Switzerland will carry out evaluations of ground-based air defense (GBAD) systems in August and September for the so-called Bodluv element of the country’s Air2030 modernization program. Armaments agency Armasuisse will perform the evaluations of both the MBDA/Thales Eurosam SAMP/T and the Raytheon Patriot system at a site in Menzingen, an air defense facility that previously housed the Bristol Bloodhound missile until its 1999 retirement. The trials follow evaluations performed on ...


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