Short range Ground Based Air Defence

The threat environment predicted for the late 2020s and beyond demands Army have the most up-to-date equipment and capabilities to defend against incoming air-launched and ground-launched kinetic and explosive warheads.

The first element of Defence’s Ground Based Air Defence (GBAD) system, LAND 17 Phase 7A, was approved in 2015 and contracted with Saab Australia for their Counter Rockets, Artillery and Missiles (C-RAM) Sense and Warn capability, as a follow on to…

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