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Spanish Tanks - Tanks During The Spanish Civil War: 1936–1939 - Organization of Popular Front Armored Forces
... With training underway, and the tanks quickly put into combat, the first 50 vehicles were organized into the Popular Army's first tank battalion ... In December 1936, General Pavlov organized new Soviet armored vehicles into an armored brigade, made up of four tank battalions and a reconnaissance company ... de Carros de Combate (Tank Brigade), was composed of 56 tanks and 68 other armored vehicles, and immediately saw combat around Madrid, including in the battles of Jarama and ...
2006 Lebanon War - Timeline of The Conflict
... forces briefly advanced 1 kilometer into Lebanon and levelled Hezbollah outposts with armored bulldozers ... against over 200 Hezbollah targets, including buildings and command posts, vehicles, and rocket launchers ... Hezbollah claimed to have destroyed two Israeli tanks, and an armored bulldozer was reportedly destroyed ...
Patria Case - Background - European War Between General Dynamics and Patria
... initiated own domestic programs replacing old generation APCs with modern Armored Vehicles ... process of international tender and procurement for new advanced armored personal carriers ... Patria is a small national company that produces one of the most competitive Armored Vehicles on the market ...
Equipment Of The Serbian Army - Armored Vehicles
... Army then with the Serbia and Montenegro Forces ) BVP M-80 Infantry fighting vehicle BOV M-86 Armoured personnel carrier BTR-50 Armoured personnel carrier BRDM-2 Armored scouting vehicle 76 BOV-1 Anti ...

Famous quotes containing the words vehicles and/or armored:

    Only by the supernatural is a man strong; nothing is so weak as an egotist. Nothing is mightier than we, when we are vehicles of a truth before which the state and the individual are alike ephemeral.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The armored cars of dreams, contrived to let us do so many a dangerous thing.
    Elizabeth Bishop (1911–1979)