31.08.2013 General Dynamics - army-guide.com
Madrid -- General Dynamics European Land System (GDELS) will present the EAGLE V 4X4, recently selected and awarded by the German Army, at the DSEI 2013 exhibition in London from the 10th to the 13th of September 2013. As part of a portfolio of solutions and systems integration know-how for military forces, will also feature the latest development of the armoured tracked vehicle family ASCOD.
General Dynamics European Land Systems will be displayed on Stand No. S9-250.
EAGLE - The Superior Tactical Mobility and Payload
General Dynamics European Land Systems presents the EAGLE V, a further development of the EAGLE IV fleet, already in service. The EAGLE V features a higher payload capacity and increased crew protection at superior tactical mobility. Recently, GDELS was awarded a contract by the German Army for the delivery of 100 EAGLE V Vehicles. To meet the increasing demand for mobility, protection and payload, General Dynamics European Land Systems offers the EAGLE vehicle family comprising 4x4 and 6x6 versions. Due to its higher payload capacity, it can carry more equipment or heavier protection solutions, depending on the military or police customer’s requirements. This highly mobile vehicle, with a crew capacity of up to 5 soldiers, offers outstanding protection against ballistic, mine and improvised explosive device (IED) threats. Interchangeable automotive parts and components with DURO vehicles provide a cost-effective logistics commonality. The total cost of ownership of these vehicles will be reduced through the EAGLE Family of Vehicles concept, with its high degree of commonality, maintenance-friendly design and proven support solutions.
ASCOD – Maximum Protection and High performance affordable
In the stand, General Dynamics European Land Systems display also information about the latest development of the armoured tracked vehicle family ASCOD. The ASCOD provides maximum protection and high performance at a very competitive market price. Its rubber track version is currently participating in an international competition in Denmark, with a design that integrates lessons learned from the “Specialist Vehicle (SV)” Program of the British Army. More than 250 units variants of the ASCOD are presently in service with the Spanish and Austrian Armies.