Saab signs Finnish Army training contract
Saab announced on 27 April that it is to deliver training systems to the Finnish Army under a contract signed with the Finnish Defence Forces Logistics Command Headquarters.
Saab provides the Finnish Army with training support for KASI, its mobile Combat Training Centre. The centre can be set-up in any location in Finland and is used for realistic pre-deployment training of international missions as well as supporting regimental combat exercises.
Saab sets up, supports and moves the mobile combat training centre to different training sites, providing soldiers and officers of the Finnish Defence Forces with resources for tactical training at all levels.
Under this contract, the company will deliver KASI training systems to two new Finnish Army regiments. Deliveries will start in 2018
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