October 2002
Sea Power;Oct2002, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p37
Reports on BAE Systems PLC's rollout of the first Nimrod MRA 4 maritime patrol aircraft at its plant in Woodford, England. Number of MRNA aircraft planned by the company; Aircraft features.


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