A large section of hull for HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of two new aircraft carriers being built for the UK Royal Navy, has left BAE Systems’ shipyard at Govan yesterday to embark on a 600-mile journey to Rosyth.
Workers at BAE Systems moved the biggest section of HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of two new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy, out of the company’s shipbuilding hall at Govan for the first time.
It's not every day that a nuclear submarine is finished and ready for the open seas. In the next few days, nuclear attack submarine Ambush will be towed out of its builders yard at Barrow-in-Furness and set off on its first sea trial with the Royal Navy.
A Woodbridge boatbuilding apprentice has this year claimed the top prize at Lowestoft College’s annual awards.
In another phase of a gargantuan operation, BAE Systems engineers and technicians moved the 6,000 tonne section of what is to be HMS Queen Elizabeth onto a sea-going barge.
One hundred years ago today the RMS Titanic sunk in the north Atlantic Ocean. Adam Khan explores the extraordinary engineering achievement behind the infamous disaster.
Two giant blocks comprising aircraft carrier HMS Elizabeth’s Lower Block 04 (LB04) were yesterday brought together for the first time at BAE Systems’ Govan shipyard.
Phil Burns, Engineering Manager, BAE Systems Submarine Solutions, took up his craft apprenticeship at a time when they were a major entry route to a career in manufacturing and engineering. Thirty-nine years later, he is due to meet with the Queen to receive an MBE for services to the defence industry. Here he talks to TM about his recent recognition and skills for success.
Ministers and unions have come out against the Ministry of Defence’s decision to hand Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering a £452m contract for four new Royal Navy vessels.
The new generation of 37,000-tonne Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability (MARS) tankers ordered for the Roya…