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09.21.2009 India floats out the second Project-15A destroyer
The float-out ceremony of the second out of three Project-15A low-observable destroyers took place at Mazagon Dock Ltd in Mumbai on Sept, 18.

09.21.2009 The British underrated the cost of new nuclear missiles and aircraft carriers
Replacement of Trident sea-based ballistic missile systems, construction and equipping two new aircraft carriers for British Navy will cost £130 billion ($210 billion). That is considerably greater than British Government's evaluations.

09.15.2009 Indian private shipyard to build combat vessels
Indian private shipyard to build combat vessels.

09.13.2009 Sunk ship found off the Italian coast probably contains toxic waste
Sunk huge merchant vessel was found at a depth of 500 m 20 miles off Calabria region, southern Italia.

09.10.2009 Latvian Navy Commander is fired because of minesweepers scandal
Latvian government relieved Navy Commander Alexander Pavlovich of his post.

09.10.2009 Indonesia looks for a credit to build new submarines
Indonesia continues searching the source of credit for procurement of two submarines in South Korea or Russia.

09.09.2009 The British prepared a new generation submarine for trials
The first British nuclear submarine Astute built under cognominal project will leave BAE Systems shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness for sea trials in the nearest future.

09.09.2009 Georgian court set Turkish captain sentenced to 24-year prison term free
Kutaisi appeal court freed the captain of Turkish tanker Buket, who was adjudged to 24-year prison term for violation of entry rules at "occupied territory" on August, 31.

09.02.2009 Buket's Turkish operator appeals Georgian jail term for captain
The Turkish company operating the Buket tanker seized by Georgia while en route to Abkhazia in mid-August has appealed its captain's prison sentence, the company's general director said.

09.02.2009 Georgia shrugs off Abkhazian president's threat to fire on ships
Georgia's deputy prime minister dismissed on Wednesday the Abkhazian president's order to fire upon any Georgian ship violating the maritime border of Abkhazia as a "pre-election bluff."

08.27.2009 Indian navy grounds Sea Harrier fighter fleet
The Indian Navy has suspended flights of its fleet of carrier-based Sea Harrier fighter jets following a fatal crash of one of the aircraft off Goa last week, local media reported.

08.25.2009 New Norwegian coastguard vessel
The first of three coastguard vessels of the Barents Sea class was taken into operation this weekend.

08.24.2009 Stronger NATO presences in the Arctic
NATO's General Secretary, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, wants a stronger NATO- presence in the arctic, as changing climate makes the area more accessible.

08.18.2009 More military training in Arctic
The Canadian military is this week conducting several operations in the Arctic is a bid to show the country's increasing presence and strength in region.

08.18.2009 Abkhazia accuses Georgia of piracy, appeals to UN, EU
The Abkhazian president appealed to the UN Security Council and the European Union on Tuesday over the seizure by Georgia of a Turkish tanker carrying fuel to the former Georgian republic.

07.17.2009 India's first nuclear-powered submarine to be launched July 26
India's first domestically built nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine will be launched on July 26, India Today reported on Thursday.

07.16.2009 Two Israeli warships cross Suez Canal - media
Two Israeli Defense Force (IDF) warships have crossed the Suez Canal, from the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea, according to media reports on Tuesday.

07.16.2009 U.S. warship joins Georgia navy exercise
A U.S. guided-missile destroyer participated in a combined training exercise with Georgian warships near the Black Sea port of Batumi on Wednesday, the Coast Guard press service said.

07.13.2009 U.S. warship to join Georgia navy exercise
A U.S. guided-missile destroyer will enter the port of Batumi on July 14 to participate in a joint naval exercise with Georgia, the U.S. embassy press service in the Caucasus republic said on Friday.

07.07.2009 Iran sends two warships to fight piracy off Somalia
The Iranian Navy has dispatched two warships to the Gulf of Aden to ensure security in the pirate-infested waters, Press TV reported on Monday.

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