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European arms producer MBDA has obtained a contract to ship Frequent Anti-Air Modular Missiles (CAMMs) to the Royal Swedish Navy.

The weapons will probably be distributed to 5 operational Visby-class corvettes, fired from the Sea Ceptor ship-based air protection methods put in in every vessel.

‘Formidable’ Functionality

MBDA’s CAMM leverages delicate vertical launch expertise for a minimal launch signature whereas retaining intercept efficiency. Its compact design allows different weapons to slot in a floor car with restricted house.

The surface-to-air missile is suitable with varied surveillance sensors and supplies 360-degree protection for efficient goal acquisition.

Coupled with the Sea Ceptor, the warhead will allow customers to discourage supersonic anti-ship missiles, assault helicopters, and unmanned aerial methods.

Medium Superior Air Defence System. Picture: MBDA

“CAMM will present Sweden and the Royal Swedish Navy with a formidable air defence functionality that offers the nation a powerful new contribution to NATO along with different allied Sea Ceptor customers just like the Royal Navy from the UK,” MBDA CEO Eric Beranger said.

“We’re proud additionally to be persevering with our lengthy historical past of partnership with Sweden and Swedish business, together with Saab.”

Current CAMM Initiatives

MBDA signed a $4.89-billion switch of expertise contract with Poland in November, enabling the nation to supply over 1,000 CAMM prolonged vary variants as a part of Warsaw’s ongoing air protection modernization.

In Might, the corporate facilitated a reside firing occasion of the CAMM missile utilizing a medium-range protection system for the Italian Air Drive.

MBDA additionally accepted a $145-million contract to ship the missile for Saudi Arabia’s multi-surface fight vessels in February.