Rheinmetall bags air defence systems order
Rheinmetall has logged a new order from an unnamed international customer for air defence systems.
The €210 million contract will see deliveries complete by 2022.
Rheinmetall will deliver its Skymaster command and control systems, X-TAR 3D radars, Oerlikon Revolver Gun MK3-automatic cannon as well as an ammunition package that includes airburst-capable AHEAD rounds.
Spare parts, technical documentation and service support are also included.
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