Russia to Develop Own Aegis

first_img View post tag: News by topic Share this article View post tag: develop September 4, 2012 Russia to Develop Own Aegis View post tag: Aegis View post tag: own Equipment & technology View post tag: Russia Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia to Develop Own Aegis Russia will have own sea-based missile defense system analogous to American Aegis, Anatoly Shlemov, head of state defense order department…[mappress]Source: rusnavy, Septembar 4, 2012last_img

UK: BAE Systems Hands Over HMS Duncan

first_img UK: BAE Systems Hands Over HMS Duncan HMS Duncan, the sixth and final of the UK’s sophisticated, new class of Type 45 Destroyers, has been formally handed over to the Royal Navy by shipbuilder BAE Systems, the MOD announced todayThe 7,500 tonne vessel, armed with the world-leading Sea Viper missile defence system, sailed to her new home in Portsmouth where she will undergo a series of trials and tests before being declared suitable for operations next year. Her arrival at the Naval Base marks the end of a successful 12 year build programme to provide the Royal Navy with a fleet of the largest and most powerful air defence destroyers it has ever received.Minister for Defence, Equipment, Support and Technology, Philip Dunne said:“The arrival of HMS Duncan in Portsmouth today marks the culmination of the Type 45 programme with the UK shipping industry to provide the Royal Navy with a fleet of world class destroyers.“Together these vessels are a formidable force and will play an important part in allowing the Royal Navy to protect our interests wherever needed around the world.”Head of the Ship Support Alliance for the MOD’s Defence, Equipment and Support Organisation, Commodore John Newell said:“This achievement represents the end of a huge amount of work by both the MOD and BAE Systems and I am delighted that all six ships are now in the hands of the Royal Navy and will soon be ready for deployment wherever that may be.”Commander James Stride, HMS Duncan’s Commanding Officer, said:“My team of Royal Navy personnel have been ‘standing-by’ the build of the ship since the launch in October 2010 and the numbers have now grown to the full complement of 180 men and women who are all now focussed on preparing for our sea training and trials phase under the White Ensign, prior to joining our sister ships on operations around the globe.”The first Type 45, HMS Daring, arrived in Portsmouth in January 2009. She has been followed by HMS Dauntless, Diamond, Dragon, Defender and now Duncan. They will all be based in Portsmouth.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, March 22, 2013; Image: Royal Navy Industry news March 22, 2013 View post tag: Defence View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy View post tag: Duncan Back to overview,Home naval-today UK: BAE Systems Hands Over HMS Duncan View post tag: Defense View post tag: Hands View post tag: HMS View post tag: BAE View post tag: over View post tag: Systems Share this articlelast_img read more

Gallery: HMS Daring Leaves Sydney, Australia

first_img Gallery: HMS Daring Leaves Sydney, Australia View post tag: Naval Share this article View post tag: Navy View post tag: Australia View post tag: Daring Training & Education HMS Daring has left Australia’s largest city after a week in the spotlight taking part in the country’s centennial celebrations of its navies.On a rather gloomy spring day, tugs helped the 8,500-tonne destroyer under the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and past the equally-famous Opera House as vessels attending the International Fleet Review departed.Darings leaves Sydney with plaudits from Britain’s High Commissioner Paul Madden – in Commonwealth countries, the equivalent of an ambassador – who says the Royal Australian Navy’s 100th birthday has been supported “in style”.The Portsmouth-based destroyer is officially 49 per cent of her way through her global deployment – the first by a Type 45, and the first visit to Australia by the RN’s new breed of air defence ships.Since arriving in Sydney last Friday, Daring has taken part in two ceremonial reviews – the first recreated the entry by the inaugural RAN Fleet in 1913, the second was a more traditional fleet review witnessed by Prince Harry – services of commemoration for Australian sailors killed in the line of duty and a parade through the heart of Sydney with 4,000 seafarers from around the world.Mr Madden says all the Royal Navy’s participants in the week-long events in Sydney had been a credit to the country.“Britain turned out in style to support the event,” he stressed.“The Band of HM Royal Marines drew many admiring glances as they marched through the streets of Sydney on parade with 4,000 sailors.“Their musicianship and the precision of their drill demonstrated clearly why they are generally held to be the best military band in the world.”Daring hosted various receptions for business and political leaders in Sydney and Melbourne and will do the same in Adelaide, and welcomed a lot of media aboard – resulting in considerable coverage for the RN Down Under.“HMS Daring was busy all week. We really took advantage of having such a splendid Royal Navy asset in town,” Mr Madden added.He spent two days aboard the Type 45 sailing into Sydney Harbour when the ship arrived – “a spectacular experience” – and was impressed by the “seamanship and camaraderie” of the 200-plus sailors aboard.Among the more symbolic acts of Daring’s stay in New South Wales was the return of a plaque which once hung in Sydney’s Admiralty House.At a special reception aboard the Type 45, Britain’s most senior sailor First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George Zambellas and Jonathan Perceval-Maxwell, the great grandson of Admiral Sir George King-Hall – regarded as the father of the RAN – presented the ‘Admiral’s Office Australia’ plaque to Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, today’s head of the Commonwealth nation’s Navy.The plaque was affixed to Admiralty House during Britain’s command at the Australia Station and spent a century in the UK after Admiral Sir George King-Hall, the last British Commander-in-Chief of the Australia Station in 1913, returned with it to England when the Royal Navy departed Australia.At the request of Sir George King-Hall’s family, the plaque, carved from a single block of wood, was returned to the Royal Australian Navy.[mappress]Press Release, October 14, 2013; Image: Royal Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Gallery: HMS Daring Leaves Sydney, Australia center_img View post tag: HMS View post tag: Leaves October 14, 2013 View post tag: Defense View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Defence View post tag: Sydneylast_img read more

