Saab Wins $29M for Gripen Missile System Integration

Saab LogoSaab has won a potential $29.3 million contract to integrate the Meteor weapon system onto the Swedish Air Force’s Gripen E multi-role fighter aircraft.

This award follows an aircraft development and modification contract that the Swedish Defense Materiel Administration awarded to Saab in February, MBDA Inc. said Dec. 20.

MBDA is building the Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile system for the European nation’s Gripen program.

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One Response to "Saab Wins $29M for Gripen Missile System Integration"

  1. emilymainzer says:

    A further version, designated Gripen JAS 39 E/F, is under development as of 2014: http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/gripen-e-multirole-fighter-aircraft/

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