Over the next year, the Netherlands and the UK will explore the possibility of cooperating on the procurement of new naval vessels. Both countries want to replace a number of ships with a new type over the next decade. To this end, Dutch Minister of Defence Kajsa...
For a year, the Royal Netherlands Navy commanded Standing NATO Maritime Group 1. As of 6 January, Germany has taken over. Commander Jeanette Morang ceremoniously handed over the banner to her successor Flotillen Admiral Thorsten Marx in Den Helder for this purpose....
The air defence and command frigate HNLMS De Zeven Provinciën left for Norway on Sunday. The naval vessel will join the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) for the next four months. Earlier in the morning, the amphibious transport ship HNLMS Rotterdam also departed...
The Netherlands has been put in command of a NATO naval group for the rest of the year. It concerns the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1. The Netherlands took over the command from Canada and its Landing Platform Dock HNLMS Rotterdam will act as flagship. The Standing...
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