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US, New Zealand sign defense cooperation accord

The United States and New Zealand signed an agreement to expand defense cooperation but the deal does not alter Auckland's longstanding ban on port...

Somali pirates weakened but not defeated: EU commander

The number of successful Somali pirate attacks has fallen but international navies must not drop their guard and keep up the pressure, the commander...

Lockheed Delivers 4th Upgraded P-3 Orion to US Customs and Border Protection

Lockheed Martin delivered the fourth P-3 Orion with new Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) modifications to U.S. Customs and Border Protection two months ahead of schedule...

Indra Develops A Maritime Surveillance Light Aircraft

Indra, the premier IT company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe, is working on the development of a new maritime surveillance...

British, French ships join US carrier in Strait of Hormuz

British and French ships joined a US carrier group in a six-strong flotilla of warships which passed through the sensitive Strait of Hormuz, Britain's...

China to send armed patrols on Mekong: report

China and several neighbouring countries will provide armed escorts to ships navigating the Mekong River, state media said Wednesday, after 13 Chinese sailors were...

No Warships Protecting UK Shores

Cutbacks have left the UK without a single warship specifically tasked with protecting the country's shores for the past month, the Ministry of Defence...

Pirates seize tanker off coast of Nigeria

Pirates seized an oil tanker with over 20 crew off the coast of Nigeria, an official of the International Maritime Bureau said on Thursday...

Report to Congress on US-India Security Cooperation

The relationship between the United States and India – what President Obama has called one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century –...

DCNS Launches New OPV at African Show

Maritime and Coastal Security Africa will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 26 to 28 October 2011. For the first time DCNS...