May 2012
Sea Technology;May2012, p52
The article presents updates related to navies as of May 2012. It notes that a model of the surface mine countermeasure (SMCM) remote submersible has been introduced by the U.S. Navy and General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems Inc. It states that a missile simulation has been successfully engaged in by the Forbin air defense frigate of the French Navy. It mentions that electronics for the AN/SQQ-90 tactical sonar have been delivered by Raytheon Co.


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