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Norway receives first HML upgrade

28th June 2013 - 16:12 GMT | by Tim Fish in London

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The first High Mobility Launcher (HML) has been delivered to the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) as part of an upgrade to their National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS).

Kongsberg Defence Systems, which is contracted to deliver the system, announced the milestone on 21 June. A spokesperson told Shephard that the total numbers of HMLs could not be disclosed but that the final deliveries would be completed in 2014.

Kongsberg is partnered with Raytheon to deliver the NASAMS II upgrade and was contracted to provide the HML in November 2011 by the RNoAF for NOK364million ($60m). Kongsberg and Raytheon

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