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Joint US-Norwegian THOR-ER ramjet missile completes first flight

The solid fuel ramjet (SFRJ) missile developed as part of the joint US-Norwegian Tactical High-speed Offensive Ramjet for Extended Range (THOR-ER) project...

Norway’s Nammo developing new 120mm ammo for South Korea’s K2 tank

Norway-based ammunition and rocket system specialist Nammo has entered into an agreement with South Korea's Hyundai Rotem to develop new 120mm ammunition...

Boeing, Nammo complete another Ramjet 155 projectile trial

US defense contractor Boeing and its Norwegian counterpart Nammo say they have test-fired a ramjet-powered artillery projectile, in another test that has...

Boeing, Nammo complete ground-test of Ramjet 155 projectile

US defense contractor Boeing and its Norwegian counterpart Nammo have completed a ground-fire test of the Ramjet 155 extended range artillery projectile.

Norway’s Nammo secures $498M M72 shoulder fired weapon order from US

The US subsidiary of Norway-based ammunition and rocket system specialist Nammo has received a $96.9 million order from the US Marine Corps...

Saab brings in Nammo, Nordic Shelter for ground-launched small diameter bomb...

Swedish defense company Saab says it has signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) agreements with Nammo and Nordic Shelter as part of its...
drone-based M72 LAW

Nammo introduces drone-carried M72 light anti-tank weapon concept

Norway-based ammunition and rocket systems specialist Nammo has revealed a drone-mounted M72 concept after four years of work.

Norway’s Nammo boosts polymer ammo solutions with MAC LLC takeover

Norwegian ammunition specialist Nammo is strengthening its focus on polymer-cased ammunition after completing the purchase of Mississippi-based MAC LLC in late 2020.

Norway launches laser weapons study

The Norwegian defense ministry has announced the launch of a new research program that will aim to determine what kind of impact...

Norwegian-US solid fuel ramjet technology initiative pushes ahead

Ramjet engine technology promises greatly extended ranges compared to traditional rocket motors.

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