BAE Unveils CV90 Optimised for FRES Scout
A new version of the CV90 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) optimised for the British Army’s Future Rapid Effect System–Scout (FRES–Scout) requirement has been completed by BAE Systems Global Combat Systems. The vehicle, built with company funding, has already carried out initial mobility trials at the Millbrook Proving ground and initial firing trials at Shoeburyness firing range. The modified CV90, which has a combat weight of around 30 tonnes, features a slightly shorter and...
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