International armoured vehicle news round-up: 11th October 2013
Canadian Army splash the cash
It's going to cost the Canadian Army more than planned to house new armoured vehicles, and commanders fear they won't be able to afford basic upkeep of the fleet in the future, internal government documents say.
Reports prepared for former associate defence minister Bernard Valcourt lay out in stark detail the pitfalls associated with the purchase of 108 close combat vehicles — a program whose future is being debated at the highest levels of the Harper g...
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