Danish Army orders Protector RWS
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace will deliver Protector Remote Weapon Stations (RWS) to the Danish Army under a contract with the Danish Ministry of Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation.
The systems will be integrated on Denmark’s new fleet of Piranha V 8x8 vehicles.
Pål Bratlie, executive vice president Protech Systems, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, said: ‘Kongsberg is very proud to have won the RWS competition in Denmark. We look forward to a close cooperation with the Danish Army as part of the Protector user nation family for many years to come. This contract underlines our leading technology within RWS and consolidates our strong position in Europe.’
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