£46 million deal for Foxhound armoured vehicle a cunning move as UK looks to export
The UK MoD is set to buy another 51 Foxhound patrol vehicles at a cost of £46 million the Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology Philip Dunne said last week.
"Balancing the MOD's budget means we can now confidently invest in equipment like Foxhound, which has the flexibility and adaptability to operate in a wide variety of environments, providing capability for the Army well into the future."
This latest tranche of investment brings the total up to £340 milli...
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