German light armoured vehicles of Germany
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The KF41 is an IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle) in the Lynx family of a tracked armored vehicle designed, developed and manufactured by the German Company Rheinmetall Defence. This vehicle is a longer version than the KF31 IFV unveiled in September 2016, 7.22 m for the KF31 and 7.7m for the KF41. It also has a more powerful engine and weighs 10 tons more than KF31.

Marder 1A3 tracked armoured IFV Infantry Fighting Vehicle
 
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The Marder 1A3 is an upgraded version of the Marder family of tracked armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV). The A3 upgrade program began in 1988, with Thyssen-Henschel being awarded a contract to upgrade 2,100 Marder 1 A1/A2 series vehicles to A3 standard at a rate of 220 vehicles a year.
 

The Rheinmetall KF31 Lynx is a tracked armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) which was unveiled at Eurosatory, the International Defense and Security exhibition in June 2016. The vehicle is a new generation of state-of-the-art tracked armoured vehicle offering high mobility, protection and fire power.

PMMC G5 Protected Mission Module Carrier tracked armoured
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PMMC G5 FFG Protected Mission Module Carrier tracked armoured technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence pictures photos images identification Germany German army defense industry army military technology
The PMMC G5 (Protected Mission Module Carrier) is a new generation of multirole tracked armoured vehicle designed and manufactured by the German Company FFG (Flensburger Fahrzeugbau Gesellschaft mbH).With the PMMC G5 (Protected Mission Module Carrier), FFG developed a vehicle that can carry additional loads thanks to its spacious interior and flexible deployment options.
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Marder 1A2 Armoured infantry fighting vehicle
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Marder 1A2 armoured infantry fighting vehicle technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence pictures photos images identification Germany German army Rheinmetall defense industry military technology
The Marder 1A2 is a German-made Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle (AIFV) developed and designed by the Company Rheinmetall Land System. This is the second generation vehicle of Marder 1 family. Between 1984 and 1991, all German Marder 1's were upgraded to A2 standard. A total of 674 Marder 1A1 were upgraded to A2 standard.
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Wiesel 2 light airborne armoured vehicle
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Wiesel 2 light airborne armoured vehicle technical data sheet specifications description information intelligence pictures photos images video identification German Germany army Defence Industry military technology
The Wiesel 2 airborne armored vehicle is a further development of the Wiesel 1. The Wiesel 2 has an extended hull and more powerful engine. It is currently in service with Germany. The prototype of the Wiesel 2 light armored air-transportable vehicle, developed by the now Rheinmetall Landsysteme as a private venture with the assistance of a number of subcontractors, was completed at Kiel in mid-1994.
 
 

Marder 1 1A 1A1 Armoured infantry fighting vehicle
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Marder 1 1A 1A1 armoured infantry fighting vehicle technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence pictures photos images identification Germany German army Bundeswehr  defense industry military technology
The Marder 1 is a German-made Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle (AIFV) developped and designed by the Company Rheinmetall Landsysteme. The first prototype was buit in 1960. Between 1961 and 1963, the second series of prototypes was built. The Marder 1A3 and 1A5 are always in service with the German army.
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The Puma KMW is the new armoured infantry fighting vehicle which was ordered by the German army to replace the old Marder. The Projekt Systems and Management (PSM) consortium, based in Kassel in Germany, is developing the Puma tracked infantry fighting vehicle for the German Army under a programme authorised by the German Federal Parliament in 2002.

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