The Importance of Active Protection Systems in Asymmetric Conflict

Contributor:  LTC (R) Maxi Y. Blum
Posted:  01/06/2012  12:00:00 AM EST
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In the last decades, warfare of the modern era is characterized as a conflict between two unbalanced forces: on one hand, an army rich with technologies and fighting capabilities, and on the other hand, non military organizations, insurgents, equipped with low technology and basic low cost weapons. The typical scenario of such a conflict is presented as an insurgent, fire an RPG from the shadow...

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