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Army - Military - Defense Industry News February 2011
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Nexter at the International Air Show Aero India 2011
 

Nexter is an European leader in defense systems. Nexter is a major supplier of the air forces and army light aviations for high performances weaponery and protection systems. At the International Air Show Aero India 2011, Nexter will present its range of turret for combat helicopter THL 20 / SH 20 and the last version of its self-propelled howitzer Caesar with armour cabin.

Nexter is an European leader in defense systems. Nexter is a major supplier of the air forces and army light aviations for high performances weaponery and protection systems. At the International Air Show Aero India 2011, Nexter will present its range of turret for combat helicopter THL 20 / SH 20 and the last version of its self-propelled howitzer Caesar with armour cabin.
February 6, 2011 08:43 AM
 

BAE Systems selects Sagem’s Sigma 30 inertial reference unit for Archer artillery systems
 
Sagem (Safran group) has won a BAE Systems contract, against an international field of competitors, to provide Sigma 30 pointing and navigation units for 48 new FH77 L52 Archer (1) artillery systems to be deployed by the Norwegian and Swedish armies. Service entry is slated for late 2011 with the Nordic Battalion.
Sagem (Safran group) has won a BAE Systems contract, against an international field of competitors, to provide Sigma 30 pointing and navigation units for 48 new FH77 L52 Archer (1) artillery systems to be deployed by the Norwegian and Swedish armies. Service entry is slated for late 2011 with the Nordic Battalion.
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February 6, 2011 08:43 AM
 

Afghan and Pakistani army troops exchange artillery fire, near the border of the two countries
 
Afghan and Pakistani troops exchanged fire across the border on Wednesday, said officials, blaming each other for provoking the incident that left one Pakistani soldier dead. A border police commander in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Khost confirmed the exchange of fire and accused Pakistan of sparking the battle.
Afghan and Pakistani army troops exchanged artillery fire across the border on Wednesday, said officials, blaming each other for provoking the incident that left one Pakistani soldier dead. A border police commander in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Khost confirmed the exchange of fire and accused Pakistan of sparking the battle.
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February 2, 2011 16:11 PM
 

BAE Systems South Africa has started the production of upgrade kits for the RG31
 
South African specialist armoured and mine protected vehicle company BAE Systems Land Systems South Africa has started production of upgrade kits for the company’s RG31 mine resistant ambush protected (Mrap) vehicles in service with the US armed forces, under a contract worth more than R900-million.
South African specialist armoured and mine protected vehicle company BAE Systems Land Systems South Africa has started production of upgrade kits for the company’s RG31 mine resistant ambush protected (Mrap) vehicles in service with the US armed forces, under a contract worth more than R900-million.
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February 1, 2011 19:49 PM
 

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