18 Maret 2015

BAE Systems Proposes Combat System Upgrades for Malaysia, Indonesia

18 Maret 2015


BAE Systems is proposing Sea Ceptor as replacement for the soon-to-be-obsolete Seawolf for Lekiu Class (RMN) and Bung Tomo Class (TNI AL) (photo : FlightGlobal)

BAE Systems is proposing upgrade packages derived from the UK Royal Navy's (RN's) Type 23 Capability Sustainment Programme (CSP) for UK-built ships serving with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) and the Indonesian Navy (Tentera Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Laut, or TNI-AL), the company told IHS Jane's at the LIMA 2015 exhibition in Langkawi.

Under the CSP programme, the RN's Type 23 frigates are receiving a number of major combat system upgrades, including the introduction of the MBDA Sea Ceptor local area anti-air missile system (replacing the GWS 26 Mod 1 VL Seawolf) and the Radar Type 997/ARTISAN 3D surveillance and target indication radar (as a replacement for Radar Type 996).

(Jane's)

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