Now in its seventh year, this annual has established an international reputation as an authoritative but affordable summary of all that has happened in the naval world in the previous twelve months. It combines regional surveys with one-off major articles on noteworthy new ships and other important developments. Besides the latest warship projects, it also looks at wider issues of importance to navies, such as aviation and electronics, and calls on expertise from around the globe to give a balanced picture of what is going on and to interpret its significance. The 2015 edition looks in detail at the French Navy and the Bangladesh and Myanmar navies, while significant ships include the Montford Point class mobile landing platforms, the Samuel Becket offshore patrol vessels, and the Skjold class fast attack craft. There are technological reviews dealing with naval aviation by David Hobbs, and current mine warfare developments by Norman Friedman, while warship recycling is discussed by ian Buxton. Intended to make interesting reading as well as providing authoritative reference, there is a strong visual emphasis, including specially commissioned drawings and the most up-to-date photographs and artists' impressions. For anyone with an interest in contemporary naval affairs, whether an enthusiast or a defence professional, this annual has become required reading.In addition to the Sindhurakshak, two officers were killed in a fire on her sister boat, Sindhuratna, in February 2014 and there ... Laid down in 2003 and launched as long ago as March 2006, she will have taken even longer to complete than the lead ship ... Mazagon Dock is also involved in the programme to construct seven Project 17A frigates in partnership with Kolkataa#39;s ... Displacing around 3, 400 tons in full load condition, she incorporates a raft-mounted combined diesel and dieselanbsp;...
|Title||:||Seaforth World Naval Review 2015|
|Publisher||:||Seaforth Publishing - 2014-11-05|