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New air surveillance radars to the Norwegian Armed Forces

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The Norwegian Defence Material Agency (NDMA) signed a contract with Lockheed Martin on 17 of November 2022 for delivery of eight military air surveillance radars with an option for three additional radars. The contract marks an important milestone for the Norwegian defence sector. Three of the new radars will be installed in existing locations, replacing […]

Source: Regjeringen


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Kongsberg and Lockheed Martin signs contract for Norwegian Air Surveillance Radars

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Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KONGSBERG) and Lockheed Martin signed a contract for KONGSBERG’s support of the delivery of the TPY-4 radar to Norway for the Norwegian Radar Sensor (NORSE) Project. Through this ca 900 MNOK contract, KONGSBERG will be a significant partner and subcontractor to Lockheed Martin for the deliveries to the NORSE project. The […]

Source: KONGSBERG

Published: December 8, 2022


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Space Force Partners with Norway to Launch Arctic Comms Satellites

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To extend the service life of the U.S. military’s current Arctic communications system, the Space Force will deploy a pair of communications payloads on Norwegian satellites in early 2023. The Arctic region is notoriously difficult for communications systems. “Communications satellites operating in geostationary Earth orbit do not cover the area of the Arctic,” according to […]

Source: National Defense Magazine


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Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace: Agreement signed with the Norwegian National Security Authority

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“Our competence is important for Norway as a nation, and our products play a vital role securing information nationally as well as internationally,” says Anne Marie Hegland, Department Manager in the Safety, Network & Security department in Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace. It is crucial for a supplier in the defence industry to work with continuous […]

Source: Kongsberg


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North Atlantic Council extends mandate of the Secretary General

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NATO Allies agreed on 24 March 2022 to extend the mandate of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg by a further year, until 30 September 2023. Allies thanked the Secretary General for his leadership and dedication, particularly at this critical moment for international security.  

Source: NATO


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