The Jaguar for the cavalry and Griffon for the infantry will be the French army’s principal combat vehicles until well into the second half of the century. The two vehicles are the keystones of the army’s Scorpion program to replace old vehicles, introduce a single combat information system instead of the six currently in use, renovate the Leclerc main battle tank and optimize support. One of the cornerstones of the design requirements for the consortium of ...

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