Shows … Exhibitions

December 2005
Armada International;Dec/Jan2006, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p36
The article examines various military weapons, equipment and supplies at various exhibitions. The 155 mm Portee howitzer from BAE Systems had been developed for the British Army. An update on the progress of the advance Modular Combat Vehicle that is being developed by Denel with Patria for South Africa's New Generation Infantry Combat Vehicle Programme is provided.


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