A Baby Truck (only) in the footsteps of DAKAR
After a good 7.780 km traveled in two weeks in Saudi Arabia, the DAKAR 15 ended on January 2021 and, as an "exploration", a small truck also crossed the finish line ...
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What future for the Trakkers? (Timeless Astra heart)
If last month it was the news of the sale to the Bundeswehr of the unstoppable Trakker truck that bounced for the most in the military news media, to keep him company ...
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History of the 80-year-old automatic transmission, the traditional most versatile
I had previously talked about automatic transmissions, a reality that has also touched the ARs, as we have seen for the J8 intended, apparently, to supplant the gearbox ...
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New Centaur for a new Cavalry
The procurement of heavy CENTAURO II 8x8 busses to equip the Italian Army Line Cavalry regiments continues. Today it was signed was ...
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Wrangler J8: the new AR "Twenty One"?
It was already in the air in 2018 when we too had ventured the prediction of a new AR after the guessed choice made by the Carabinieri for the control of the beaches ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 4: the "Terminators" of Turkey
If there was a book hypothetically entitled: “The wonderful adventures of the F-4 Phantom”, surely one of the most interesting chapters would be the one dedicated to business ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 3: the "Aegean guards"
In the late 60s, the Greek Air Force (“Forzaλληνικὴ Πολεμική Αεροπορία - Ellinikí Polemikí Aeroporía” in Greek) was in the middle of a delicate ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 2: South Korea's “bunker busters”
In 1968, at the height of America's commitment to the Vietnam War, the skies of Southeast Asia resounded with the "roar of thunder" coming from the exhausts of the J79 reactors of ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 1: the Japanese F-4s
On May 27, 1958, the XF4H-1 prototype of what would become the legendary McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II ...
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The Steregushchiy class, multi-role corvette in continuous transformation
Initially born as Project 20380, in order to replace the old Grisha class and equip all fleets ...
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Technology will always need quality conductors: a Master called the Army?
We have dealt with dozens of vehicles, their characteristics and their operational use, underlining the importance and ...
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Why has military history rejected halftracks?
If the compromise between practicality, design, assistance and reliability have historically made the ...
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Skilled and enlisted vehicles: the process to validate reliability
If you are a fan of rotated vehicles that have marked military history, you will certainly have been captured ...
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Iveco Daily: a minibus in riot gear 
Really well known as a reliable commercial vehicle, Iveco Daily also represents for the Forces of ...
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Logistical-military means, is Italy also teaching a Tunisia on the road to democratization?
Since the fall of Ben Ali in 2011, Tunisian politics has been making an admirable effort to guarantee the country a ...
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An unusual but certainly excellent 4X4 (like the work of the Volunteer Military Corps)
Its name "Amarok" may suggest the remote roads of Morocco but in reality you have to move much further north to ...
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The Russian Kamaz
On Monday 23rd from a military base near Moscow aboard nine Ilyushin Il-76 rescues and principals ...
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The VTLM Lince in the Dakar 2021?
You will remember in 1997 the cunning, but effective media purification implemented by Mercedes Benz after the ...
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Among the usual shadows, large numbers for Italian tactics
With an official note from Iveco Defense Vehicles, the news of the delivery of the first ...
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Is the Israeli Merkava chariot worse than our Aries?
A few days ago Difesa Online published another article about the ARIETE battle tank. In ...
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