MBDA Secures Sea Ceptor Naval Air Defense Missile Deal
LONDON — European missile manufacturer MBDA has secured a £250 million ($400 million) production contract for the Sea Ceptor naval air defense missile. The weapon, which has been under development as the Common Anti-air Modular Missile (CAMM), is a variant of the AIM-132 Advanced Short Range Air-to...
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