A Growing Defence Show

December 2003
Armada International;Dec2003/Jan2004, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p78
Provides information on the Defence Systems & Equipment International exhibition. Features of the surveillance camera exhibited by Macroswiss; Selection of the Swedish Mk 3 naval gun from Bofors Defence by the U.S. Coast Guard; Presence of the Piranha III light armored vehicle topped with RO Defence Armoured Mortar System II. INSETS: Bofors Highlights its FH 77B;Denel Launches Eagle Eye Super Binoculars;Standard Pocket Kit.


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