European missile systems house MBDA has rolled out its first land-based prototype of the UK’s nascent Future Local Area air defence System (FLAADS) at a demonstration to its British Army customer. FLAADS is a totally new system using a new missile system rather than re-roling air-to-air interceptors. The new vehicle is the land-based portion of the Team Complex Weapons (Team CW) industrial consortium’s FLAADS project to replace the UK Royal Navy’s (RN’s) Seawolf point...
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