Digital Warriors

August 2008
Armada International;Aug/Sep2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p34
The article focuses on the soldier system technologies deployed by various armies worldwide to meet the immediate needs of ongoing combat operations. According to the author, the French is set to become the first European army to field an operation soldier system with its Félin system developed by prime contractor Sagem. It is noted that the German Army started testing the Infantryman of the Future-Enhanced System following the delivery of two demonstrator systems each sufficient to equip two ten-man squads. INSET: Milan Informs.


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