The first Anglo-French missile development since the late 1990s is making steady progress toward service entry in the 2020s. The Sea Venom, previously known by its program name, the Future Anti-Surface Guided Weapon (Heavy) or in France as the Anti Navire Leger (ANL), is a lightweight anti-ship missile that eventually will become the primary weapon of Britain’s shipborne Leonardo AW159 Wildcat maritime helicopters and later of the Airbus AS565 Panther and NHIndustries NH90 Caiman ...

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