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Egypt preparing to receive FREMM frigate

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In two weeks time the Egyptian Navy will receive a FREMM frigate from France, where Egyptian sailors are currently undergoing training on...

DCNS starts construction on first Egyptian Gowind corvette

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French shipyard DCNS has started cutting metal for the first of four Gowind 2500 corvettes for the Egyptian Navy. Deliveries are scheduled...

African military profile: Egypt

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Egypt has the strongest military in Africa and is in the midst of strengthening it further with the acquisition of frigates, armoured...

Egyptian navy kills four after boat attack

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Gunmen in a fishing boat opened fire on an Egyptian naval launch which shot back, killing at least four of the attackers...

Egypt orders six Swiftship patrol boats

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US company Swiftships has received a contract to build six 35 metre long patrol boats for the Egyptian Navy. The patrol boats will...

Egypt orders Gowind corvettes

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The Egyptian Navy has ordered four Gowind corvettes from DCNS, becoming the second export customer for the type. According to French newspaper La...

Egypt to receive Ambassador IV missile craft

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Egypt will soon receive the first two of four Ambassador IV fast missile craft from the United States, which are being prepared...

Egypt takes delivery of first of four US fast missile craft

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Egypt has received the first of four Ambassador III class fast missile craft (FMC) from the United States, with the remaining three...

Egypt buying Type 209 submarines

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Egypt Navy is in the process of purchasing two Type 209 diesel-electric submarines from Germany, according to the chief of the Egyptian...

First Egyptian Navy fast missile craft launched

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The first of four fast missile craft (FMC) for the Egyptian Navy has been launched by VT Halter Marine, marking a key...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...