Luftforsvaret / Royal Norwegian Air Force - Order of Battle
|2||Coast Guard operations||Various monitoring equipment, depth charges and torpedoes||333||Andøya|
|4||Maritime patrols, P-3C is a more advanced version used for maritime patrols.|
|58||Air defence and anti-invasion defence|
Norwegian F-5 and F-16 aircraft can be equipped with the following weapon systems:
334 Sq was closed down as Fighter aircraft squadron.
|6||Transport of personnel and/or equipment||Able to carry 92 passengers or 74 stretchers and 2 passengers||335||Gardermoen|
|3||Transport/calibration/ EW training||Carries 5-9 passengers||717||Gardermoen|
|Bell 412 SP||18||Transport||Carries 9-13 passengers||339||Bardufoss|
|Sea King Mk 43||12||Search and rescue helicopters||Can carry up to 20 persons in emergency||330 ||Bodø|
|Lynx Mk 86||6||Coast Guard helicopters||Can carry up to 7 persons||337||Bardufoss|
|NH-90||helicopters for the new frigates||334||Sola|
334 Sq was established at Sola in 2005 as a helicopter squadron for the new frigates.
|ARCS||"Acquisition Radar and Control system" - 3D control radars and command, control and communication systems (C3) for all anti-aircraft systems in the Air Force||27||Bodø and Ørland|
|NASAMS||"Norwegian Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System." Each NASAMS battery has 3 firing units, each with 3 firing ramps. Each firing ramp has 6 AMRAAM missiles.||6 batteries||Bodø and Ørland|
|RB70||Bofors RB70 short range missile. Each battery has 8 firing units RB70 with one RB70 weapon system and one weapon terminal each.||10 batteries||Bodø and Ørland|
The principal task of the Anti-Aircraft Forces is to defend the important airports. These forces are organised in a network of anti-aircraft systems with different capabilities. Units at the most important airports are equipped with missiles with NASAMS and medium range surface-to-air missiles, short range surface-to-air missiles (RB70).
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