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Papua New Guinea receives its 3rd Guardian-class patrol boat from Australia

Australian shipbuilder Austal has handed over the 13th Guardian-class Patrol Boat (GCPB) to the Australian defense department for delivery to the Papua...

Australia launches first of new “evolved” Cape-class patrol boats

Australian shipbuilder Austal has launched the first of six Evolved Cape-class patrol boats it is building for the Royal Australian Navy at...

US Navy christens 16th Independence-variant LCS ‘Santa Barbara’

The US Navy christened its 16th Independence-class littoral combat ship, the future USS Santa Barbara (LCS 32), at Austal USA's Gulf Coast...

Austal nabs US Navy contract for Navajo-class salvage ship construction

The US Navy has awarded Austal USA a $145 million contract to build two Navajo-class towing, salvage, and rescue ships (T-ATS 11...

Australia delivers Guardian-class patrol boat to Vanuatu

The Australian government has delivered a Guardian-class patrol boat to Vanuatu as part of its program to equip 12 Pacific Island nations...

US Navy’s final Expeditionary Fast Transport ship to be named Point...

The acting secretary of the US Navy, Thomas W. Harker, has announced that the fifteenth Spearhead-class Expeditionary Fast Transport (EFP) ship will...

Austal delivers 14th Independence variant LCS to US Navy

The future USS Savannah littoral combat ship is the seventh vessel delivered by Austal USA to the US Navy in just two years.

11th Guardian patrol boat delivered by Austal goes to Kiribati

The vessel is the first Guardian-class Patrol Boat to be delivered to Kiribati under the Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement Project.

Australia’s amphibious vehicle replacement program attracts first bidders

Australia is investing A$800 million in the purchase of new amphibious vehicles and landing craft under Project LAND 8710 (Phase 1).

Austal delivers two Cape-class patrol boats to Trinidad and Tobago

Austal delivered TTS Port of Spain and TTS Scarborough to Trinidad and Tobago just seven months after it launched the first of two ships in December 2020.

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