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ANOKA, Minnesota – February 12, 2018 – Federal Premium is proud to secure a significant domestic military ammunition contract award. The U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane Division, operated under the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems...Show More Summary
Five-year contract beginning in 2018 for the delivery of up to $20 million in 40-caliber frangible training rounds featuring Federal Premium’s lead-free Catalyst high-performance primer. This post Federal Premium Receive Five Year Ammo Contract from U.S. Naval Surface Warfare appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
Warfare History Network History, Europe It all happened when Allied warships cornered a Nazi surface raider. As soon as the British radio operator started batting out the distress signal on December 2, 1939, the German pocket battleship opened up with a 37mm gun. Show More Summary
Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane awarded a contract to SureFire for muzzle brakes, and suppressors for the MK13 MOD 7 SNIPER RIFLE, 10.3 and 14.5 M4A1. This post SureFire Awarded Additional SOCOM Contract for Muzzle Brakes & Suppressors appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
On most counts the U.S. Navy is a deadly serious business with its nuclear submarines, supercarriers, and destroyer mounted railguns. But one of its more whimsical facilities is landlocked in suburban Maryland: a half-mile long indoor...Show More Summary
Kris Osborn Security, Ospreys will soon have a bigger ‘bite’ than before. The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, has been exploring the use of forward firing rockets, missiles, fixed guns, a chin mounted gun, and also looked atShow More Summary
Jared Keller Security, They just conducted their first multi-shot salvos. The Navy’s much-hyped electromagnetic railgun has come a long way. Ever since the futuristic cannon enjoyed a public debut at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,...Show More Summary
(Purdue University) An agreement among WestGate Authority, Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division (NSWC Crane), Purdue University and Purdue Research Foundation to pivot patented technologies developed for the US Department of Defense has shown strong adaptability to serve other societal purposes in the public sector.
(Purdue University) WestGate Authority, Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division (NSWC Crane), Purdue University and Purdue Research Foundation will combine strengths to advance educational, research and development, and technology commercialization across Indiana and elsewhere.
Americas The US Navy has granted General Dynamics a $244 million contract to provide training services to the Center of Surface Systems (CSS). Awarded by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, the program will see GD provide training and training-related program support services, from curriculum development to advanced warfare training across the CSCS domain, […]
NO LASER BEAMS? Marine Corps to Arm Osprey With New Weapons and build a new variant for the 2030s. “Currently, NSWC (Naval Surface Warfare Center) Dahlgren explored the use of forward firing rockets, missiles, fixed guns, a chin mounted gun, and also looked at the use of a 30MM gun along with gravity drop rockets […]
About a month ago the Naval Special Warfare Group 2 of Virginia Beach set the Twittersphere ablaze after video surfaced of their military convoy flying a Trump flag on their lead vehicle. Photos and videos of the 'event' quickly spread around the internet and prompted a full Navy investigation into the incident. Show More Summary
A US Navy ship has operated on a 100 percent drop-in renewable diesel fuel — a first, according to the biofuel makers Applied Research Associates and Chevron Lummus Global. Last week the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division’s Self Defense Test Ship completed final-phase testing of a 100 percent drop-in renewable diesel fuel, called ReadiDiesel. […]
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division's (NSWC PHD) Self Defense Test Ship (SDTS), ex-Paul F. Foster went underway for final-phase testing of two alternative fuels, May 31.
New prototype enhances ship testing capability at NSWC Carderock Division A new 1,000-pound inertial actuator, the AMA1000, is giving engineers at Naval Surface Warfare Center,
The Surface Navy Association is holding its 28th National Symposium near the nation's capital this week, and there is a lot to talk about. After25 yearsof being able to take U.S. maritime superiority for granted, the Navy now faces what its top admiral, Chief of Naval Operations John M. Richardson, [...]
Earlier this month the Zumwalt began sea trials. The first of a probable three ships, Zumwalt once represented the future of U.S. naval surface warfare. Budget shortfalls, changed priorities and predictable cost overruns cut the projected purchase from a fleet-sustaining 32 units to an experimental trio of ships. Still, Zumwalt represents a...
The Navy’s Surface Warfare leaders announced a new warfighting concept, Distributed Lethality (DL) nine months ago at the January 2015 Surface Navy Association symposium in Arlington, Va., and outlined it in the U.S. Naval Institute magazine Proceedings. Show More Summary
Russian military technology has considerably added to the development of the People’s Liberation Army Navy’s (PLAN) surface warfare capabilities – including long-range precision strikes, publication The Diplomat wrote.