Initially used by the US Navy, Aegis is now used also by the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Spanish Navy, Royal Norwegian Navy, and Republic of Korea Navy.
What does RNON stand for?
RNON stands for Royal Norwegian Navy
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The HUGIN 1000 was operated from the Royal Norwegian Navy vessel HNoMS Malty.
In "Alliance Naval Strategies and Norway in the Final Years of the Cold War," Commodore Jacob Borresen, Royal Norwegian Navy (Ret.
Dockers aid the Royal Norwegian Navy frigate, Narvik, lock into Langton Dock on a fine May day in the early 1980s, for Norwegian Constitution Day, which this year starts on Saturday at 2pm, with a short ceremony at St Luke's Blitz memorial church (top of Bold Street), then a parade to the Scandinavian Seamen's Church, Park Lane, for entertainment and food.
The Royal Norwegian Navy officially took delivery of the ship following completion of harbor and sea acceptance trials that included rigorous testing of the ship's anti-submarine, anti-surface and anti-air warfare systems.
He was owned by Commander Erling Hafto of the Royal Norwegian Navy and was a member of the crew of the Norwegian minesweeper Thorodd when she was based at Montrose and Dundee during the war.
The Royal Norwegian Navy is building a fast-patrol Littoral Combat Ship.
We also looked at the Royal Norwegian Navy, which also had the third largest merchant marine in the world at that time.