Swedish Defence News
Since joining the Partnership for Peace program in 1994 and participating in the Planning and Review Process , Sweden has continued to strengthen its cooperation with NATO, without, however until accession.
On March 19 this year, in the sky over Linköping, Saab Gripen conducted a successful flight test with an aircraft that had been "repaired" by a printed 3D external component.
The Swedish UH-60 "Black Hawk" helicopters, which arrived in Mali at the beginning of the year to be part of the European special forces "Takuba," are now operationally capable of performing the assigned tasks at total capacity.
Boeing announced the start of series production of the T-7A Red Hawk advanced training aircraft and, therefore, the first steps taken to this end on American soil. Earlier, production of some of their components had begun at the Swedish plant, Saab.
The Norwegian armed forces will continue to use the Swedish company Saab's anti-tank systems, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, quoting a press release from the Swedish company.
Russian media report that Sweden is ready to launch military strikes on Russian military bases, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting the Russian news agency Aviapro.
The contract value is SEK 2.1 billion , and SAAB will complete the works by 2025. Swedish air defense units will receive new Giraffe 4A radars, and the company will modernize existing AMB stations.
The Swedish authorities decided to step-by-step reinforcement of defense capabilities. By 2025, the amount spent on the military is to increase by as much as 85 percent. compared to 2014.
According to the Swedish Ministry of Defense, the Russian ships were in the territorial waters of the state for 11 minutes. This is not the first time that Stockholm has made such accusations against Moscow.
The US is pursuing a "slightly schizophrenic policy." The evidence was the Pentagon's announcement that the United States will strengthen its presence in Europe with the help of three strategic bombers B-1 Lancer.
Austria's Defense Minister Tanner wants to get rid of the unloved Eurofighters quickly. The government is considering a sale to Indonesia. Meanwhile, Saab is positioning itself for the successor: Once again, the Swedes are offering Austria the Gripen
The Australian government, led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, will spend about US $ 8 million on training autonomous underwater vehicles that mimic various types of submarines and torpedoes, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Swedish Air Force Commander Mats Helgesson recently made the bold announcement that the Saab Gripen E can grind an impressive fleet of Russian fighters, without the Swedes even needing the expensive stealth technology
The Swedish company Saab has announced the signing of a contract for the supply to the US Armed Forces of disposable 84mm AT4 anti-tank grenade launchers and ammunition for 84mm Carl Gustav hand-held anti-tank grenade launchers
Two American and one European company will compete to provide the Royal Canadian Air Force with new fighter jets, he learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defense News.
On April 29, Saab delivered the first of three Global Eye Swing Role Surveillance System radar planes to the United Arab Emirates Air Force under the 2015 contract, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Saab Defense & Security announced that a Gripen C/D flew for the first time with the new AESA radar made by the Swedish company, learned BugarianMilitary.com. The radar is designed for fighter jets.
Saab has today made the decision to introduce reduced working hours for 500 employees at the business unit Aerostructures within the business area Industrial Product and Services (IPS), learned BulgarianMilitary.com according SAAB' statement
Saab is offering Gripen E, with the support of the Swedish government, for Canada’s future fighter requirement of 88 new aircraft to replace the Royal Canadian Air Force’s existing CF-18 Hornet fighter fleet
STOCKHOM, (BM) - Saab has signed an Enterprise Partnering Agreement with the Australian Department of Defence to provide combat management systems across all the Royal Australian Navy’s major surface ships, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according SAAB statement. Read more: The U.S. Navy is planning development of next generation heavy surface!-->!-->!-->…