German army orders to Daimler AG 76 ENOK command and operations wheeled armoured vehicle 1107111

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Defense News - Germany

 
Monday, July 11, 2011, 07:36 PM
 
German army orders to Daimler AG 76 ENOK command and operations wheeled armoured vehicle.
 
Germany's defense procurement agency has contracted Daimler AG for 76 ENOK command and operations vehicles. The ENOK has been used on operational deployments by German forces since February. Germany has military forces in Afghanistan as part of NATO's International Security Assistance Force.
     
Germany's defense procurement agency has contracted Daimler AG for 76 ENOK command and operations vehicles. The ENOK has been used on operational deployments by German forces since February. Germany has military forces in Afghanistan as part of NATO's International Security Assistance Force.
Daimler AG Enok light wheeled armoured vehicle at IDET Defence Exhibition
     

Daimler AG said that in comparison to the vehicle with special protection kit Wolf SSA, which is effectively the same size class and also used on operational deployments, the ENOK features significantly improved protection in the field against mines and improvised explosive devices.

The vehicles procured under the contract will be the military police vehicle variant. They are to be delivered by the end of 2013, the company said.

Important subcontractors for vehicle manufacture will be Armored Car Systems GmbH in Aichach, Germany -- the manufacturer of the protective equipment -- and Kissling Service GmbH in Koblenz, which is integrating command-and-control systems and communications equipment.

The monetary value of the contract wasn't disclosed.

 

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