The Weight of Intelligence

Valpolini, Paolo
April 2010
Armada International;Apr2010 Supplement, p1
This section offers information on military programmes around the world as of April 2010. The Armée de Terre of France has decided to field an integrated soldier modernization programme. The Israel Defense Force conducted a field exercise involving the 36th Armoured Division operating with the Digital Army Programme equipment. The Combatiente Futuro (Comfut) programme of the Spanish Army had entered its final definition phase.


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