Britain Retires Ptarmigan Early to Save Money

Defence IQ Press
Posted: 10/26/2009

The British Army has retired its primary mobile trunk communications system two years ahead of the entry into service of its replacement as a cost-saving measure to fund operations in Afghanistan. The Ptarmigan equipment and supporting vehicles are now being put up for sale. The British Army does not expect the BAE Systems Falcon system, which

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