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German Army receives improved Boxers

25 February 2019
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The German Army's Jägerbataillon (Light Infantry Battalion) 91 is receiving Boxer wheeled armoured vehicles updated from the A1 to the A2 standard. The service reported on its website on 20 February that the first four vehicles were delivered from the Bundeswehr depot in Zeithain to the battalion in Rotenburg an der Wümme.

During the first quarter of 2019, the German Army’s Jägerbataillon 91 began receiving Boxer wheeled armoured vehicles updated from the A1 to the A2 standard. (Bundeswehr/Carsten Kahle)During the first quarter of 2019, the German Army’s Jägerbataillon 91 began receiving Boxer wheeled armoured vehicles updated from the A1 to the A2 standard. (Bundeswehr/Carsten Kahle)

The German Army said the Boxer A2 has a remote-controlled weapon station that can be operated by a second soldier, modified and expanded internal and external storage boxes, an internal fire suppression system, and common displays for the commander and section leader.

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