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DSEI 2013: MBDA and Lockheed test fire CAMM

12th September 2013 - 16:39 GMT | by Tony Skinner in London


MBDA and Lockheed Martin used the DSEI exhibition to announce the successful first launch of a Common Anti-air Modular Missile (CAMM) from Lockheed Martin’s MK 41 Vertical Launching System (VLS).

Carried out on 10 September near Bedford in England, the demonstration employed a MK 41 launcher outfitted with a host variant of the Extensible Launching System (ExLS).

Company representatives told reporters that this was the first test since the signing of a collaboration agreement between MBDA and Lockheed Martin in May to demonstrate the missile’s integration with the launcher as they prepare the capability for the export market. 

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