On Track

February 2006
Armada International;Complete Guide Supplement, p4
The article offers updates related to military vehicles as of February 2006. The construction of the Dingo 1 All Protected Vehicles by Krauss-Maffei Wegmann for the Germany Army is reported. The problems associated with the Boxer Multi-Role Armoured Vehicle project are addressed. The performance of the General Dynamics Stryker in Iraq is also described.


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