Just to Keep Going

August 2002
Military Technology;Aug2002, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p27
Focuses on the armament program of the Swiss government for the year 2002. Decline in overall defense budget; Integration of a self-protection system to TH-98 helicopters; Details of the proposed alerting system.


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