Saab to continue Swedish Gripen weapon support
Saab will continue to provide technical support for the Swedish armed forces Gripen fleet.
Under an order from the Swedish Defence Material Administration announced on 10 July, Saab will continue providing support for weapons and external stores for Gripen, including support, configuration management, technical documentation, technical maintenance and modification.
The order falls under an agreement with FMV for technical support and maintenance of Gripen’s existing weapons and external stores signed in March 2015.
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