Tomorrow's Infantry Warrior

Gander, T. J.; Biass, E. H.; Keggler, J.
October 2003
Armada International;Oct/Nov2003, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p68
Highlights several soldier equipment development programs in the defense industry in 2003. Number of infantry systems and terminal information systems included in France's Felin programme; Weapons accessory options of the U.S. Army's Land Warrior content; Benefits of the Portable Power Packs from Global Solar. INSET: Ongoing Programmes.


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