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RNZN SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopter started test flights with AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile
 
The Royal New Zealand Navy releazed a picture showing the new NZ SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopters in RNZN colours undergoing a test-flight yesterday at Kaman Aerospace in Bloomfield Connecticut, USA. It is fitted with an AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile these helicopters will use.
The Royal New Zealand Navy released a picture showing the new NZ SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopters in RNZN colours undergoing a test-flight yesterday at Kaman Aerospace in Bloomfield Connecticut, USA. It is fitted with an AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile these helicopters will use.
 
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Naval Forces News - New Zealand
 
 
 
RNZN SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopter started test flights with AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile
 
The Royal New Zealand Navy released a picture showing the new NZ SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopters in RNZN colours undergoing a test-flight yesterday at Kaman Aerospace in Bloomfield Connecticut, USA. It is fitted with an AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile these helicopters will use.
     
The Royal New Zealand Navy releazed a picture showing the new NZ SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite helicopters in RNZN colours undergoing a test-flight yesterday at Kaman Aerospace in Bloomfield Connecticut, USA. It is fitted with an AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missile these helicopters will use.
A Royal New Zealand Navy SH-2G(I) Super Seasprite during a flight test with a Penguin anti-ship missile. Image: RNZN
     
On arrival in New Zealand the temporary US registration will be removed. Ten of these machines are on order to replace the existing five Seasprites. The first should arrive late this year with all in service by 2016.

KONGSBERG of Norway signed a contract with the New Zealand Defence Force for the delivery of Penguin Mk 2 Mod 7 anti-ship missiles and associated equipment in November last year.