BAE Systems Prime Contractor For U.K. CVF Carrier Program

Preston, Anthony
February 2003
Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p25
Reports developments related to international military science as of February 2003. Selection of BAE System to be the prime contractor the Royal Navy; Agreement between Australia Submarine Corp. and Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics; Removal of the BAE Seawolf point-defense missiles. INSETS: Untitled;Untitled.


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