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PREMIUM: UK tests Polaris DAGOR vehicle
The British Armed Forces are conducting trials with the Polaris Deployed Advanced Ground Off Road (DAGOR) vehicle. A tweet from the Chief of the General Staff, on 30 September, showed two pictures of DAGOR but there are no clear indications yet whether it will replace in-service army equipment.
Steve Canner, European Manager at Polaris Government and Defense, confirmed to Shephard that the company has provided two DAGOR vehicles for trial purposes to 3 Commando Brigade.
Canner claimed that DAGOR provides the optimal balance between off-road mobility, payload and transportability, by carrying up to nine warfighters and their gear, for a …
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