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  • Australian Naval Institute
    The Australian Naval Institute is the leading forum for naval and maritime affairs in Australia. The Institute provides this through major membership events, particularly the Vernon Parker Oration; through this website; and through its twice-yearly printed publication of Headmark, the institute's journal.
    http://navalinstitute.com.au/
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  • Hellenic Navy Official Website
    The history of the Hellenic Navy does not have a concrete point of beginning.Its roots are lost in the depths of centuries of the history of mankind. In a geographical area of which any part is no more than 150 km.away from the sea, the Greeks developed from the Prehistoric Age societies which were coastal in their majority. There, they learned to exploit the marine resources and loved the sea. Automatically, the need for protecting and further spreading the cultures that they had developed was created, having as a result the progressive development of the first organised units of the Hellenic Navy. Athens, Greece
    http://www.hellenicnavy.gr/en/
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  • Indian Navy
    This is the official website of Indian Navy. India's maritime history predates the birth of western civilisation.
    http://indiannavy.nic.in/
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  • Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
    Japan is an island country surrounded on all sides by the sea. That means any threats to our country will always approach us via the sea. In addition, Japan lacks natural resources, so it must rely on countries overseas for most of the materials that we require in our daily lives. We use a maritime transport network stretching around the globe to obtain more than 90% of these materials. In recognition of new security environment, the Defense Program Guidelines defines the role of the defense forces as “effective response to the new threats and diverse situations,” “Proactive efforts to improve the international security environment,” and “preparation for full-scale invasion,” which is the primary role of defense forces, and Japan will efficiently maintain the necessary Maritime Self-Defense Forces posture to effectively carry out missions in each the areas.
    http://www.mod.go.jp/msdf/formal/english/
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  • Marina Militare Italiana updated
    The Italian Navy is responsible for all naval operations in national and international waters, and it exerts its influence to prevent any threat to our territory, to our fellow citizens at home and abroad, to commercial shipping routes, and to free institutions; it contributes to the protection of the Euro-Atlantic region together with the NATO, it responds to international crisis and it carries out specific tasks in case of an emergency, natural disasters, or exceptional events. The Italian Navy, strong of its traditions, aims at the professionalism of its personnel, and it is ready to invest in new technologies and means.
    http://www.marina.difesa.it/
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  • Naval Association of Australia
    The Naval Association of Australia began its life in 1920 as the Ex-Navalmen's Association and is the premier organisation outside of Navy looking to the interests of both serving and ex naval members. It embraces all ranks and both men and women. Its slogan is "Once Navy – Always Navy". Its principal objectives are to unite and develop friendship among all former and serving naval personnel eligible for membership, and to promote and assist activities in the wider community to improve health and well being of the community of which former and serving naval personnel are a part.
    http://navalassoc.org.au/
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  • Naval Officers Club of Australia
    A group of officers, with a strong RANVR content, founded the Naval Officers Club in 1946, initially to retain and encourage comradeship among both serving and retired Royal Australian Navy officers. The objects of the club remain unchanged – to preserve and stimulate the spirit of comradeship that has been engendered among naval officers by their close association with the Service, and for this purpose to arrange periodical member reunions.
    http://www.navalofficer.com.au/
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  • Naval Technology
    Naval-technology.com brings you up-to-date international news and features on technology in the defence industry, covering projects, trends, products, services and more in the naval sector. Each month Global Defence Technology offers compelling in-depth coverage of the latest technological developments in the defence industry in an innovative digital format, bringing together the sectors army, air force and navy. London, England
    http://www.naval-technology.com/
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  • Navy League of Australia
    The Navy League was established in Australia in 1900, initially in the form of small branches of the United Kingdom Navy League (established in 1897) and since 1950 as an autonomous national body headed by a Federal Council consisting of a Federal President and representatives of the six States, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory. The Navy League of Australia is now one of a number of independent Navy Leagues formed in countries of the free world to influence public thinking on maritime matters and create interest in the sea. The Navy League of Australia cordially invites you to join in what we believe to be an important national task.
    http://navyleague.org.au/
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  • Navy News
    The Online News of the Royal Navy. The Navy News mission statement is simple: 'to provide the highest quality monthly journal for the men and women who serve and work within today's Royal Navy.' Our aim is to bring you the latest news, features and award-winning photographs from the front-line Fleet – the Submarine Service, surface fleet, Fleet Air Arm, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary – as well as its principal yards and establishments such as Devonport, Faslane and Portsmouth. But we have a duty to the broader naval community as well. Navy News, published monthly by the Ministry of Defence, is the official newspaper of the Royal Naval Association and the Sea Cadets; their members and their work are championed in every issue. We also provide a free service for veterans who wish to trace former comrades, organise reunions and delve into naval history.
    https://navynews.co.uk/
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  • Royal Australian Navy
    The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian Defence Force (ADF). Following the Federation of Australia in 1901, the ships and resources of the separate colonial navies were integrated into a national force: the Commonwealth Naval Forces. Originally intended for local defence, the navy was granted the title of 'Royal Australian Navy' in 1911, and became increasingly responsible for defence of the region.
    http://www.navy.gov.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Clearance Divers Association updated
    Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Clearance Divers have always been the Australian Defence Forces' (ADF) specialist divers and have, since the inception of the Branch, operated all in-service diving equipment to the full extent of its operational capacity. Nevertheless, the primary focus of a Clearance Diver is to perform Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD). This role is conducted at sea in ships, in the oceans (particularly the vulnerable approaches to ports and anchorages), onshore in port facilities, installations and the littoral environment associated with amphibious advanced force operations, and currently in support of the Australian Army during land based combat operations.
    https://rancda.com/
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  • Royal Canadian Navy
    The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is Canada's naval force consisting of approximately 8,500 Regular Force and 5,000 Reserve sailors, supported by more than 5,000 civilian employees. True to its motto "Ready, Aye, Ready", the sailors of the RCN stand always ready to defend Canada and proudly safeguard its interests and values whether at home or abroad.
    http://www.navy-marine.forces.gc.ca/
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  • Royal Navy - UK
    In times of conflict or peace, the Royal Navy is key to the prosperity of Britain and the stability of the high seas. The Royal Navy’s presence on the world stage sends a powerful message that the UK is committed to global affairs and provides a stabilising influence. In this way we prevent conflict on the high seas and protect the flow of international trade on which our nation depends.
    http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/
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  • Royal New Zealand Navy
    The Royal New Zealand Navy is responsible for the maritime defence of New Zealand and its interests. The Navy's people and our versatile, modern ships are able to respond to a range of situations and undertake tasks such as combat operations, search and rescue, underwater recovery, trade protection and peacekeeping. The Navy's readiness to deploy provides the Government with an important tool to respond quickly to emergency situations around New Zealand or overseas.
    http://www.navy.mil.nz/
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  • Submarines Association Australia
    Australia, like most countries that maintains a submarine force, has an Association to which submariners may join to keep contact with old shipmates, enjoy the occasional social event and to commemorate our departed comrades. Ours is known as the Submarines Association Australia (SAA), a national association with branches in all states.
    http://www.submarinesaustralia.org/
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