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Boeing-Saab victory in T-X competition would bring work to St. Louis production line

Defense News, By: Valerie Insinna, 16 May 2017

WASHINGTON — In an expected decision, Boeing and Saab announced on Monday plans to assemble their offering for the Air Force’s T-X training program in St. 453 more words

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Mobile Camouflage System in use by the U.S. Army in Europe

SAAB Group, 14 May 2017

The U.S. Army´s 2nd Cavalry Regiment, stationed in Vilsek, Germany, is now evaluating Saab’s Barracuda Mobile Camouflage System (MCS) on their Stryker fighting vehicles. 431 more words

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Gripen E to feature next-generation electronic warfare capability

Janes, Reuben F Johnson, Linkoping – IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly, 12 May 2017

Both operational testing and evaluation (OTE) pilots with the Swedish Air Force (SwAF) and the company’s own test pilots are highly complimentary of the next-generation Saab Gripen E fighter. 339 more words

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Boost Matters in Alaska. Outlaw style does too.

Flicking through Instagram looking for cool Saabs as you do, I came across an image that really made me stop and stare, a classic 900 Aero Turbo, in red with a black tailgate, super nice swooped up exhaust, louvers, roof rack and a seriously tight stance. 238 more words

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Saab vs. Saab

For those of you that follow the blog, you’ll know how much time, effort and money has gone in to my 9-3 HOT Aero convertible, but the time has come to pass it on to another Saab guardian and move on to another Saab project. 273 more words

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Saab secures German electronic countermeasures deal

C4ISRNET, By: Michael Peck, 27 April 2017

Saab has been awarded a German Air Force contract for electronic countermeasures.

Under the contract, awarded by the NATO Eurofighter 2000 and Tornado Management Agency (NETMA) on behalf of the German Air Force, Saab will provide 29 BOZ-101 EC electronic warfare self-protection and countermeasures systems, according to a Saab news release. 52 more words

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Bulgaria opts for Swedish Gripen combat jets

Defense News, By: Tsvetelia Tsolova and Angel Krasimirov, Reuters, April 27, 2017

SOFIA, Bulgaria — Bulgaria has decided to start talks with Sweden to acquire eight new Gripen combat jets made by Saab, Bulgarian interim Deputy Prime Minister Stefan Yanev said Wednesday, as the Balkan country seeks to replace its aging Soviet-designed MiG-29s. 150 more words

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