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Leonardo participates at Bahrain International Air Show

Posted 14 November 2018 · Add Comment

Leonardo is showcasing its RAT-31 DL, an advanced L- band solid state phased array, 3D surveillance radar, with instrumental range almost 500 km at the Bahrain Airshow. The RAT 31 DL is designed to operate within modern military Air Defence system.

 

Bahrain, as well as other countries in the Gulf region, can be further supported by Leonardo’s expertise in mission management and cutting-edge sensor technology to deliver high performance, integrated solutions for ISR/ISTAR missions. Leonardo’s turnkey ISR solutions can be provided via Manned or Unmanned platforms and are fully equipped with a range of sensors and networked capabilities, delivering a high degree of situational awareness and contributing to force protection. Also relevant for the region is the M-346FA, the new Fighter Attack configuration of the M-346, a highly efficient and reliable radar-equipped multirole combat aircraft, which meets an increasingly wide range of customer operational needs. The T-346A, which is the M- 346 Advanced Jet Trainer version of the Italian Air Force is one of the aircraft displaying in the Middle East region, together with the Eurofighter Typhoon and the Italian Aerobatic Team “Frecce Tricolori”, which will also participating in Bahrain Air Show.

“We are proud about the partnership we have with Italian Air Force – said Lorenzo Mariani, Leonardo chief commercial officer – and they represent, also thanks to our aeronautic technologies, the Italian excellence. We put this same commitment to support all our customers, and this is why systems developed by Leonardo are high value assets, delivered with an effective operational through life-cycle.”

Displayed on the static is the Leonard AW139 that is also configured for Search and Rescue (SAR).

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