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Israeli Navy Tests New Heavy Torpedo

The Navy completed a series of tests of a new long-range torpedo system set to enter service in the IDF’s submarine fleet. “The new torpedo preserves Israel’s freedom of action and the secrecy of its submarines which are an indispensable strategic tool for state security,” a senior IDF officer said

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Watch: Israeli Navy Intercepts Aerial, Naval Targets in Exercise

In the first part of the training, an aircraft that simulated a missile threat on a gas rig was intercepted by Barak-8 naval air defense system. In the second scenario, a naval target simulating an enemy ship was destroyed by naval cruise missiles launched from INS Lahav and INS Kidon

US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Reymundo A. Villegas III

New NATO Naval Command will Counter Russia in the Atlantic

Amid rising tensions with Russia, the Pentagon has launched a new naval command to bolster the US and NATO presence in the northern Atlantic Ocean, and the US Navy has re-established its Second Fleet command

IDF Navy patrol boats (Photo: IDF)

From the Deep Sea to the High Skies

The IDF Navy is developing network-centric connectivity throughout the spectrum: from the depths of the sea through the ground to the air. "A submarine commander will be able to communicate with the commander of a ground force before and during a combined operation, and both will be able to direct the pilot of an F-15 fighter to his targets"
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