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Warship Asset Management Agreement (Wama)

by on Oct.14, 2021, under Uncategorized

BAE Systems Australia ($1.33 billion), Saab Australia ($125 million) and Naval Ship Management ($444 million) will work on the current framework agreement that will cover ANZAC-class frigates, land support and training services for the remaining life of the capability. NSM offers the maintenance of the Australian Anzac-class frigates under the Warship Asset Management Agreement (WAMA). WaMA was awarded in 2016 and is a strategic partnership with NSM, BAE Systems, SAAB and the Commonwealth for the entire asset management of the Anzac-class frigates until the end of their lifespan. Together, the Alliance provides warships that are physically capable of sailing, which will improve the long-term effectiveness of the Royal Australian Navy. Most of the work under WAMA is done in Henderson, WA. Naval Ship Management consists of a joint venture between UGL and Babcock. HMAS Toowoomba (II) is the seventh Anzac-class frigate launched in 2003 and commissioned in 2005. AmCAP includes the replacement of the existing air search radar capability with CEAFAR`s new L-band long-range aerial search radar. Another important work on Warramunga was: As part of the upgrade, some content will be moved and the location will be changed.. .

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