HMAS Childers Pays Historic Visit to Bangladesh

first_img January 30, 2014 HMAS Childers Pays Historic Visit to Bangladesh View post tag: Bangladesh Length56.8m View post tag: Childers HMAS Childers was en route to the Indian Navy-hosted activity Milan 2014, scheduled to start on February 3, when she stopped for a port-call in Bangladesh.The crew of the ship will conduct professional and cultural exchange activities during the visit, which will end on January 31st.HMAS Childers was launched by its builder, Henderson-based Austal Shipyard, on December 18th 2006 and commissioned in Cairns, Queensland on 7 July 2007. Range3,000 nautical miles (5,600 km; 3,500 mi)at 12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) View post tag: Defence                                            25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) View post tag: Defense View post tag: Pays View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today HMAS Childers Pays Historic Visit to Bangladesh StatusActive as of 2014 Beam9.7m View post tag: Naval [mappress]Naval Today Staff, January 30, 2014; Image: Australian Navy HMAS CHILDERS ACPB 93The Royal Australian Navy’s Armidale Class Patrol Boat HMAS Childers docked in Chittagong, Bangladesh on January 27th, marking the Navy’s first visit to the country in decades. Draught2.7m HMAS CHILDERS (ACPB 93) Displacement300 tons standard load View post tag: historic View post tag: HMAS Complement21 standard, 29 maximum Training & Education Speed View post tag: Navy View post tag: Visit Share this articlelast_img read more

INS Sumedha Ready for Commissioning

first_img View post tag: Naval View post tag: Ready Back to overview,Home naval-today INS Sumedha Ready for Commissioning View post tag: Sumedha INS SUMEDHAThe largest offshore patrol ship indigenously designed and built by Goa Shipyard Ltd (GSL) for the Indian Navy, named INS ‘Sumedha’ will be formally commissioned by VAdm Anil Chopra, PVSM, AVSM, FO C-IN-C East on 7th March 2014 at GSL. View post tag: Navy The ship on commissioning will join Eastern Naval Command at Vizag, the sword arm of Indian Navy.RAdm (Retd.) Shekhar Mital NM, CMD GSL in his message said “This warship is the culmination of many years of in-house design development and ship build techniques. The commissioning of this ship, marks a significant milestone in GSL’s & nation’s march towards indigenization and self reliance. It becomes more important as Sumedha is 200th ship indigenously built by GSL. GSL is the only yard which has delivered four classes of OPVs to both Navy and Coast Guard. Successive projects have witnessed considerable improvement, bringing applaud from users to Shipyard.”CMD further said “Yard is now undertaking massive modernisation at an outlay of Rs. 700 Crores, of which Rs. 400 Crores has already been spent. Yard is near ready to take on construction of new MCMV project, which will provide major push to Naval mine sweeping capabilities”.INS ‘Sumedha’ is the third of the new 105 meter class of NOPV and the largest ship constructed by GSL for the Indian Navy. This state of the art ship will help meet the increasing requirement of the Indian Navy for undertaking ocean surveillance and surface warfare operations in order to prevent infiltration and transgression of maritime sovereignty. This ship is suitable for monitoring sea lanes of communication, defence of offshore oil installations and other critical offshore national assets. The ship can also be deployed for escorting high value ships and fleet support operations.The first and second of the series of new NOPV, INS SARYU and SUNAYNA were earlier handed over to the Indian Navy by GSL on 21 December 2012 and 02 September 2013 respectively.It will be recalled that Shore Based Test Facility(SBTF) meant for landing trials of MIG 29K & LCA, built by GSL at INS Hansa is also ready for commissioning. This is a unique and only facility created by GSL in Asia and third in the world. The facility has already been used for training of naval pilots for landing onboard Vikramaditya.[mappress]Press Release, March 4, 2014, 2014; Image: Goa Shipyard March 4, 2014center_img View post tag: commissioning Share this article View post tag: News by topic Industry news INS Sumedha Ready for Commissioning View post tag: INSlast_img read more

