China displays family of unmanned Lynx high-mobility vehicles

by Samuel Cranny-Evans

The China North Industries Group Corporation (Norinco) and the China South Industries Group have unveiled a family of unmanned ground vehicles based on the CS/VP16B Lynx 6×6 all-terrain vehicle in a 15 October video released on the official Norinco Weibo account.

The video shows multiple armed and unarmed variants of the Lynx being operated remotely by personnel wearing People's Liberation Army (PLA) uniforms. The demonstrations included the remote operation of the weapon systems mounted on the vehicles.


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StrikeShield APS serial production for Hungarian Lynx IFVs to begin in 2022

by Michal Zdobinsky

Serial production of Rheinmetall's StrikeShield APS for Hungarian Lynx IFVs will begin in the first quarter of 2022. (Rheinmetall)

Serial production of Rheinmetall's StrikeShield active protection system (APS) for Hungarian Lynx infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) will begin in the first quarter of 2022, the German company has confirmed to Janes.

Rheinmetall announced in May that Hungary had signed a EUR140 million (USD158 million) contract for StrikeShield systems for 209 of the 218 Lynx IFVs ordered. Hungary will have a hybrid version of the system combining passive armour with the active protection elements of StrikeShield.


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Ukraine modernises T-64BVK

by Samuel Cranny-Evans

Ukaine's Kharkiv Armoured Plant has modernised the T-64BVK command variant of the T-64 MBT family to meet the requirements of the Ukrainian armed forces. (UOP)

Kharkiv Armoured Plant has developed an upgrade package for Ukraine's T-64BVK, a command variant of the T-64 main battle tank (MBT), which has successfully completed an initial round of tests, state-owned conglomerate Ukroboronprom (UOP) announced on its website on 30 November.


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Update: US Army donates M1117 armoured security vehicles to Greece

by Euthymius Petrou

One of the first 44 M1117 ASVs donated by the US Army to Greece, which arrived in Athens on 26 November. (Greek MND)

The first 44 M1117 wheeled armoured security vehicles (ASVs) donated by the US Army to Greece arrived in Athens on 26 November.


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