Russian Take on CSC Program

November 18, 2020 (Google Translation) By Roman Skomorokhov Canadians surrendered The Canadians have surrendered. More precisely, the British project BAE System “Type 26” defeated the stinginess of Canadian officials. As a result, the Canadian fleet will be replenished with 15 frigates made on the basis of the BAE System “Type 26” project, but with hefty changes. What could have been…

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Lockheed Martin SPY-7 Radar for New Frigates

November 10, 2020 – From humanitarian assistance to high-intensity conflicts, the Royal Canada Navy’s future fleet will perform a wide range of missions requiring advanced technology and multi-role versatility. Lockheed Martin’s latest generation SPY-7 radar and Canadian-developed Combat Management System (CMS 330) will form the backbone of the Canadian Surface Combatant. Under a contract awarded by Irving Shipbuilding Inc. in…

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If Canada is Serious About the CSC, Why Aren’t They Part of This?

October 21, 2020 – Australia and the United Kingdom (UK) have further strengthened their enduring defense relationship by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate on building and delivering the next generation of cutting-edge frigates. The MoU re-enforces both countries’ commitment to working together on delivering these important high-profile national programs and maximizing mutual opportunities. A key aspect of…

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Works Starts on New Rolls-Royce Peterborough CSC Facility

February 14, 2020 – Rolls-Royce today welcomed Minister Maryam Monsef, MP for Peterborough-Kawartha, Dave Smith, Member of the Provincial Parliament, and Peterborough Mayor Diane Therrien to break ground on a new expansion to its Centre of Excellence for Naval Handling equipment in Peterborough, Ontario. Design and manufacture of the world-leading Rolls-Royce Mission Bay Handling System (MBHS) will take place inside…

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