BNS Leopold I Concludes Op Sophia Deployment

first_img View post tag: EUNAVFOR Med BNS Leopold I Concludes Op Sophia Deployment Belgian frigate Leopold I said farewell to the European Task Force EUNAVFOR MED operation SOPHIA after 38 days of activity in the Mediterranean Sea.The crew, composed of 158 sailors, including 9 women, provided support to Operation Sophia.They ran on duty within a Task Force composed of 8 naval units and 9 air assets, led by the Force Commander, the Italian Rear Admiral Andrea Gueglio, embarked on board the Flagship Cavour, together with the multinational staff.During their operational activities, Leopold I contributed to the rescue of 258 migrants. Following the rescue operation, 4 smugglers have been identified as smugglers and delivered to the Italian judicial authorities.Furthermore, “Bluebird”, Alouette 3 – the helicopter embarked onboard the ship – performed 22 air surveillance operations.Captain Luc De Maesschalck, the Commanding Officer of the Belgian ship, said:This mission was a new experience for the Leopold and turned out also to be very tactically and humanly interesting, all the crew was proud being part of it.Image: EUNAVFOR View post tag: Op Sophia Share this article View post tag: BNS LEOPOLD I November 19, 2015 Back to overview,Home naval-today BNS Leopold I Concludes Op Sophia Deployment Authoritieslast_img read more

Outstanding efforts recognised onboard HMAS Darwin

first_img Outstanding efforts recognised onboard HMAS Darwin July 27, 2016 View post tag: HMAS Darwin View post tag: Australian Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Outstanding efforts recognised onboard HMAS Darwin center_img Last month, on completion of her fifth and final patrol on Operation MANITOU, HMAS Darwin took a moment to recognise the extraordinary efforts of the crew who ensured the success of her deployment. Commander Joint Task Force 633, Air Vice Marshal Tim Innes was onboard Darwin in the port of Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, to present ADF Commendations to well deserving sailors and officers. Commander Combined Task Force 150, Commodore Guy Robinson, RN, was also onboard for the ceremony.The event began with an address by both Air Vice Marshal Innes and Commodore Robinson thanking the crew for their efforts. Each of the people awarded ADF Commendations have made a significant contribution to Darwin and the achievement of her mission in the Middle Eastern Region,” Commander Henry said.“These commendations let them know their contribution did not go unnoticed and shows the ADF’s appreciation for a consistently high level of professionalism and dedication to duty. “However, they form only part of a crew that consistently impressed with their ability to put in the hard yards when called upon to do so.”All members of the Ship’s Company were presented the Australian Operational Service Medal – Greater Middle Eastern Operation, and Operational Service badge for those on their first deployment.HMAS Darwin recently returned home from Operation MANITOU, Australia’s maritime security contribution to the Middle East Region. The deployment was Darwin’s seventh deployment to the Middle East Region and the 62nd for the RAN since 1990. Authorities Share this articlelast_img read more

Indo-Pacific Endeavour ships wrap up final port visits

first_img View post tag: IPE18 View post tag: HMAS Toowoomba View post tag: Royal Australian Navy View post tag: HMAS Adelaide Ships deployed as part of the Royal Australian Navy’s Indo-Pacific Endeavour tour have concluded their final port visits before returning home later this week.HMA Ships Adelaide and Toowoomba visited the Solomon Islands’ capital Honiara, while HMAS Success visited Rabaul in Papua New Guinea, working with Pacific Island partners in support of regional prosperity and security.ADF personnel worked alongside partner security forces and local communities to conduct women in leadership and medical workshops, as well as carrying out repair and maintenance work to local schools, health and community facilities, and historic sites.The crews also conducted commemoration services for the loss of HMAS AE1, Australia’s first submarine, which sank off the coast of Rabaul in 1914, and the sinking of HMAS Canberra during the WWII Pacific campaign.IPE Joint Task Group Commander, Captain Jim Hutton, said the visits reinforced our regional security partnerships.“We were honored by the welcome we received in both countries,” Captain Hutton said.“Over the last few days, we have forged stronger people-to-people links and joint capacities in both countries that can be utilized in times of crisis.“At the end of the day we are all committed to supporting regional security, and IPE has enhanced our ability to operate more seamlessly with our Pacific partners.”In the Solomon Islands, the ADF focussed on maritime security training with the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Maritime Division.The IPE Joint Task Group was also able to assist the RSIPF conduct a short notice medical evacuation of four people, including a teenager who had been critically injured in a remote part of the country.“We were able to support the RSIPF’s request for assistance by utilizing two of the ADF’s embarked MRH-90 helicopters to send five police officers and medical teams to Bellona Island to retrieve the wounded individuals back to Honiara for emergency treatment,” Captain Hutton said.“This highlights not only the capability of the ADF to work with partners to rapidly plan and conduct joint force operations in a complex security environment, but also our enduring commitment to our friends and neighbors in the region.”These port visits follow successful capacity building and community engagement activities conducted during visits to Vanuatu, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa in Phase One of IPE in June.The IPE Joint Task Group will return to Australia later this week. Photo: HMA Ships Adelaide and Toowoomba sail in company in the Pacific Ocean during Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2018. Photo: Royal Australian Navy Share this articlelast_img read more

