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Lockheed Martin hopes ‘NAREW’ could offer MEADS a second chance in...

The tri-national Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) program returns to the Polish air defense arena, positioned as a candidate for the Polish for Short Range Air Defense (SHORAD) requirement. MEADS is now positioned to fulfill three European programs, in Germany, Italy and Poland.

Mica VL Naval Air Defense Systems Delivered, Land Variant to Follow...

MBDA has delivered the first VL MICA naval surface-to-air defense systems to the first export customer and is moving the land-based VL MICA land system into production, anticipating first export deliveries starting in 2012. The launch customer for both systems is believed to be Oman.

MICA-VL Demonstrates its Capability Intercepting Stand-Off Weapons

MBDA has recently tested the MICA VL land-based short range air defense system intercepting a target representing a guided weapon. The recent test was...

MBDA Introduces a Multi-Layered, Tactical Air Defense System

MBDA has unveiled an integrated air-defense system VSHORAD (Mistral) and SHORAD (Mica-VL) systems into a multi-layered tactical air defense system. First deliveries of the new system are planned for 2014.

Bilateral Discussions Highlight French Technology Transfer for Air Defense Missiles

India is keen on granting access to specific technology (assumed to be the seeker and guidance systems) concerning the SRSAM program, which has sofar...

Indo-French Defense Cooperation Promoted on French President Visit

India and France are intensifying their cooperation in defence and security sector, expanding ongoing aerospace activities to anti-piracy, maritime security and air defense fields. A...

Vertical Launched MICA Land Based

VL Mica is a land based derivative of the naval vertical launch version of the MBDA Missile System Mica air/air missile. The system was...

Net Centric Air Defense Systems

Start < Page 4 of 4 > Many armies are currently modernizing their air defense assets. Current systems are obsolete today, as they rely on armament...
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