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Dingo-2s for Germany

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Latest updates: 39 more Dingo-2 GEs. Dingo 2, Afghanistan(click to view larger) Mine-resistant vehicles are emerging as a basic requirement for international deployments, and many advanced armies are making the shift. One of the quiet hotbeds for that trend has been Germany. They were an early adopter and fielder of mine-resistant vehicles, and appear to be building up KMW’s mine-resistant Dingo-2 as an important vehicle in their future force. Meanwhile, German firms are innovating with new mine-resistant designs for a number of future roles, presaging the widespread hardening of the German Bundeswehr against land mine threats. The German Bundeswehr continues to buy the Dingos, as that process continues. * The Dingo-2 Family * Contracts & Key Events [updated] * Additional Readings The Dingo-2 Family Dingo-2 armoring(via CASR) The DINGO 2 is an upgrade to the DINGO 1 “all-protected transport vehicle” fielded in 2000. Built on a Unimog 5000 truck chassis, its patrol and security version offers space for up to 8 crew in the long wheel-base verison. A tyre inflation system provides high mobility and emergency tyres ensure continued mobility. Support services are provided by Daimler’s worldwide service network. When fitted with up to 4.4 tonnes of armor, The Dingo-2 […]

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