Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Topic: Kongsberg

US Marine Corps awards contract to Kongsberg for counter-UAS weapons

Norwegian company Kongsberg announced that its subsidiary Kongsberg Protech Systems USA has won a contract to supply a batch of Counter-Unmanned Aerial System weapon systems for the U.S....

Kongsberg to help develop autonomous target recognition for U.S. Marines weapon systems

Norwegian company Kongsberg has announced that U.S. Navy selects Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace to help develop autonomous target recognition for the United States Marine Corps weapon systems. According...

Kongsberg gets $499M contract modification for CROWS systems

Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS, part of Norwegian defense company Kongsberg, has received a $499 million contract modification for the Protector Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station system,...

Japan to receive more precision air-launched missiles for its F-35 fighters

Norway-based company KONGSBERG has announced on Tuesday that it has been awarded a new contract from Japan to supply the JSM (Joint Strike Missile) for their fleet...

Hungary selects NASAMS air defense system

The Hungarian Armed Forces will buy National Advanced Surface to Air Missile System, better known as NASAMS, according to the office of the commissioner for defense development. According...

Kongsberg marks milestone with 20,000th Remote Weapon Station delivery

Norwegian Kongsberg hitting a major milestone by delivering the 20,000th Remote Weapon Station (RWS) from its PROTECTOR family of products. “KONGSBERG is proud to be the world’s leader...

U.S. Marine Corps awards contract to Kongsberg for XM914 remote weapon stations

Kongsberg Protech Systems USA was awarded a contract from the United States Marine Corps for XM914 Remote Weapon Stations. Kongsberg has been awarded a contract to provide XM914 (30mmx113mm)...

Norway to upgrade its legendary Skjold-class coastal corvettes

The Royal Norwegian Navy has decided to upgrade its legendary Skjold-class coastal corvettes, the world’s fastest combat ships. The Norwegian defense contractor KONGSBERG has announced that it has...

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