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MBDA’s Marte ER has successful final test firing

MBDA’s new Marte ER anti-ship missile successfully completed its final test firing at the end of November 2021. Carried out at an Italian test range in Sardinia, the firing was a key milestone in the validation process of Marte ER. It provided extra confidence in the performance level and reliability of this …

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MBDA completes CAMM-ER anti air missile test firing

CAMM-ER anti air missile

MBDA has successfully completed a test firing of the extended range version of its common anti-air modular missile air defence missile against a manoeuvring target, confirming the capabilities of the  system. The common anti-air modular missile – extended range CAMM-ER is the newest member of the CAMM air defence family …

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MBDA has been awarded a contract to equip the Brazilian Navy’s new Tamandaré-class frigates with the Sea Ceptor air defence missile system

Sea Ceptor is a smart weapon control system (WCS) that together with the fully-active Common Anti-air Modular Missile (CAMM) provides comprehensive self-defence and local area air defence (LAAD). This will enable Brazil’s Tamandaré-class frigates to protect themselves, consorts and fixed infrastructure against the full range of threat types at sea …

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MBDA Sea Ceptor to protect Royal Navy’s new Type 31 frigates

MBDA’s Sea Ceptor system will protect the Royal Navy’s new Type 31 frigates under a contract awarded by the UK Ministry of Defence. Sea Ceptor is the world’s most modern naval air defence system of its class. Utilising the Common Anti-Air Modular Missile (CAMM), it offers both world-leading close-in air …

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MBDA awarded first contract for its new Albatros NG system

MBDA has been awarded a first contract for Albatros NG, a brand new CAMM-ER based air defence system. This first order, from an undisclosed international customer, marks a further validation of the wide appeal of the CAMM air defence family on the global marketplace and paves the way to further …

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