Rolling (Sometimes Rocking) Stock

Kemp, Ian
October 2008
Armada International;Oct/Nov2008, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p24
This section presents information on the defense projects of several countries aimed at enhancing the capabilities and protection systems of their armored vehicles. They include the British Support Vehicle Programme in Great Britain, which is considered the largest military truck project in Europe. In the U.S., the Department of Defense is taking a more comprehensive approach to the protection of its Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV).


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