German navy frigate Sachsen missile malfunctionGerman navy

A missile fired by German navy frigate Sachsen earlier this month failed to exit the tube, scorching the deck.
Two crew members were injured, and the ship has returned to homeport.
The German military has had a number of issues in recent years, including equipment shortages and failures.

A missile malfunction aboard German navy frigate FGS Sachsen on June 21 scorched the ship’s deck and injured two sailors.

The Sachsen, an air-defense frigate, was sailing with sub-hunting frigate Lubeck in a test and practice area near the Arctic Circle in Norwegian waters, according to the German navy.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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