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Monday, 6 June 2016

Babcock and BAE Systems ensure availability and sustainability of Royal Navy's Main Guns

Two of the biggest names in UK naval gun support and design have come together to ensure the ongoing availability and sustainability of the Royal Navy's Medium Calibre Guns (MCGs). Babcock International Group and BAE Systems have jointly won a five-year contract worth £41 million — with the potential to extend another five years — to deliver a greatly enhanced “total gun support” service package to the Royal Navy’s MCG weapon system.
Two of the biggest names in UK naval gun support and design have come together to ensure the ongoing availability and sustainability of the Royal Navy's Medium Calibre Guns (MCGs). Babcock International Group and BAE Systems have jointly won a five-year contract worth £41 million — with the potential to extend another five years — to deliver a greatly enhanced “total gun support” service package to the Royal Navy’s MCG weapon system.
HMS Sutherland conducts a live firing exercise with the ship's main gun off Gibraltar
[Picture: Leading Airman (Photographer) Ben Sutton, Crown Copyright/MOD 2012]
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