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PREMIUM: Czech IFV tests begin

27th April 2021 - 13:15 GMT | by Tim Fish in Auckland

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BAE's CV90 is a busy vehicle. After testing by the Czech MoD it will immediately be moved to Slovakia for testing in a similar IFV programme

Testing of IFV contenders for the Czech Army programme begins, marking another step in the progress of the acquisition project that had looked vulnerable to cancellation as recently as last year.

The Army of the Czech Republic has initiated tests of three tracked infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) on 26 April that will conclude on 6 June, Shephard has learned.

Participants include the ASCOD from General Dynamics European Land Systems, the Rheinmetall KF41 Lynx and the BAE Systems CV90.

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