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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

First Steel Cut For Saab Kockums A26 Submarine

Defence and security company Saab has begun construction of the world’s most modern submarine programme, the A26. On Friday 4 September 2015 the first steel was cut for the first submarine’s hull.

The construction phase for the Swedish Navy’s A26 next-generation submarine has officially begun. On 4 September 2015 at the Saab Kockums shipyard in Karlskrona, the first steel for the new vessel was cut. This is a key milestone for the world’s most modern submarine programme.

The A26 is a next-generation submarine with the ability to perform in all oceans and across a broad spectrum of conflict environments.

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