Taiwan’s Leopard IFV sees no need to change its spots

RDS1
Posted: 10/04/2011

According to the Taiwanese Ministry of National Defence, a reported flaw in the armour on the military’s CM-32 infantry fighting vehicles has already been resolved, demonstrated with a public display of eight of the fleet currently in production. The 8x8 wheeled AV, named "Clouded Leopard" (Yunpao) for its intended stealth and agility,

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Posted: 10/04/2011

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