JFD and ST Marine were jointly selected to provide a complete submarine rescue capbility to the Republic of Singapore Navy through to 2029.
On a service onboard the ship "Choeng Hae Jin", the Republic of Korea Navy welcomed into service their newest Submarine Rescue Vehicle, "ROKS DSRV II".
JFD formally acquired the rescue assets of the UK Submarine Rescue service that it had been operating to worldwide acclaim for the previous 25 years.
In 2005, Equipment and Personnel from James Fisher Defence were flown to the Kamchatka Peninsula off the east coast of Russia to rescue seven Submariners from the stricken AS-28 Priz.
In 2010/2011 JFD carried out the recovery of a 175T mooring buoy, four anchors and 5km of chain in a contract for the MoD.