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CB90 NG Combat Boat at DSEI 2021

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Saab presents for the first time outside of Sweden, at DSEI 2021 exhibition in London, a new generation of the Combat Boat 90 (CB90) fast assault craft. This CB90 Next Generation (CB90 NG) features new capabilities as well as many of the features that the original CB90 is famous for. Designed to swiftly transport marines and other forces, CB90 is renowned for the ease by which troops can rapidly get onshore and depart again, be it a beach or an awkward, elevated rocky shore. 

Saab presents for the first time outside of Sweden, at DSEI 2021 exhibition in London, a new generation of the Combat Boat 90 (CB90) fast assault craft. This CB90 Next Generation (CB90 NG) features new capabilities as well as many of the features that the original CB90 is famous for. Designed to swiftly transport marines and other forces, CB90 is renowned for the ease by which troops can rapidly get onshore and depart again, be it a beach or an awkward, elevated rocky shore. 

Tags : DEFENCE | SAAB | COMBAT BOAT | CB90

Location : London, United Kingdom

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