Working Example of Military-Civil Diversification

Allegedly in Service with SOF

Second country to opt for the RBS 70 NG

Royal Danish Army Orders Camouflage from Saab

Company Estimates US Market as ‘a Few Thousand Vehicles’

Saab Secures $16 Million CARL-GUSTAF Order for Delivery in 2020

With no extra armor weight or decrease in vehicle performance, Trophy dramatically improves the survivability of the crew and vehicle. The system uses active electronically scanned array radar to see through harsh combat conditions to provide continuous 360-degree protection for the vehicle. Once a threat is detected, the onboard computer classifies the threat. Shown: TROPHY ON US ABRAMS tank. (Photos: Rafael)

Additional TROPHY Active Protection Systems Provided for US ARMY & USMC

Exhibition grown in importance

German forces on 1 January 2019 took the lead for NATO’s Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF), providing thousands of soldiers to be on standby and ready to deploy within days; taking over from Italy, which provided the VJTF lead brigade in 2018. The VJTF in 2019 is based on a German brigade, the 9th Panzerlehrbrigade. The Netherlands and Norway support the German contingent adding capabilities such as aviation and mechanised infantry. France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic, Latvia and Lithuania also provide forces. Together, they represent a multinational brigade of around 8,000 troops.

Germany Steps Up to Lead NATO High Readiness Force

BAE Systems & General Dynamics Land Systems Receive Contracts for IBCT

Enhances Hungaro-German Interoperability

System to be Integrated on BRADLEY IFV

Rheinmetall announced on 18 December it has signed a contract with the Federal Office for Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) Equipment, Information Technology and In-service Support (BAAINBw) to retrofit the German fleet of BERGEPANZER 3 (BPz3) armoured recovery vehicles (ARV) with battlefield recovery equipment.

Fleet of 69 ARVs Will Receive New Battlefield Recovery Equipment

The Armed Forces of the Czech Republic opted for Saab's RBS 70 NG, the latest generation of the RBS 70 man-portable air defence system. The order is valued at SEK365 million with deliveries in 2020 and 2021. According to the Czech Ministry of Defence, the country will receive 16 systems. Saab receives RBS 70 NG order for the Czech Republic’s Armed Forces. (Photo: Saab)

Saab Receives RBS 70 NG Order for the Czech Republic’s Armed Forces

Options for Further 105 Over Seven Years

Improving Irish air defence capability

One-Click Manportable Fire Support System

The next generation of shelters for the Dutch Armed Forces is to be supplied by Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group following the award of a contract worth in excess of £100 million by the Dutch Defence Material Organisation (DMO). (Photo: Marshall)

Marshall wins contract in excess of £100 million for over 1,400 container systems

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