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A number of Dutch CV90s will be the first NATO combat vehicles to receive BAE Systems ‘Active Protection’. The contract from the Netherlands will see the testing and verification of Active Protection Systems (APS) on its Infantry Fighting Vehicles. BAE Systems is the manufacturer of the vehicles and will lead the ...



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