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SAAB medverkar i Polens MiG-29 modernisering


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Saab has signed a teaming agreement with Poland's Wojskowe Zaklady Lotnicze Nr 2 for the Polish Air Force's MiG-29 fleet modernisation programme.
The latest agreement will enable the aircraft to feature Saab's electronic warfare self-protection systems.
In addition, the agreement will offer Saab an opportunity to cooperate on the modernisation of other systems in use with the Polish Air Force.
Saab Electronic Warfare head Carl-Johan Bergholm said: "As an international supplier of electronic warfare systems, Saab fully recognises the importance of finding the right partners to complement our portfolio.
"Along with WZL2, we can use our knowledge to develop projects that are very favourable to the Polish Air Force and the Polish industry."
Saab's EW systems will offer situational awareness with the ability to detect, localise and identify radar frequency based threats, reducing the risks in the hostile engagement.
In addition, it will provide the pilot with the information and decision superiority required on top of the electronic battlefield, the company stated.
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