A summary of the Infantry Weapons 2012 conference, by a delegate

Contributor: Phil D. Harrison
Posted: 10/14/2012
A summary of the Infantry Weapons 2012 conference, by a delegate
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One overriding impression from the Infantry Weapons conference last month was that the infantry soldier of today is invariably carrying too much equipment. As a result, mobility and freedom of manoeuvre is impaired or compromised. Strength and physical fitness can help mitigate the effect of the weight burden but adverse terrain or climate can


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Contributor: Phil D. Harrison