Fres at Heart of Dsei?

August 2007
Armada International;Aug/Sep2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p83
The article discusses several issues surrounding the decision by the British Ministry of Defence to shortlist the Nexter VBCI, the Piranha IV Evolution and the Boxer as military vehicle candidates for the Fres test and evaluation program. The program is expected to be the center of attraction at the DSEi exhibition in September 2007. It remains to see which company is likely to be chosen as the final system integrator.


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