Lockheed Martin Bids For RN Minehunting Sonar

Preston, Antony
February 2001
Sea Power;Feb2001, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p28
Reports on the decision of Great Britain's Ministry of Defense to continue its Hunt Mid-Life Upgrade program which will upgrade several Royal Navy Hunt-class mine-counter-measures vessels. Total cost of the program; Main components of the program; Information on the solution offered by Lockheed Martin for the upgrading of the vessels.


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