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Denmark selects Piranha 5 APC, wheels win

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 5/6/2015

Denmark selects Piranha 5 APC, wheels win - Defence IQ Press

Denmark’s long-running search for its next-generation armoured personnel carrier (APC) appears to be over with the Royal Danish Army set to acquire the MOWAG Piranha 5 8x8 vehicle from General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS). Full Article »


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Exclusive interview with Commander of the French Army -

In this exclusive interview, Lt Gen Bertrand Clément-Bollée, commander of the French Army, outlines the future direction of his armoured vehicle fleet. He also emphasises the importance of ensuring that any technical advancements be delivered only if there is tactical advantage while also underscoring the fact that any force structure must remain adaptable to meet all possible demands. Full Video »


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Exclusive interview with Schaublin SA

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Posted: 2/3/2014


Exclusive interview with Schaublin SA -

The value of all military equipment always lies in the details and the quality with which these products are manufactured. Speaking with us to explain just how important it is to have the right tools for the job is Matt Dunner of Schaublin SA, a Swiss-based company that has long provided precision products and clamping systems, and who will of course be joining us at this year’s event. To meet Schaublin, visit Stand B40, or hear their presentations. Full Podcast »


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Latin American Armoured Vehicles Market Summary 2014-2015

Latin American countries are continuing armed forces modernisation efforts, either through new funding efforts or through external aid, as issues related to the illicit drug trade, militant terrorism and economic and social inequality fuel persistent violence. While not reaching the heights of defence expenditure seen in Eastern Europe, the Middle East or the Asia-Pacific, the continent has the unenviable reputation of having the majority of the world’s most dangerous cities. Full Sector Report »


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