T-72 tanks, armored personnel carriers BTR-70 armored infantry fighting vehicles BMP-2 fighting vehicles BRDM-2, anti-aircraft missile systems S-125, C-75, C-10 and anti-aircraft gun vehicles ZU-23-2, MI-8 and MI-24 helicopters, multiple rocket launchers, howitzers will be showcased during the parade.
What does FV stand for?
FV stands for Fighting Vehicle (military personnel vehicle; UK)
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- Fantasy Violence
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- Federal Vision (theology)
- Feitelijke Vereniging (Dutch)
- Fernando Valenzuela (basebal player)
- Fiel Vergnügen
- Field Validation
- Field Verification (Census)
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The Pentagon said it had given $450 million to BAE and $440 million to General Dynamics to develop "competitive, affordable and executable designs for a new Army Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV attempts to rein in.
THE Army is on a mission to provide a new infantry fighting vehicle to the warfighter.
The firm, which has 67 employees, is also supplying a new rescue and fire fighting vehicle to Leeds-Bradford Airport, with other appliances to be delivered to Jersey and Ireland.
89 billion on M2/M3 Bradley fighting vehicle upgrades, obviously indicating a long-term investment by the US Army--one which should keep the Bradleys in active service for another 45 years.
The number of combat vehicle reconnaissance (tracked) armoured fighting vehicles has dropped from 1,557 to 1,226 and the figure for fighting vehicle 430 series vehicles is down from 1,721 to 1,492.
The first configuration we want to build is a people mover, not a fighting vehicle.
``Buck'' McKeon's 25th District: --$2 million to Vista Controls to develop electronic and other upgrades for heavy armored vehicles such as Abrams tanks and the Bradley fighting vehicle.