New IFV Designs Proliferate For Modern Warfare

By David Eshel, Andy Nativi, Francis Tusa .
Source: Defense Technology International .

As the pendulum of warfare swings from the Cold War to counterinsurgency and back again, medium, balanced mechanized infantry units are becoming popular as the most flexible capability in many armies. And while the tracked vehicle is not going away, these combat units increasingly are relying on wheeled infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) with modern sensor and communication technology, but with enough armor to prevail against anti-tank and improvised explosive devices (IED) and enough punch to fight back ...

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