Knowles, J.
May 2009
Journal of Electronic Defense;May2009, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports on the selection of a range of Thales equipment by the Hellenic Navy for its two Roussen-Class fast attack craft (FAC). The manufacturer of the two FAC is Elefsis Shipbuilding & Industrial Enterprises in Greece under license from British company BVT Surface Fleet Ltd. The equipment from Thales include the Tacticos combat management system and the Mirador electro-optic weapon-control system.


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