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The Canadian government has officially signed a contract with Irving Shipbuilding and the BAE Systems-Lockheed Martin team for the construction of Canada’s future surface combatants.
The Canadian Surface Combatant, formerly the Single Class Surface Combatant Project is the name given to the procurement project that will replace the Iroquois and Halifax-class warships with up to 15 new ships beginning in the early 2020s as part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.. The replacement vessels will be somewhat larger than the existing Halifax class, and presumably ...
The Canadian Surface Combatant contract was signed Thursday by the Liberal government. The contact with Irving and the Lockheed Martin-BAE consortium was negotiated in near record time.
Now that the Canadian government has entered the decision phase for the bids entered for the rights to build 15 Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) ships, it is time to give an opinion as to which of the three bids entered will be the best fit for Canada’s future naval fleet.
Canada's Combat Ship Team celebrates Canadian industry success. RICHMOND, BC , Feb. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - MDA, a Maxar Technologies company (), today announced that Canada's Combat Ship Team was ...
Canada’s Combat Ship Team submitted its final proposal for the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) project to prime contractor Irving Shipbuilding in Halifax, the design is an adapted Type 26 Frigate. The Type 26 is designed for anti-submarine warfare and and other missions.
The Baltic Fleet began to receive new vessels in 1703. The fleet's first vessel was the 24-gun three-masted frigate Shtandart.She was the fleet's flagship, and is a prime example of the increasing role of the frigate design.. By 1724, the fleet boasted 141 sail warships and hundreds of oar-propelled vessels (galleys).
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The awarding of a contract for a new fleet of Canadian warships moved one step closer to reality after the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) rejected a complaint from one of the company bidders, Alion.
Team Alion. The Alion Team combines leading combat system and C4ISR team members, the original Zeven Provinciën (LCF) and Total Ship Reference Point (TSRP) designer and builder, and Alion/Alion Canada’s extensive experience in surface combatant ship design, combat system acquisition/program management, and the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) system of procurement.