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Saab’s enhanced C4I Capability

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Building on 50 years of experience, Saab’s 9LV was originally designed for operations in the Baltic Sea, a high clutter environment and a military geography that generates large variations and highly compressed tactical cycles. 9LV offers complete Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) for...

Capability Overlaps in Sweden’s A19, A26 Submarines Reduce Programme Risks

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Dr. Lee Willett, UDT, Stockholm - Commonality in capability for the Royal Swedish Navy’s (RSwN’s) two current submarine programmes is helping de-risk both programmes while improving capabilities in both submarine types. Sweden is currently building two new A26 Blekinge-class diesel-electric submarines (SSKs) while modernising two of...

Swedish Navy Chief Aims to Grow Submarine Numbers Amongst Near-term Programme Priorities

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Dr. Lee Willett, Undersea Defence Technology conference 2019, Stockholm - Sweden’s navy chief has set out his service’s programme priorities for the 2019-30 period, highlighting an aim to increase the Royal Swedish Navy’s (RSwN’s) submarine force level from four to six boats. Opening the 2019...

Smooth Seas for Swedish Subs

Hakan Buske, Saab president and chief executive officer is bullish about the export prospects for the company’s ‘A26’ class of conventional hunter-killer submarines which are currently under construction for the Marinen (Royal Swedish Navy).   Speaking during a presentation of the company’s activities at the...

Batteries Required

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The Royal Swedish Navy has told armadainternational.com that reports of the force using components sourced from military museums to reconstitute its land-based coastal artillery are untrue. The force announced in early November 2016 that it was reconstituting its coastal artillery; a capability that had...

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