Brazil changes the page on tactics: a Light Multirole Vehicle after the Guaranì VBTP
The "Italian military cat" Light Multirole Vehicle LINCE seems to have once again captured the international interest of the armies towards a protected multirole, which ...
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IVECO DV's strategy conquers Romania: ACTL, logistic and armored “fly”
After the first and historic production center in Bolzano, to which Vittorio Veneto has been added and more recently Piacenza (Astra), Iveco Defense Vehicles is expanding its ...
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German “Rent a Car” for Eurocargo, works well and offers opportunities. Is it a mirage with us?
We have previously brought the engineering and militarily revised Iveco Trakker platform to the spotlight, revealing the common points with Astra that confirm the ...
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The vaccines arrive at home with a work of art, the Fiat 500
I admit that, for personal reasons, I miss driving an old Fiat 500 and that my experiences aboard this little gem of the Turin house and symbol of the boom ...
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Pantsir S-1: the drone killer
In November 2019 an Air Force UAV Reaper was shot down over the skies of Tripolitania (see article), most likely by a KBP surface-to-air system ...
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Inside the carabinieri shelters. Is there also UNIMOG among the post VM90 multiroles?
The gradual introduction of the J8 will flank and lighten the work of the VM90s a little, pending a tender called by the Defense to identify who will be the replacement of the M40E15 -...
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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 also touched the ARs, as we have seen ...
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New Centaur for a new Cavalry
The supply of heavy CENTAURO II 8x8 busses to equip the Cavalry regiments of ...
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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 ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 4: the "Terminators" of Turkey
If there was a book hypothetically titled: "The Marvelous Adventures of the F-4 Phantom", surely one of ...
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Phantoms of the world, episode 3: the "Aegean guards"
In the late 60s of the twentieth century, the Greek Air Force (““λληνικὴ Πολεμική Αεροπορία - Ellinikí Polemikí ...
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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 “...
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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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