Latest "Tanks" stories
The U.S. and Netherlands are splitting the cost of refurbishing 90 more Czech T-72B tanks for Ukraine in Kyiv’s fight to repel Russia.
Top Republicans on Monday made a push to accelerate Washington’s proposed sale of 250 M1A2 Abrams tanks to NATO-ally Poland, which has been pending since last summer, in light of the escalating crisis with Russia.
A new open-standards approach would make replacing or updating capabilities as easy as plugging in a new VPX card — a rugged, standard chip about 1-inch big that’s used for defense applications.
By Nathan Strout