Indonesian Army bolsters air defences with Thales Forceshield
In a bid to bolster its air and missile defences, Indonesia is acquiring the Forceshield integrated system of vehicle-mounted missiles and radars from Thales in a deal worth over £100 million.
Five Indonesian Army batteries will be supplied with Starstreak missiles, ControlMaster200 radars and weapon coordination systems, lightweight multiple launchers and RapidRanger weapon launchers from Thales operations in the UK and France, accorting to defence reports.
Victor Chavez, CEO of Tha...
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