In November 2021, Australia began a program to equip its navy with nuclear powered submarines in a new defense alliance with the U.K. and the U.S.
Satellites images caught a rare glimpse of a Chinese submarine in dry dock last week.
The engineer had a security clearance that allowed him access to information on nuclear weapons, and he was busted by an FBI agent posing as a foreign official.
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, 56, confirmed any such move could be viewed an act of war.
Elaine Marie Thomas said she thought it was "stupid" for the Navy to require tests to be conducted at -100F.
"The PLA's evolving capabilities and concepts continue to strengthen [China's] ability to 'fight and win wars' against a 'strong enemy,'" Pentagon report says.
Jonathan Toebbe hid a memory card containing secret data inside a sandwich at a prearranged location, while his wife, Diana Toebbe, kept lookout, the DOJ claims.
The two men agreed to use the AUKUS conflict as an opportunity to "deepen and strengthen coordination" to repair relations between the U.S. and France.
France lost a multi-billion dollar contract to sell diesel-electric submarines to Australia when the U.S. and Britain inked a deal to sell nuclear-powered submarines to the Oceanian nation instead.
Australia has seemingly created enormous economic and diplomatic divisions globally, while revealing none of the specific details around its deal to the Australian taxpaying public.
The former French finance minister, Thierry Breton, said it was "probably time to pause and reset" the transatlantic relationship.
A ministry official called the U.S.-Britain-Australia nuclear-powered submarine alliance an "extremely" dangerous move that could set off a nuclear arms race.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the submarine deal between the U.S. and Australia is "unacceptable behavior between allies and partners."
The U.S. Navy has shown its commitment to challenging China's claims to large portions of the resource-rich South China Sea, amid growing regional tensions.
This is how two trapped deep-sea submersible pilots were saved from depths of 1,600 feet with just 12 minutes of oxygen remaining.
Fears have grown that the vessel may have sunk below its collapse depth, making it vulnerable to implosion, and that oxygen supplies may run out as early as Saturday morning.
Oxygen supplies onboard were expected to run out early on Saturday morning, giving rescue teams less than 48 hours to locate the submarine and free the crew.
The "light and semi-heavy domestically-developed submarines" will be constructed for the elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps beginning this year, a Defense Ministry official said.
Perdue was investigated for potential insider trading after investing hundreds of thousands in a pharmaceutical company and producer of personal protective equipment following a January 24 closed Senate briefing on the coronavirus epidemic.
Lieutenant General Glen VanHerck told a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing both nations are developing ways to challenge America's global military dominance.
Netanyahu is hitting his rival with everything he does and does not have—and they're not holding back, either.
The Haifa port will come under control of the Shanghai International Port Group in 2021. Israeli critics are worried about potential security issues posed by China's presence.
Russia has added over a dozen new submarines to its ranks since annexing Crimea.
Russian submarines are more active in Europe than at any time since the end of the Cold War, Admiral James Foggo said.
Some experts say the U.S. should pay more attention to Chinese government-sponsored hackers.
Almost $600 million worth of vehicles can go a long way.
India has equipped its INS Arihant nuclear submarine with K-15 Sagarika missiles capable of hitting targets 435 miles away.
Naples Mayor Luigi de Magistris said his "City of Peace" was no place for nuclear weapons or nuclear-powered vessels.