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Spain modernises Leopard simulators

30th June 2020 - 17:00 GMT | by Flavia Camargos Pereira in London


The Spanish Army operates a relatively large fleet (by Western European standards) of about 300 Leopard tanks, so the training burden is significant to ensure crews are battle-ready.

In order to improve the training aspect, the army has awarded the national companies COHEMO and Grupo JPG a €992,000 ($1.12 million) contract to upgrade simulators for the Leopard 2A4.

The tender winners were released on 26 June, and the agreement is likely to be signed between 17-23 July.

The deal will include the modernisation of the simulators of the Ceuta and Melilla cavalry regiments, as well as logistics support, courses and training ...

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