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  1. Yes we CAMM: inside the UK’s surface-to-air missile success
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Yes we CAMM: inside the UK’s surface-to-air missile success

European missile company MBDA had a busy 2018 with its newest air defence weapon - known as the Common Anti-Air Modular Missile (CAMM) - successfully entering service with the Royal Navy and the British Army continuing its own testing towards fielding the same missile. Now the company is looking to expand further.

SSK Scorpene Class Attack Submarine

The Scorpene submarine is jointly developed by French state-owned shipbuilding firm DCNS (formerly DCN) and Spanish shipbuilder Navantia (formerly Bazan, then Izar).

Australia to arm new submarines with A$6bn weapons despite delays

The Australian Defence Department has announced plans to spend up to A$6bn ($4.13bn) arming its new fleet of 12 submarines with next-generation weapons, despite a potential government inquiry by the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) to review the A$50bn ($35.94bn) contract for the procurement of the fleet.

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