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HMS Daring D-32, the UK Royal Navy's (RN) most recent and advanced anti-air warfare destroyer will be taking centre stage at the Doha Commercial Port.
Navy a much-needed weapon system to help with extended range anti-air warfare.
Building on our successes with systems already in use by Norway and Australia, Lockheed Martin will deliver, with this latest variant, a major improvement to the guided missile frigate anti-air warfare capability and continue more than two decades of support to the operational needs of the Turkish Navy.
They will provide the British fleet and her allies with an unparalleled level of anti-air warfare capability.
The Type 45 Anti-Air Warfare Destroyer takes over from HMS Newcastle which was decommissioned last year.
Some of the squadron's tasks include managing anti-air warfare assets within a designated sector, detecting, identifying, and classifying all aircraft within an assigned sector, maintaining tracks of identified contacts and providing route control/navigation assistance as required, selecting and assigning weapons to engage and defeat enemy air threats and lastly, controlling the engagement of enemy air threats by increasing interceptors or surface-to-air weapons.
The SPY-1F is a modified version of the AN/SPY-1D radar system designed to provide anti-air warfare capability with the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile and Standard Missile-2.
A specialist in anti-air warfare, he assumed command of HMS Somerset in December last year.