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What does PAAMS stand for?

PAAMS stands for Principal Anti Air Missile Systems


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Nick Young My current role at Cobham is as a Systems Engineer doing systems engineer management. However, I previously worked at QinetiQ providing project support to the Ministry of Defence for the Type-45 weapons system, which is the Principal Anti Air Missile System (PAAMS), or better known now as Sea Viper. In that role I was associated with looking at the trials data, qualifying the trials data, signing off the design and assessing the evidence to demonstrate that it actually met the fundamental requirements set down by the relevant defence equipment capability specialists in the MoD.
The Principal Anti Air Missile System (PAAMS) is a joint programme developed by France, Italy and the United Kingdom for an integrated anti-aircraft warfare system. The prime contractor is EUROPAAMS, a joint venture between Eurosam (66%) and MBDA subsidiary UKAMS (33%). MBDA also owns 66% of Eurosam, in effect giving it a 77% share of the project. In the United Kingdom PAAMS has been given the designation Sea Viper.