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Kuwait Upgrading its Desert Warriors

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British Warrior: Scots Guards, Afghanistan(click to view full) Kuwait needs to upgrade its Warriors. The light 24t infantry fighting vehicles are famous for their aluminum armor, and accompanying speed. From 1987 – 1995, Alvis Vickers (now BAE) built over 1,000 MCV-80 Warriors, including 254 “Desert Warrior” IFVs for Kuwait. Britain’s vehicles have seen frequent use, […]

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