Norway inducts first CV90 IFV
Swedish firm BAE Systems Hågglunds has handed over the first CV90 armoured tracked vehicle of the infantry fighting variant in serial production to the Norwegian armament procurement arm (Forsvarets Logistikk Organisasjon or FLO).
The £462 million ($689 million) contract awarded by FLO to BAE Systems Hågglunds in 2012 includes the upgrade of the Royal Norwegian Army’s existing fleet of 103 CV9030N Mk I and the production of 41 new-build Mk III chassis, giving the Army a total...
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