German Navy purchases new anti-ship missiles? Jointly developed by Germany and Sweden

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 German Navy purchases new anti-ship missiles? Jointly developed by Germany and Sweden


The order is worth about $194 million and will be delivered between 2022 and 2026.

The rbs15 missile and launch system of the order will be installed on the German Navys Braunschweig class frigate. In addition to missiles, the order also includes related equipment and services. The German Navy has been using rbs15 anti-ship missiles since 2011.

Rbs15 missile is jointly developed by Saab of Sweden and deer company of Germany. It has long range and all-weather anti-ship capability, which can meet various challenges of modern naval warfare. It can be deployed on a variety of offshore platforms and has been equipped with navies of many countries.

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