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US Navy, Royal navy on COVID-19

The Royal Navy and the US Navy are assisting in the rally of the COVID-19 pandemic, in helping the onshore response effort in the civilian world.

Royal Navy conducts autonomous control trials for unmanned assets

The UK Royal Navy conducted a four-day exercise as they put a full range of remotely-operated devices under autonomous control for a trial off the coast of Norway. The Royal Navy installed an artificial intelligence system, to control the technologies, in amphibious ship Albion, while industry partners joined onboard to implement and oversee the system trials.

Submariners row across the Atlantic

Four Royal Navy submariners have completed an epic challenge that saw them row across the Atlantic Ocean. Team HMS Oardacious made the 3,000-mile journey in 36 days, six hours and 40 minutes. Their voyage saw them face 40ft waves, shark-infested waters, busy shipping routes and heavy storms.

Royal Navy to escort UK-flagged ships through Strait of Hormuz

The Royal Navy will accompany British-flagged vessels through the Strait of Hormuz to provide protection during high tensions in the region, according to the Defense Secretary Ben Wallace. As he stated, he has instructed HMS Montrose and HMS Defender to return to accompanying duties of Red Ensign Shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.

Royal Navy seizes $4.3 million drugs in Middle East

UK Royal Navy announced seizure of £3.3 million drugs in the Middle East. The bust came as the crew of destroyer HMS Defender pounced on a suspicious dhow, as they swept the northern Arabian Sea for smugglers and traffickers.

Royal Navy accompanies 7M tonnes of shipping through Hormuz

The Royal Navy has successfully guided over seven million tonnes of British shipping, which is the equivalent of almost 20 wartime convoys, through the Strait of Hormuz since the start of its maritime security commission in July.

UK’s new aircraft carrier sets sail

UK’s second aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, set sail for the first time. The 65,000-tonne warship left the basin at Rosyth Dockyard on the Forth, ready to begin sea trials. The ship was laid down eight years ago. After its sea trials, HMS Prince of Wales will sail for Portsmouth where it is due to be formally commissioned in the presence of its Lady Sponsor, the Duchess of Cornwall, before the end of the year.

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