Swiss Army

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Military Mobilisation During The Hundred Days - Seventh Coalition - Minor Campaigns - Swiss Army
... This army was composed entirely of Swiss ... The Swiss General Niklaus Franz von Bachmann commanded this army ...
MG 51
... The weapon was introduced into Swiss service when the Swiss Army initiated a competition for a new service machine gun to replace the MG 11 heavy machine gun and the ... In around 1942 the Swiss army initiated a competition for a new service machine gun to replace both the “heavy” MG 11 and the “light” Lmg25, adopted in ... Until very recently MG 51 served as a primary infantry and vehicle machine gun for Swiss army, although it is now being gradually replaced in service with lighter and less ...
SIG P210
... The SIG P210 (Swiss Army designation Pistole 49) is a locked breech semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured in Neuhausen am Rheinfall (Canton of Schaffhausen, Switzerland) by Swiss Arms AG ... It was used from 1949 to 1975 by the Swiss army and police units ... The pistols were decommissioned and replaced by the SIG P220 (Swiss Army designation Pistole 75) but second-hand 210s are greatly valued by shooting sports competitors ...
Saurer Military Vehicles - Saurer F006
... the by Adolph Saurer AG produced for the Swiss Army cross-country trucks and 6DM Saurer Saurer 10DM, the last vehicle designs of the company ... manufacturer Saurer Arbon was intended as a successor to Jeep for the Swiss Army. 1980, presented the F006 to 1982 and tested the War Technical Department of the Swiss Army, the F006 and appreciated the off-road capability ...

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