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Poland bolsters artillery with $310 million K-9 Howitzer deal

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 1/21/2015

Poland bolsters artillery with $310 million K-9 Howitzer deal - Defence IQ Press

South Korean defence firm Samsung Techwin signed a $310 million contract with Poland’s state-run firm Huta Stalowa Wola in December to export 120 K-9 self-propelled howitzers as the East European nation seeks to boost its artillery and other land force capabilities. Full Article »


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