Saab Training Systems' equipment selected by the British Army

Saab Training Systems, Huskvarna, Sweden, has been awarded a contract
worth over SEK 80 million, exclusive of options and support. The
contract includes delivery of the BT46 laser based simulator for the
Next Generation Light Anti-Armour Weapon Programme (NLAW) to the British
Army.

- This contract will further improve Saab Training Systems position as
one of the main suppliers of training equipment for the British army,
says Johan Ohlson, President, Saab Training Systems.

The BT46 NLAW training system are a key training component in the NLAW
Programme and will provide the realism required for the user when
training firing and operating skills in a tactical environment.

The equipment will be used with the Direct Fire Weapon Effect Simulator
(DFWES) simulators, supplied and operated by Saab Training Systems, in
the UK, Germany and Canada.

Saab Bofors Dynamics, a sister company within the Saab Group, is the
prime contractor for delivery of the complete NLAW system to the British
Army.

Saab is one of the world's leading high-technology companies with its
main operations focusing on defense, aviation and space. The group
covers a broad spectrum of competence and capability in systems
integration.

For further information, please contact:
Johan Ohlson, President, Saab Training Systems,
phone: +46 36 38 86 01
Gunnar Junedahl, Marketing Manager, Saab Training Systems,
phone: +46 36 38 87 65

www.saabtrainingsystems.com
www.saab.se

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