Anti-structure weapons and training grenades are on the shopping list of Malaysian army special forces.
Pacific 2019: Australia brews up smooth new Whiskey
A start-up New South Wales-based company, The Whiskey Project, used the Pacific International Maritime Exhibition in Sydney to launch what it calls its next-generation Whiskey Alpha tactical watercraft. It was unveiled on 8 October, formally launched at a ceremony officiated by Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price.
The 8.5m-long boat is designed to do the job of a traditional RHIB by providing ‘optimal performance and protection’. The company claimed ‘the Whiskey Project offers the safest, most versatile and fit-for-purpose tactical watercraft seen in decades’.
Two principal problems with RHIBs are that they are already overloaded to their limits, and ...
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