Germany enters final phase of talks for short-range air-defense and light-surface missile buys
After a long lull, Germany is finally moving ahead on new guided missile programs, reshaping its inventory to meet present-day threats. In mid-May, an MBDA-Rheinmetall team, SysFla GmbH., submitted a proposal for a system to meet Germany’s SysFla future ground-based air defense requirement, intended to replace the Raytheon Stinger, the now-decomissioned Roland short-range missile and Cold War-era artillery. This system, consisting of a highly agile non-line-of-sight missile, 35-mm. air ...
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