Boeing has delivered the first Orca Extra Large Uncrewed Undersea Vehicle (XLUUV) to the US Navy

Austal announced that it has received a US$867.6 million undefinitised contract award for the final design and construction of three Expeditionary Medical Ships from the US Navy.

Exail Robotics Belgium subsidiary has revealed that the first two remote mine warfare countermeasures platforms for the Belgian and Dutch Navies have been verified and approved by the customer at its facility in Ostend | Nigel Pittaway

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Aerial delivery for Army’s sea boats

A tender for the supply of Air Droppable Sea Boats for the Australian Army and sea boats for the Royal Australian Navy closed in January 2023 | Nigel Pittaway

Babcock, Bechtel Australia and HII have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, agreeing to work together to establish and support Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine program.

HMA Ships Toowoomba, Stalwart, Brisbane and Choules have returned to Australia after a three-month regional presence deployment in Northeast and Southeast Asia.

The US Congress has passed legislation allowing Australia to buy three US Navy Virginia-class nuclear attack submarines, clearing a major hurdle in Australia’s nuclear sub journey | Max Blenkin

The Western Australian government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Babcock Australasia, focused on industry expansion and workforce development.

BAE Systems Australia has announced the successful completion of laser scanning technology trials conducted at the Osborne Naval Shipyard and Henderson shipyard.

Austal and Birdon have signed an MoU to develop defence shipbuilding capability for delivery of the Landing Craft-Medium Project.

As the frigate HMNZS Te Mana and tanker HMNZS Aotearoa return to New Zealand following a five-month deployment, the Royal New Zealand Navy fleet remains at risk | Tim Fish

Thales Australia has been awarded a five-year contract to operate and maintain the Captain Cook Graving Dock at Garden Island Defence Precinct in Sydney.

The Australian Submarine Agency has entered into a contract with Australian steel manufacturer, Bisalloy Steels, for the qualification of Australian steel for use on Australia’s future SSN-AUKUS submarines.

The Australian Submarine Agency has said the new FMS case will enable the purchase of required services to support Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine program | Nigel Pittaway

Solomon Islands has become the first recipient of Australian-supplied Guardian-class patrol boats to arm its vessels | Ben Felton

AML3D has announced a manufacture contract for the provision of a test part for BAE Systems Hunter class frigates.