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Last week the city took delivery of a vehicle known as a Peacekeeper, paying Burbank $1 for the privilege. Burbank originally received the Peacekeeper as surplus from the U.S...The vehicle is primarily used for rescues and creates a barrier between a
Britain's Defense Ministry has announced multimillion-dollar investments for armored vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicle development...The first program, worth $627 million, is for procurement of additional armored vehicles offering protection from
Pool photo by Lucas Jackson Soldiers in armored vehicles left Contingency Operating Base Adder, near the southern city of Nasiriyah, as part of the last American military convoy to leave the country. The convoy's departure, which included about 110
Posted by Adam Sunday December 18, 2011 JAY-Z is planning to splash out on an armored vehicle to protect his unborn baby. The rapper's wife Beyonce Knowles is pregnant with the couple's first child and Jay-Z is so determined to keep the child safe,
Corporation Receives $630,000 Custom Power Supply Order for U.S. Sterling ) from a large international customer for custom modular power supplies to be used in a long-running U.S. military armored vehicle program...The order was received by the
Sun November 13, 2011 Kirkuk, Iraq (CNN) -- Three U.S. soldiers detailed the shooting death of their platoon leader for an Iraqi judge Sunday in an effort to preserve a case that will be tried months after U.S. troops have left the country.
Va. (AP) — General Dynamics said Monday it has agreed to buy Force Protection Inc., which makes armored vehicles, in a deal worth about $360 million. Force Protection, which is based in Summerville, S.C., will become a part of
A new line of all-terrain trucks for use by law enforcement officers has been introduced by Renault Trucks Defense of France. The company said the vehicles have a large interior volume and payload capacity and offer protection against multiple
The Egyptian military’s intention to control the investigation of the use of force against unarmed Coptic Christian demonstrators during a night of clashes on October 9, 2011, raises fears of a cover-up, Human Rights Watch said today.
An army crackdown on a protest that killed more than 20 Christians has not only stunned Egyptians, it has left them with deeply torn feelings toward the force seen as the protector of the nation. Even supporters of the ruling military are grappling