CARRIER VEHICLES: Belgium has ordered 220 Dingo2 all-protected carrier vehicles worth 170 million euros ($223.3 million) from Krauss-Maffei Wegmann of Munich, Germany, the company said Jan. 10. There is an option to buy 132 more vehicles. The first Dingo2s are set for delivery in late 2005. Additional deliveries are scheduled from 2006-2011. The vehicles will be built in Munich. Dingo2s hold a crew of up to eight and protect against hand-held weapons, artillery fragments, and anti-personnel ...
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