Polish Navy: new tugs to feature Schottel propulsion systems

first_imgThe Polish Navy’s six new multi-role tugs will all feature Schottel propulsion solutions, the German manufacturer said.Bolko, the first of six tugs built by Remontowa Shipyard in Poland has recently been delivered to the Polish Navy.Further five tugs – Gniewko, Mieszko, Semko, Leszko and Przemko – are scheduled for delivery in the near future.The propulsion system of the navy tugs consists of two ice-classed Schottel Rudderpropellers type SRP 360 with 2.0 m fixed pitch propellers. Each thruster is driven by an MTU 12V 4000 engine delivering a power of 1,193 kW. As a result, the tugs will achieve a bollard pull of up to 35 tonnes and a free-running speed of 12 knots.The Polish tugs will be used for military and logistical operations support at sea and in ports as well as for technical evacuations, personnel transfers, search and rescue operations and oil spill recovery.Thanks to FSIC IA ice-class reinforcement, these vessels can also be deployed in the Baltic Sea at any time of the year, Schottel explained. View post tag: Polish Navy Share this article View post tag: Tugscenter_img View post tag: Schottel Photo: Photo: Schottellast_img read more

Research Study Director

first_imgFunction independently and serve as a key contributor to studydevelopment and design for several multicenter studies.Lead development of study protocols and data collection forms.This involves providing oversight and coordination of protocolcommittee meetings, piloting data collection, and managing researchstaff within the coordinating center to deliver training on studyprocedures to research teams at participating clinicalcenters.Manage regulatory approvals, amendments, and annual progressreports for each study in accordance with local IRB and sponsor IRBpolicies.Design, review, interpret, and integrate data from reports onenrollment, follow-up, and data quality for assigned studies.Participate in the analysis and interpretation of study resultsand drafting study reports and papers.Provide on-going technical and scientific guidance to theresearch staff and participating centers.Serve on consortium working groups or committees asappropriate.Attend scientific meetings, conferences and training courses toenhance job and professional skills. The Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns HopkinsBloomberg School of Public Health has an opening for a researchfaculty position in clinical trial implementation. This position isopen rank on the non-professorial track. Rank will be commensuratewith qualifications and experience. The successful candidate willserve as a core member of the Coordinating Center for the MajorExtremity Trauma and Rehabilitation Consortium ( ), a Department of Defensefunded multi-center collaboration of over 50 civilian and militarytrauma centers dedicated to conducting the research needed toimprove outcomes of service members and civilians who sustain majorlimb trauma. METRC provides the platform for contributing to thescience of conducting clinical research in a challenging patientpopulation and treatment environment. The position includes acombination of administrative and scholarly activities and requirescoordination with investigators and staff from multiple departmentsand institutions.The Research Study Director will manage and coordinate severalmulticenter clinical trials supported by METRC. Under the directionof the METRC Coordinating Center Director and Deputy DirectorDirector(s), the Research Study Director is responsible for writingnarratives for new grant submissions, developing researchprotocols, managing protocol committees, and overseeing siteperformance, study enrollment and follow-up, data analysis andcommunication of results.More specifically, the Research Study Director will: Applicants for the position should have a Master’s Degree or Ph.D.with training and experience in the design and conduct of clinicalresearch. The successful candidate will exhibit potential for adistinguished record of scholarship in clinical trialsimplementation and outcomes research more broadly.Applications are received via Interfolio only. To apply, pleaseclick the “Apply Now” button.The Johns Hopkins University is committed to equal opportunity forits faculty, staff, and students. To that end, the university doesnot discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, marital status,pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age,disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity orexpression, veteran status or other legally protectedcharacteristic. The university is committed to providing qualifiedindividuals access to all academic and employment programs,benefits and activities on the basis of demonstrated ability,performance and merit without regard to personal factors that areirrelevant to the program involved.The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more: legal information read more