Personal Statements by the National Armament Directors

September 2011
Military Technology;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p24
The article offers the statements of various National Armament Directors (NAD) on the political, economic, and technical aspects of the procurement and development of equipment for their respective forces. NAD Guido Andries states that the Belgian Armed Forces have been conducting reform since 2010 to in line organisation structures with resources. NAD Detlef Selhausen says that Bundeswehr will depend on products that will be available for use in operations soon after being necessary.


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