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Sea Killer

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Sea Killer is an Italian anti-ship missile. [1]

16 relations: Aermacchi MB-339, AGM-158C LRASM, AgustaWestland AW101, Alvand-class frigate, EADS CASA C-295, Eurofighter Typhoon, Eurofighter Typhoon variants, Exocet, FREMM multipurpose frigate, Iranian frigate Sahand, List of decommissioned ships of the Italian Navy, List of missiles by country, Marte, MBDA, Naval Strike Missile, Otomat.

Aermacchi MB-339

The Aermacchi MB-339 is an Italian military jet trainer and light attack aircraft.

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The AGM-158C LRASM (Long Range Anti-Ship Missile) is a stealthy anti-ship cruise missile under development for the United States Air Force and United States Navy by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

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AgustaWestland AW101

The AgustaWestland AW101 is a medium-lift helicopter used in both military and civil applications.

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Alvand-class frigate

The Alvand class (Persian: ناوچه کلاس الوند) was originally a class of four frigates known as the Saam class built for the pre-revolutionary Iranian Navy.

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The EADS CASA C-295 is a twin-turboprop tactical military transport aircraft, and is currently manufactured by Airbus Defence and Space in Spain.

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Eurofighter Typhoon

The Eurofighter Typhoon is a twin-engine, canard-delta wing, multirole fighter.

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Eurofighter Typhoon variants

The Eurofighter Typhoon is in service with six nations: United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Saudi Arabia, and Austria.

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The Exocet (French for "flying fish" The missile's name was given by M. Guillot, then technical director at Nord Aviation, after the French name for flying fish.) is a French-built anti-ship missile whose various versions can be launched from surface vessels, submarines, helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.

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FREMM multipurpose frigate

The FREMM ("European multi-purpose frigate"; French: Frégate européenne multi-mission; Italian: Fregata europea multi-missione) is a class of multi-purpose frigates designed by Naval Group/Armaris and Fincantieri for the navies of France and Italy.

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Iranian frigate Sahand

Iranian frigate Sahand (in Persian سهند), a British-made Vosper Mark V class frigate (also known as the), was commissioned as part of a four-ship order.

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List of decommissioned ships of the Italian Navy

This is a list of decommissioned vessels of the Italian Navy since 1949.

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List of missiles by country

This list of missiles by country displays the names of missiles in order of the country where they originate (were developed), with the countries listed alphabetically and annotated with their continent (and defence alliance, if applicable).

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Marte may refer to.

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MBDA is a European developer and manufacturer of missiles.

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Naval Strike Missile

The Naval Strike Missile (NSM) is an anti-ship and land-attack missile developed by the Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KDA).

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The Otomat is an Italian-built, anti-ship and coastal defence missile first built by the Italian company Oto Melara jointly with Matra and now made by MBDA.

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Marte (missile).


[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Killer

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