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Monday, April 13, 2015

Sweden Offers A-36 Submarine to Thailand Navy

When the recent acquisition of Saab AB in Sweden from ThyssenKrupp shipyards Germany this makes Sweden's Kockums capacity in the submarine again.

A-26 class submarines, which are still being designed and developed which is expected to the replacement Gotland submarine class Sweden have 3 active aircraft, but the project has not progressed much since the conflict between the Sweden Defence Materiel Organization or FMV with ThyssenKrupp which owns Kockums and A-26, while the ship was at Saab AB after Kockums acquired from ThyssenKrupp, makes the A-26 might have hope again.

The boats Type-612 which is a submarine A-26 with 4,000 tonnes of normal ship A-26 of 1,900 tons was not chosen by the project submarine replacement of Collins class submarines of the Australian Navy.

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