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Germany orders radar, fire-control system upgrades for its F123 frigates

The upgrade will allow the Germany Navy's almost 30-year-old anti-submarine warfare (ASW) oriented frigates to remain in service until 2035.

Saab receives $75M US Army order for AT4 ammunition

Sweden-based defense technology company Saab has received an order worth around $75 million for deliveries of Carl-Gustaf ammunition to the US Army....

Saab nabs $127.9M for US Marine Corps force on force training...

Live MCTIS is replacing the US Marine Corp's current Instrumentation and Tactical Engagement Simulation System (ITESS) equipment.
German Air Force Tornado

German Tornado fighters getting radar warning upgrades

The radar warning upgrade is one of the necessary updates that will keep the German Air Force Tornado fleet in the air until 2030.
first T-7A

US Air Force’s first T-7A Red Hawk trainer takes shape

In one historic moment, the front fuselage of the first T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer Boeing and Saab are building for the...
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Swedish Air Force picks successor for its 60-year-old trainers

Sweden is buying a complete basic trainer aircraft system comprising the aircraft, simulators, and flight safety equipment from Germany's Grob Aircraft SE.
Gripen with 3D-printed external hatch

Saab flies 3D-printed external component on Gripen fighter

The purpose of the trial was to test how additive manufacturing could be used in battlefield damage repair, Saab says.

Australia expanding next-gen combat management system to more ship classes

Australia is expanding development work to minehunters and military survey vessels.
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Boeing begins production on US Air Force T-7A Red Hawk trainer

Boeing also hinted at the possibility of the US Navy buying a version of the T-7 trainer to replace the T-45 Goshawk jet.
GlobalEye AEW&C

UAE takes delivery of third of five GlobalEye AEW&C aircraft

Saab delivered the third GlobalEye airborne early warning & control aircraft (AEW&C) to UAE on February 20, 2021.
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