Author Topic: Philippine Air Force Ground-based Air Defense System Acquisition Project  (Read 1199 times)


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SARO-BMB-D-20-0011482     2,396,362,500.00     06/09/2020 11:11:00      06/11/2020 18:14:58     17 - Department of National Defense (DND)     010 - General
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SPYDER missiles added to arsenal
January 24, 2019 at 10:05 pm by PNA

“Yes, we are. [However], I do not know [yet] the exact number of [batteries we will be getting],” Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said in a message to the Philippine News Agency Thursday when sought for an update on the military’s modernization efforts.

SPYDER is short for Surface-to-air Python and Derby mobile-air defense system that was developed by the Israeli defense technology firm, Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, with assistance from Israel Aerospace Industries.