Unmanned systems such as UGVs, modernised IFVs with remote turrets, and a mine-laying system all appeared in a recent Russian exercise.
Arquus upgrades two dozen VABs but eyes a bigger prize
Arquus is working on a recently awarded contract for the rapid repair and modernisation of VAB multipurpose armoured vehicles belonging to a customer in the Middle East.
The French company is carrying out this work in Limoges on a line reserved for the production of new VAB Mk IIIs or the modernisation of VABs in service with the French Army.
The value of the contract was not disclosed, but it could be the basis of a technology transfer for a much larger upgrade which would be carried out by a local company. Arquus would provide the kits for a ...
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