The Czech MoD intends to sign a contract imminently with Nexter for the supply of 52 units of Caesar artillery system. It will replace the obsolete DANA howitzer which has a 70s design and is in service with the Army for over 40 years.
Italy to upgrade army support capabilities
This includes funds set aside to modernise air defence systems, rocket artillery, C2 systems, ammunition and logistics support.
In the long term, the Italian Army wants to replace a fleet of logistics vehicles that are perceived as obsolete, underpowered, unable to meet capacity requirements and requiring significant repair and overhaul work to retain in service.
A fleet of about 6,300 new heavy tactical and logistics trucks will be procured for €3.8 billion ($4.47 billion), …
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