At MADEX 2019, the naval defense show held last week in South Korea, local defense company TS TECH unveiled its new K-RBOC NG decoy launcher compatible with the latest solution by French company Lacroix Defense.
Tag Archives : Lacroix
26 Oct 2019
Day 2 at MADEX 2019, the maritime defense exhibition held in Busan, South Korea. In this video we focus on:
19 Oct 2019
At MADEX 2019, Lacroix Defense will jointly showcase a broad range of launchers and dedicated munitions for ROK Navy along with its Korean Partners
11 Oct 2019
Day 2 for the French industry at the PACIFIC 2019 exposition in Sydney, Australia. Overview of the French pavilion federated by GICAN.
08 Oct 2019
During PACIFIC 2019, Lacroix is showcasing its latest solutions such as the SYLENA MK2 decoy launching system, focusing on RAN tailor-made naval solutions for the SEA5000 and SEA1180 programs.
04 Oct 2019
French pyrotechnics specialist Lacroix plans to set up operations to support Australian Industry Capability with its tailor-made naval solutions for RAN programs.
15 May 2019
At IMDEX Asia 2019, Lacroix Defense is showcasing for the first time in Singapore its Sylena Mk2 decoy launching system, which ensures superior AAW and ASW protection of surface vessels.
08 May 2019
French company Lacroix Defense is once again exhibiting at Sea Air Space, demonstrating its new generation, compact SYLENA range of decoy launching systems. Naval News took the opportunity of the event to sit down with Lacroix's Renaud Thetiot, regional manager.
26 Mar 2019
French company Lacroix Defense is once again exhibiting at LIMA, demonstrating its new generation, compact SYLENA MK2 decoy launching system. Naval News took the opportunity of the event to sit down with Lacroix's Thomas Vermeersch, Sales and Marketing Director.
18 Feb 2019
At IDEX 2019 French countermeasures specialist Lacroix is showcasing its naval Decoy Launching Systems (DLS) with a real SYLENA MK2 as the centerpiece of its booth. Lacroix supplies major navies worldwide with its SYLENA system, among which are the Egyptian Gowind-class corvettes by Naval Group and the Royal Omani Navy’s Al Ofouq-class OPVs.