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Tank

Slang; to drop precipitously in price.
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These include procurement of essential quantity of BMP-2 Infantry Combat Vehicles for mechanised infantry and other arms and services at an estimated cost of Rs 1125 crore from the Ordinance Factory Board (OFB)," the Ministry said in a statement.
10 reported Indian firms in race for building future infantry combat vehicle
CVE is a cost-saving and manpower-reduction program that helps to ensure that combat vehicles are in top condition by identifying those vehicles that need major hull depot repairs and informing the appropriate personnel of needed attention.
BBD-4, 4th generation air combat vehicle, has been used for the first time by the military students who studying in the Ryazan High Air Commandership School in Russia.
Chiarelli said the new vehicle will not be a rehash of the cancelled Future Combat Systems, but a relevant combat vehicle based on the lessons of eight years of war.
Mounted Warrior, designed for combat vehicle crewmen, includes communications and displays that will improve situational awareness on or off the vehicle.
Army Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) that emphasizes affordability, performance and future scalability.
It has always been the intent to keep this combat vehicle fleet not only survivable but current with the latest communications and information technology architecture, and it would have remained fully compatible and interoperable with the then-emerging FCS.
Freeman comes to TARDEC after four years as the deputy director for Armament, Combat Vehicle, and Future Combat Systems (FCS) Technologies for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, ASA(ALT).
According to Marcia Price, President of Vector Strategy, "We believe our clients will find value in our coalescence of market intelligence gathered during our attendance of the Association of the US Army Annual Meeting, TACOM's Advanced Planning Brief for Industry, NDIA's Combat Vehicle Conference, and our thorough analysis of both the Army's TWV Acquisition Strategy document and the draft Army TWV Strategy document that was released in late October 2010.
Tata Motors today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Maharashtra Ex-Servicemen Corporation Ltd (MESCO), for creation of employment opportunities for ex-service men of Indian Army, in response to Tata Motors solution for the Indian Ministry of Defences (MoD) prestigious $10 billion combat vehicle programme.

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