Norway and Germany recently joined forces to embark on a groundbreaking collaboration aimed at developing a cutting-edge supersonic naval missile.

Spearheaded by the renowned Norwegian defense contractor KONGSBERG Defence & Aerospace, this initiative marks a significant leap forward in naval capabilities for both nations.

Let us delve into the details of this trailblazing collaboration and examine the technological marvel poised to transform Norway and Germany’s maritime warfare capabilities.

The SuperSonic Strike Missile: Key Details and Features

At the heart of this joint endeavor lies the SuperSonic Strike Missile (3SM), a naval weapon poised to redefine maritime warfare.

Although specifics about the 3SM are still being kept under wraps, key insights shed light on its design and potential applications.

The 3SM, currently in its developmental phase, is envisioned as a supersonic missile propelled by ramjet technology, a hallmark feature synonymous with high-speed propulsion.