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Company to Build and Deliver Four Fire Units

Demonstration of International Interoperability

Evaluation of Future ‘System of Systems’

IAI Subsidiary ‘Made in Mississippi’ Initiative

During MSPO 2018 in Kielce, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) presented the BARAK-MX land-based and maritime air and missile defence system for the first time in Poland. It is a candidate system for the NAREW programme, which envisages between six and eleven short-range NAREW batteries, intended as replacements for the S-125 NEWA-SC and 2K12 KUB systems. Several companies are competing for the contract, including: MBDA with CAMM/CAMM-ER and MICA; Diehl Defence with IRIS-T SL; Kongsberg with NASAMS; MEADS; Rafael, with BARAK-8; and Roketsan with HISAR. BARAK-MX was unveiled by the company in early June 2018.

Candidate system for the NAREW programme

Wide Range of Capabilities to be Showcased

Performance “Considerably Surpasses” Current Defences

Lockheed Martin, Sweden Sign Agreement for Hit-to-Kill PAC-3 MSE Missiles

2018 Space & Missile Defense Symposium Day 3 (9 August)

Designed to provide the capability to engage and destroy BMD threats

2018 Space & Missile Defense Symposium Day 3 (9 August)

Yielding Lighter Weight, High-End Composite Hardware

A German Perspective

Behaviour Modelling Tools for Missile Defense Agency

$72 Million Investment Includes Largest Radar Test Range in Company

2018 Space & Missile Defense Symposium Day 1 (7 August )

A Lockheed Martin engineer inspects one of the 3-D printed dome prototypes at the company's space facility in Denver. The final dome measures 46 inches (1.2m) in diameter, large enough to fit 74.4 gallons of liquid. (Image: Lockheed Martin)

2018 Space & Missile Defense Symposium Day 1 (7 August)

Poland and Romania signed contracts to buy PATRIOT early this year. Shown here, service members from the US Army and the Polish Land Forces walk to the site of the new PATRIOT missile system for a verbal demonstration of its operation and capabilities near Drawsko Pomorskie, Poland this June. (Image: Michigan Army National Guard/Spc. Aaron Good)

2018 Space & Missile Defense Symposium Day 1 (7 August)

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