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In December 2013 Boeing and Saab AB signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) to jointly develop and build a new advanced, cost-efficient T-X Family of Systems training solution for the upcoming competition to replace the U.S. Air Force’s aging T-38C Talon aircrew training system. The JDA, with Boeing and Saab AB as partners, covers areas including design, development, production, support, sales and marketing.
Angelica has a background in economics, but she currently develops the high-tech system that, together with one the world’s most advanced fighter aircraft: Gripen, differentiates friends from foes in the air. And that’s basically all she’s permitted to say about it.
With two older brothers working as Software Engineers, there is no doubt where Pernilla Eilert found her inspiration. Her coding path started already as a child when she watched her brother develop gaming apps that they then programmed together.
Investments in maritime infrastructure and facilities are growing. Everything from renewable energy and agriculture and fish farms on an industrial scale, to new offshore installations for oil and gas. This is where Saab and Sabertooth make a difference by making the work below the surface easier, more efficient and environmentally sustainable.
The Swedish Air Force Gripens and the Finnish Air Force Hornets recently participated in a Cross Border Training (CBT) in northern Sweden.
Andreas is originally from Värmland in Sweden, but moved to Linköping and joined Saab five years ago. The move and start at Saab is something he will never regret, since every day he gets to work with, in his own words, “undoubtedly one of the coolest products that Sweden has ever made.”
Four Brazilian Air Force (FAB) pilots have begun their operational training with the Gripen fighter at the F7 Wing in Såtenäs, Sweden.
It has been 15 years now since Gripen first landed in Hungary, at Kecskemét Air Base, home of the Hungarian Gripen fleet. Hungary was the third nation, after Sweden and the Czech Republic, to start operating Gripen C/D.
A Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) Gripen from Wing 7 (nicknamed, "Ferocious Shark of the Andaman) participated in a planned network centric system exercise recently in the Gulf of Thailand, reports a Thai online publication.
Jennifer is a systems engineer. At the moment she is on parental leave from her job at Saab. This suits her perfectly since she is happy to spend time with her family while renovating their newly purchased house. Also, she appreciate spending time flying aircraft with friends in the local aviation club.