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Tank

Slang; to drop precipitously in price.
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Warren Sponsler, deputy director of the cross-functional team, said during the National Defense Industrial Association's Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition in Columbus, Georgia, that the service was preparing for phase 2 of its robotic combat vehicle work.
BAE Systems has a long legacy of designing and building amphibious vehicles and is a leading provider of combat vehicles, having produced more than 100,000 systems for customers worldwide.
(Alliance News) - Defence firms BAE Systems PLC and Rheinmetall AG launched their combat vehicles joint venture on Monday after securing UK regulatory approval in mid-June.
"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.
• Mr Dan Lindell, Platform Manager, Combat Vehicles, BAE Systems Hagglunds
indigenised combat vehicle and at the same time cater for the opportunities available right here in India." Bharat Forge chairman and managing director Baba N.
ADI said Jordan Armed Forces (JAF) has signed a major contract with the company for the production of 50 of the world's most advanced rmoured combat vehicles which will be manufactured in Jordan.
BAE Systems is teaming up with DEW Engineering and Development in its bid to produce close combat vehicles (CCV) for the Canadian Armed Forces.
In 2010, the Army matured the requirements for a new Ground Combat Vehicle to replace the Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
The BAE Systems-Northrop Grumman GCV offering will be the first combat vehicle designed from the ground-up to operate in an IED-threat environment.
The NLOS-C is also the first combat vehicle with a hybrid electric drive system, a system generating its own electricity, recharging its own batteries and using less fuel.
Olive Hill, KY, is being awarded a maximum $5,995,840.00 firm fixed price contract for combat vehicle crewman's tan coveralls.

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