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Saab Logs Order from the Norwegian Army for Training System

Category: Training And Simulators

Saab offers a complete training concept that creates a realistic environment for the soldiers

Saab has received an order for a training system to the Norwegian Armed Forces with a total value of MSEK 69 (euro6.76 million).

The order is part of the system for supporting the training of units and soldiers which has been operational for several years. The Norwegian Army is working to create a realistic training environment which offers an accurate picture of the reality that soldiers will face during missions where the reality is different to that in Nordic countries.

Extended training capacity

The order includes simulators for tanks and small arms, increased capacity for communication systems plus a targeting system that can be used with more than 40 different vehicle systems, facilities and constructions.

"Norway is one of our biggest customers for training systems. The order is a confirmation that our systems provide good training value for the customer. This order extends the Norwegian Army's training capacity, and adds new features and capabilities," says Claes-Peter Cederlöf, Marketing Manager at Training and Simulations.

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