Friday, July 23, 2021

Topic: Saab

U.S. Armed Forces awards contract to Saab for more MAAWS ammunition

Swedish defense company Saab announced on Monday that the U.S. Army has awarded the company with a new contract to produce an additional Multi-Role Anti-Armor Anti-Personnel Weapons...

U.S. Marine Corps fields new rocket system

The U.S. Marines Corps has announced that Marines have begun receiving a man-portable shoulder-launched multi-role weapon system from Saab that provides additional protection and lethality in urban...

U.S. Army conducts live-fire test of new guided man-portable munition

Sweden-based defense and security company Saab has announced on Tuesday that U.S. Army and its industry team conducted the live-fire test of the new guided man-portable munition. The company said...

Boeing shares fascinating video of T-7A aircrew ejection seat test

Aerospace giant Boeing has released fascinating footage showing a test of ejection seat system for the U.S. Air Force's newest T-7A Red Hawk trainer aircraft.  "Watch as the...

Saab submitted final offer for Finnish HX fighter procurement

Sweden-based defense and security company Saab submitted its Best and Final Offer (BAFO) to the Finnish defense procurement agency for the Finnish HX fighter procurement. According to a company news...

Saab successfully tests Gripen fighter with 3D-printed parts

Swedish aerospace and defense company Saab announced on Tuesday that it has successfully conducted the trial which marked the first time an exterior 3D-printed part has been...

Estonian army to receive Carl-Gustaf M4 anti-tank recoilless rifles

Sweden’s aerospace and defense concern Saab announced on Monday that it has received an order for deliveries of Carl-Gustaf M4 weapons and ammunition to the Estonian Armed...

Boeing begins production of newest T-7A aircraft

This month, American plane-maker Boeing started assembly on a U.S. Air Force’s all-new advanced trainer aircraft calls the T-7A Red Hawk at its factory in St. Louis,...

TRENDING NOW