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DRDO BrahMos supersonic cruise missile successfully fired by Indian Navy
On November 28, 2019, the Indian Navy successfully test-fired a DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation) developed BrahMos supersonic cruise missile in the Arabian Sea, news agency ANI reported.
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UK Home Office Calls for Royal Navy to Push Back Migrant BoatsFacing an increase in the number of migrants attempting to cross the English Channel, the UK Home Office has asked for assistance from the Royal Navy to address the number of crossings.
Royal Navy's "Build British" Debate Heats Up Once MoreThe UK Ministry of Defence's contract tender for three new fleet auxiliaries has begun again, nine months after it was suspended amidst concerns about foreign bidders.
"Small Number" of COVID Cases Aboard Carrier USS George H.W. BushThe U.S. Navy has confirmed that a "small number" of sailors aboard the carrier USS George H.W. Bush have tested positive for COVID-19.
Royal Navy Tracks Russian Sub Through English ChannelTwo Royal Navy warships recently shadowed a surfaced Russian submarine as it passed through the English Channel.
China's Navy Builds Up its Amphibious Assault CapabilityChina's navy is making a significant investment in amphibious assault vessels to support expeditionary operations, like landings on disputed islands in the South China Sea.
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