this week’S HEADLINES



  • 9/21 Navy awarded a $5.1B contract to Genl Dynamics Electric Boat for detailed design work on Columbia class subs (
  • 9/21 Navy accepted delivery of USS Colorado (SSN 788) within budget (
  • 9/21 Navy developing many types of unmanned vehicles (
  • 9/21 Indian Navy took delivery of first Scorpene sub (
  • 9/20 Submaran S10 autonomous unmanned maritime vehicle to address diverse missions (gears of biz)
  • 9/20 Big Red Sub Club supports USS Nebraska (SSBN739) with crew visits to the state (TheDailySun)
  • 9/20 – REGISTRATION FOR THE NSL 2017 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM IS NOW OPEN! Select above on this page: Events – Annual Symposium
  • 9/19 – Alion Science & Technology, Del Rey Systems & Technology, Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Camber subsidiary, and ManTech International awarded Navy contracts to provide training support for subs (GovConWire)
  • 9/18 – Navy will contract for many components of new Snakehead Large-Diameter Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (LDUUV) (Seapower)
  • 9/18 – Japanese newspaper reports North Korea clandestinely building a nuclear-powered sub (WashingtonTimes)
  • 9/17 – Navy to use XBox 360 controller on subs, saving thousands in replacement costs (VirginianPilot)
  • 9/17 – 48 Hours on the USS John Warner (TheDay)
  • 9/16 – Ohio-Class subs are deadly and flexible (ScoutWarrior)
  • 9/15 – Sailor writes songs aboard the USS John Warner (VirginianPilot)
  • 9/15 – Boeing, Lockheed Martin and others developing autonomous subs (9/15 WashingtonPost, 9/17 TheMerkle)
  • 9/18-9/20 NDIA Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Fall Conference, Groton, CT
  • 9/17 Reunions this next week for USS Angler, USS Ethan Allen, USS Snook, USS Redfin and USS Remora – see the calendar for details!

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