armoured personnel carrier

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(military) an armored vehicle (usually equipped with caterpillar treads) that is used to transport infantry

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The Russian BTR-82A armored personnel carriers redeployed by the Syrian Army in the Aleppo province in preparation for an imminent large-scale operation there," the sources said.
armored personnel carriers originally supplied to the Lebanese Army.
The Lithuanian Armed Forces are buying command, indirect fire support, medical evacuation and training [variants of the] M577 armored personnel carriers [to] fill in the shortages of armored vehicles in the Lithuanian land force," Lt.
This is the first time since 2006 Israel installs orange barriers over its armored personnel carriers.
The pilot batch of upgraded armored personnel carriers in the amount of three vehicles was delivered to the customer in 2011.
Now, they want Bradley and Stryker armored personnel carriers.
You can also control airborne scout drones, direct armored personnel carriers and point out targets to choppers offering air support.
Consequently, the brake linkage on the remaining armored personnel carriers were checked.
Burned out tanks, trucks and armored personnel carriers litter Bagram's infield.
and coalition ground forces destroyed 1,000 Iraqi tanks and thousands of armored personnel carriers during the ground war.
What resulted was the Battle of Medina Ridge, in which the 1st Armored Division destroyed a brigade of Republican Army tanks and armored personnel carriers in a matter of hours.
four dozen near-obsolete armored personnel carriers for $4 million plus $6 million shipping and handling.
On the screen the armored personnel carriers have arrived, already the shots sound a split-second delayed, as if on a separate tape.
At the Ostankino television studio, 3,000 unarmed activists and some twenty or thirty armed defenders of the Parliament were met by the special unit Vityaz (Knight), fifteen armored personnel carriers, and several hundred armed policemen and soldiers.
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