FREMMFrigate European Multi-Mission
FREMMFrégate Européenne Multi-Mission
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Caption: The Fremm ER is distinguished by its integrated mast with the new SF 500 aesa radar as well as communications, IRST and EW suite.
The FREMM Languedoc is an anti-submarine vessel with a crew of 120 personnel under the command of Captain Guillaume Arnoux, the French Embassy in Ottawa pointed out.
Caption: France's Nexter Systems developed two versions of the Narwhal The most sophisticated one is the Narwhal 208 seen here, that has been ordered for the French Navy's Fremm frigate fleet.
Caption: TOP: The Royal Navy's Type 23 frigate HMS Monmouth (right) and the French Navy's FREMM frigate Languedoc were docked side by side at the HMC Dockyard at CFB Halifax for their port visits prior to taking part in the Royal Canadian Navy's international Exercise CUTLASS FURY 2016.
The 13% growth over 2017 was mainly driven by major national programs, in particular the Barracuda nuclear-powered attack submarine and the FREMM. The international markets benefited from the strong contribution of Brazil and Australia, while services also contributed significantly, in particular through the modernisation programme for the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier and the M51 adaptation program for the SSBN Le Temeraire.
* FREMM "Rizzo", the sixth unit of Italian Navy FREMM program, was delivered at the Muggiano shipyard in La Spezia;
The French government and DCNS have been marketing the French multi-missions frigate (FREMM) in Canada since 2012 in preparation for CSC.
Citing diplomatic sources, the news agency said Egypt might also be interested in buying a second Fremm frigate built by DCNS, 64 percent of which is owned by the French state and 35 percent of which is owned by defense group Thales.
In December 2006, MBDA received the notification from the French Defence Ministry's Delegation Generale pour l'Armament (DGA) regarding the development and production of 250 Scalp Navals (as it is more commonly referred to), although the contract was later reduced to 200 missiles worth [euro]1.13 billion, with 150 units to be employed from the vertical launching system (VLS) of the Aquitaine class of ships that are also known as the Fremm frigates, while the other 50 were allocated for launch from the Nato-standard 553 mm torpedo tubes of the new Barracuda class of nuclear-powered attack submarines.
Caption: RIGHT: DCNS Technologies Canada brought a model of its FREMM design to Halifax for DEFSEC Atlantic in September.