Part I - 'This is no hillbilly armour': Upgraded US Army Mine Resistant Ambush Patrol Vehicles Go All Terrain

Scott Blaney, Senior Military Analyst and C- IED Chief at the US Army’s Centre for Lessons Learned (CALL), speaks with Defence IQ on the performance of MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Patrol) in the Iraq and Afghan conflicts. Defence IQ: Scott, you’ll be travelling to see us next year, all the way from Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, to specifically explore the IED threat and the direction armoured vehicles are taking in combating this problem. And you’re also contributing to t...
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