Saab receives Czech order for RBS 70 missiles
The order has been placed by the NATO Support and Procurement Agency, which is responsible for acquisitions on behalf of NATO members.
The Czech Army uses the RBS 70 and RBS 70 NG systems, both of which are compatible with the Mk II missile. The Mk II missile has an altitude coverage of 4km and a range of 7km.
Delivery will take place in 2019.
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