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NATO Seagnat Decoy Launchers. Machine Guns. Small Calibre Guns.

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Terma SKWS Decoy Launching System
all existing 130 mm decoys – also known as SeaGnat decoys.
G TYPE 45 - The Anti-Air Warfare Destroyer
Principle Anti Air Missile System (PAAMS). 1 x 4.5” Mk 8 Gun.
Nulka, Pirate, Seagnat and Lescut decoy systems.
Ships' badges of the 4th (Portsmouth) and 6th (Devonport) Frigate
63 Seagnat launcher. 64 254mm signal projector, port and starboard. 65 Swimmer of the watch hoist, port and starboard.
environmental conditions and ship attitude. Mortar Launcher. Some vessels already possess SRBOC or Sea Gnat launchers for torpedo counter-measure use.

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Este es el destructor naval que enviará Londres a Malvinas
El sistema de señuelo Seagnat permite la atracción y distracción de las armas guiadas por radar, a través de medios activos y pasivos. Un dispositivo de 'suplantación' por infrarrojos está previsto para futuras ampliaciones.

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Seagnat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Seagnat Control System (sometimes spelt SeaGnat or Sea Gnat) is a decoy system used on many NATO warships to safeguard against incoming missiles.
Seagnat 216 - Chemring Countermeasures
Seagnat 216 Mod 1 is NATO's "standard" chaff distraction decoy. It is rocket propelled, and makes use of a drogue parachute during payload descent.
Chemring Australia - Cartridge Chaff 130mm Seduction Mk 214 Mod
Cartridge Chaff 130mm Seduction Mk 214 Mod 1 Seagnat.
A4 Detail Sheets Jecobin X165 - Combined SBROC / Seagnat Chaff
Dec 28, 2006 Jecobin X165 - Combined SBROC / Seagnat Chaff Launcher (Nato) ?
Duke Class (Type 23) Frigates - Naval Technology
Type 23 frigates are fitted with the BAE Systems Outfit DLH upgrade which will allow the launch of the Siren Mk 251 active decoy round as well as the Sea Gnat.

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