Bahrain steps up to join US-led efforts to protect shipping in the Gulf amid tensions between Washington and Tehran
UK Defence Ministry takes action after Iranian soldiers seized a tanker in the Gulf region
A security level of 3 means that there is an imminent risk of an attack on a UK ship, according to the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) security code.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander threatens to seize British ships after the UK held an Iranian supertanker off Gibraltar over accusations it was breaking sanctions by taking oil to Syria
Saudi Arabian foreign ministry reiterates that it does not want war with Iran, but is prepared for one if need be, as GCC navies step up Arabian Gulf patrols.
The ships were launched during a ceremony held at the headquarters of the Kuwaiti Naval Force in the presence of Lieutenant General Mohammad Al-Khodr, Chief of the General Staff at Kuwait Armed Forces and Dr. Khaled Al Mazrouei, CEO of ADSB.
ADSB to partner with ADD Military Supplies and French firm Chantier Naval Couach.
On Saturday night the oil tanker Al Heera sailing off the coast of Yemen came under attack from pirates in multiple small craft. A distress call was issued and picked up by the Chinese naval frigate Hengyang.
Kelvin Hughes has been contracted to supply the I-band SharpEye Doppler submarine radar system as part of a mid-life upgrade program for the Pakistan Navy’s Agosta 90B-class submarines.
The Iranian Navy has announced that one of its ships prevented a pirate attack on an oil tanker near Bab Al-Mandeb Strait.
UK frigate HMS St Albans sent for a nine-month deployment, focusing on maritime security operations in the Middle East.
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