This is coolbert:
More British army stuff. The English army had just won the war. Using FV432?
From the English tabloid Express and the article by MARCO GIANNANGELI.
"British army to use the 'oldest equipment in Nato'"
"BRITISH troops will be using 70-year old armoured vehicles by 2030"
"The army has confirmed it will continue to run the Bulldog armoured vehicle, which entered service in the 1960s, for a further 15 years."
The FV432 armored personnel carrier with improvements referred to as the Bulldog.
"improvements including power upgrades and enhanced armour protection mean more performance, reliability and endurance on the battlefield.”
NONETHELESS AS NOTED BY THE EXPRESS ARTICLE:
"It means our [British] forces will be using some of the oldest equipment in Nato."
And to all this Monty of El Alamein would say wot?
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