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The Italian aerospace group formerly known as Finmeccanica says the company will effectively operate following its reorganization under the name Leonardo.
Raytheon’s German subsidiary will provide a radar-detecting and locating sensor.
Automatic system is on the way, as well as a kit for the C295. Meanwhile, a solution to the A400M helicopter problem is being explored.
AUDS system has been tested by U.S. government and is now to be tested by the FAA.
Company claims generic weapons system will provide affordable solutions.
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Talks to conclude new production contracts are still not done, but movement on price is going in the right direction.
The country is the first export customer; deliveries have included radar-equipped night-fighting version.
Transition training will begin this year at NAS Whidbey Island, the Navy’s second major P-8A training facility.
Sweden is eager for enhanced fighter capability at a time of increased tension in the Baltic region.