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BAE Systems C4ISR, in partnership with AeI, as been awarded a contract to supply Link 11 datalink sub-systems for integration with the STN Atlas Isus 90 Combat Management System on board Class 214 submarines being built by HDW for the Hellenic Navy. (News).

BAE Systems C4ISR, in partnership with AeI, as been awarded a contract to supply Link 11 datalink sub-systems for integration with the STN Atlas Isus 90 Combat Management System on board Class 214 submarines being built by HDW for the Hellenic Navy. A widely utilised tactical data link, particularly since its release to Partnership for Peace nations, Link 11 in various forms (transceive or receive only) is now in service in Royal Navy attack submarines and in the Italian Navy's Sauro Class submarines, as well as in Turkish Navy submarines.
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