Tracks & Tyres Centre Stage

Kemp, Ian
February 2008
Armada International;Feb/Mar2008 Supplement, p1
This publication offers a guide to military weapons manufactured by different companies. The U.S. Army is investing to modernise its BAE Systems M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle family, which forms the core of its heavy forces. The Mobile Tactical Vehicle Light is being offered as a conversion for BAE Systems' M113s. General Dynamics is developing manned combat vehicles: the Command and Control Vehicle, the Reconnaissance and Surveillance Vehicle and the Mounted Combat System.


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