DE&S Minister Philip Dunne discusses Foxhound and future armoured vehicle acquisition plans

Andrew Elwell

During his keynote presentation at International Armoured Vehicles last week, Philip Dunne, Minister for Defence Equipment and Support, said that investment in the UK’s future armoured vehicle programmes will need to focus on a broad set of capabilities to allow for a flexible response to potential conflicts in as yet unknown terrain. "We do not know today where those future flash points will be and we cannot assume we will be in another place like Basra in the future," said Dunne. "A...
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