.

Gato-class submarine

In the Gato class, the U.S. Navy had found a fully capable boat with the characteristics necessary to fight a war in the Pacific. In the wake of the Pearl Harbor attack, it was obvious that the only way to halt the rapid expansion of Japanese conquests would be with an unconventional strategy, and to their credit, Admirals King and Nimitz came up with exactly the right approach. They devised a dual strategy — containment around the edges and strikes deep into the heart of the Japanese Empire. The resources available were a small and terribly vulnerable force of aircraft carriers and three-dozen fleet submarines plus the nine old V-boats and a few more obsolescent S-class boats.

The corvette Korsar

The corvette project 11541 Korsar patrol ship is designed to search for, to track and to engage surface, underwater and air targets, as well as to perform escort and patrol tasks. The corvette can carry out a wide class of missions, operating autonomously and within a tactical task force in sea and oceanic areas.

Frigate of the Turkish Navy TCG Yavuz

The ‘Yavuz’ cruiser is the first ship named after the Ottoman Sultan, Yavuz Selim. The German Navy ordered the ship to ‘Blohm&Voss shipyard’ and keel laid down in August 1909 and launched on 28 March 1911 as SMS Goeben. She served in Germen Imperial Navy until August 1914.

A contract for the purchase of Mistral-class ships for the Russian Federation will be signed before the end of 2010

The contract for the purchase of a universal helicopter carrier Mistral-class for the Russian Navy will be signed before the end of the year, RIA Novosti reports, citing the statement of the head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation Nikolai Makarov. Makarov also added, that the Russian authorities continue to prepare an international tender for the construction and purchase of the newest helicopter carriers for the Russian Navy.

The aircraft carrier USS Lexington

The USS Lexington is the last operational unit of the Essex class of carriers that were designed just prior to World War II, and were modernized in the 1950s. This is AVT-16 as she appears today during operations in the Gulf of Mexico.

The largest naval exercise Valiant Shield 2009

Exercise Valiant Shield was a large United States military war game held 19–24 June 2006 in the Pacific Ocean.