MBDA`s CAMM to Strengthen Air Defence Capability of Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyers

Date: Issue 108 - July 2021

MBDA has been awarded a number of new contracts to significantly upgrade the air and missile defence capabilities of the Royal Navy’s six Type 45 destroyers.

The work will see CAMM (Common Anti-air Modular Missile) paired with an upgraded Sea Viper command and control (C2) system for the first time. CAMM offers both world-leading close-in and local-area air defence and will complement Aster 30, strengthening the anti-air defence capability of the Royal Navy.