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British Army unveils its latest armoured vehicle

5th June 2013 - 10:40 GMT | by Trevor Sheehan in Bovington


The British Army’s newest and most technologically advanced armoured vehicle has formally entered service after a record 11-year development programme.

The Terrier Combat Engineer Vehicle (CEV) is the first armoured vehicle in the British Army with an integrated electronic architecture allowng drive-by-wire and remote-control capabilities.

The UK MoD is buying 60 Terriers for the Royal Engineers as part of a £386 million contract with BAE Systems that also includes the introduction of the British Army’s first full motion simulators and an integrated logistics package.

The Royal Engineer’s requirements were for a medium weight CEV system capable of mobility performance to

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Trevor Sheehan


Trevor Sheehan

Trevor Sheehan trained at the UK's Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and was commissioned in 1979. …

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