17 sept. 2015 by NATO
Norway has modernized its fleet of infantry fighting vehicles by buying 144 of the latest technologically advanced CV90 vehicles, the biggest procurement project ever for the army.
The vehicles will bolster and strengthen two battalions of the Norwegian Army’s mechanized infantry.
The country’s Minister of Defence Ine Marie Eriksen Soreide says “We are not only building defence capacities for Norway, but for NATO”.
The unveiling took place yesterday in Setermoen, northern Norway.