Kitting Up for Tomorrow

Baddeley, Adam; Keggler, Johnny
October 2004
Armada International;Oct/Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p22
Discusses the Soldier Modernization Programmes of several countries aimed at improving the skills of soldiers in military operations. Challenges faced by the Land Warrior program of the U.S. Marine Corps, including integration issues and poor power efficiency; Information on the phases involved in the African Warrior program; Acquisition of Image Intensification systems by Great Britain under its British Fist program.


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