“The formalization of this Outline Agreement is the successful culmination of a long and complex negotiation involving technical, contractual and legal aspects; which has enabled a more responsive, efficient approach to meeting customer requirements to support naval exercises. In the future, the Naval Support Section expects to expand the base of customers among NLSP members and exploit synergies on the subject with SHAPE and other NATO agencies,” said Angel Pastor, NSPA Naval Project Officer.
“As with all our services, the Draken team approaches the delivery of Electronic Warfare effects in multi-domain operations with nothing but the utmost integrity. Our teams recognise that the training effects we deliver are vital to front-line forces, ensuring their operational readiness, and we are proud that the NSPA has entrusted Draken to deliver these essential training services to the Spanish Navy,” commented Draken’s CEO Paul Armstrong.
NSPA provides the full spectrum of Life Cycle Management services in the aviation domain for Fixed Wing Aircraft, Rotary Wing Aircraft, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Flight simulators.