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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 17 Aoû 2016 - 16:44

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Several Hundreds of Military Equipment Bought from the Netherlands Brought to Lithuania
(Source: Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania; issued August 16, 2016)
Over past six months roughly 200 combat and medlift Mercedes-Benz GD vehicles, trucks, and other military vehicles were brought from the Netherlands to Lithuania to supplement and update the fleet of the Lithuanian Armed Forces. On August 18 a meeting of Minister of National Defence Juozas Olekas and Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Lithuania HE Bert van der Lingen will take place in Kaunas to celebrate the successful defence cooperation between the new countries.

The Lithuanian Armed Forces buy from the Netherlands Armed Forces several hundreds of used military vehicles (Mercedes-Benz GD of various purposes, DAF tow-trucks and trucks, trailers, etc.) during the period of 2015-2017 on a bilateral basis.

The vehicles are brought to Lithuania from the Netherlands in several phases: the first 15 vehicles arrived in late 2015, 18 medlift off-road vehicles, a tow-truck and several tens of trailers – in April 2016, roughly 150 combat and medlift off-road vehicles – in June-July 2016. The rest of the equipment, off-road vehicles, trucks, and trailers, will be delivered in 2016-2017. The total value of the project is EUR 7 m.

The off-road vehicles in good technical condition are primarily delivered to the Depot Service of the Lithuanian Armed Forces in Kaunas and then distributed to other units.

This is the second military equipment procurement contract between Lithuania and the Netherlands. In 2012-2013 the Lithuanian Armed Forces bought vehicles, communications containers and airport service equipment (to replace outdated and not cost-efficient equipment then used in the Lithuanian Armed Forces) from the Netherlands Armed Forces for a good price.

Defence cooperation with the Kingdom of the Netherlands

At the NATO Summit in Warsaw this July the Netherlands officially announced the decision to deploy troops to the German-formed multinational battalion in Lithuania together with Belgium, France, Luxembourg and Norway.

Militaries of Lithuania and the Netherlands cooperate on the basis of an updated version of a bilateral cooperation agreement signed in June 2008. Soldiers of both countries were on standby together for the European Union Battle Group (EU BG) in the first semester of 2011, and for the NATO Response Force (NRF-18) in 2011-2012.

Dutch airmen carried out their first NATO Air Policing Mission in the Baltic States with four F-16 Fighting Falcon jets deployed in Šiauliai in 2005, and in September-December 2014 the Netherlands provided augmentation of four fighter aircraft to the Mission operating from the Malbork airbase (Poland). The Netherlands Navy take part in mine countermeasures exercises and other events in the Baltic Sea alongside other allies on a regular basis. Air defence experts from the Lithuanian Air Force train in Stinger missile systems training events in the Netherlands on an annual basis.

Lithuanian and Dutch militaries also cooperate actively in logistics: both countries’ soldiers have trained together in international water purification, movement control, and transportation of cargo training and exercises.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 23 Aoû 2016 - 9:40

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Minister J. Olekas: “The Contract for 88 IFVs Is the Signal That Lithuania Takes Care of Its Security”
(Source: Lithuania Ministry of Defence; issued Aug 22, 2016)



On August 22 the contract of procuring infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) for the Lithuanian Armed Forces was signed at the Ministry of National Defence. 88 IFVs manufactured according to requirements set out by the Lithuanian Armed Forces will be bought for the sum of EUR 385.6 million.

The contract was endorsed by the Lithuanian Minister of National Defence Juozas Olekas, managing directors of ARTEC GmbH, the Boxer IFV manufacturer, Stefan Lischka and Christoph Heuman, and OCCAR director Tim Rowntree.

By the contract, combat vehicles manufactured by a German-Dutch consortium with Israeli-made turrets and armed with 30 mm cannons and “Spike LR” antitank missiles are bought for the average price of EUR 4.38 m per one.

Lithuania and the IFV manufacturer agreed that the vehicles will be renamed from “Boxer” to IFV “Vilkas” IFVs to retain the ties with the history of Lithuania and the traditions of the Lithuanian Armed Forces.

The first IFVs “Vilkas” are expected to be delivered in late 2017, and the rest would arrive by 2021.

“The signature today crowns the efforts of the Ministry of National Defence to provide the Lithuanian Armed Forces with quality and value for money product. It is a long-term investment into national defence and also a signal that Lithuania takes its security and investments into it seriously,” Minister of National Defence Juozas Olekas said.

“Today’s contract signature is a key milestone in the delivery of a modern and highly effective armoured vehicle capability to Lithuania. Within less than eight months, our strong joint team from Lithuania, Germany, The Netherlands, the BOXER industry and OCCAR have developed this highly capable and value for money package, which will provide Lithuania with world class capability and flexibility for decades to come. I and my team are honoured to play our role in delivering this vital programme for the defence and security of Lithuania and I am delighted to welcome Lithuania to the OCCAR community,” OCCAR director Tim Rowntree said.

The new IFVs will be distributed to the Lithuanian Grand Duke Algirdas Mechanised and the Grand Duchess Birutė Uhlan Battalions of the Mechanised Infantry Brigade Iron Wolf.

“The IFVs will provide greater mobility, force protection and firepower for the battalions and the entire Brigade. In operational terms, we will not only have the ability to take troops to the battlefield safely, but also to be effective on the battlefield as we destroy armoured and unarmoured targets at the distance of up to 4 km. In technical term, our units will be better at integration and operation side by side with our allies,” – Chief of Defence Lieutenant General Jonas Vytautas Žukas said.

Prior to signing the IFV procurement contract the memorandum of understanding between Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania, the Ministry of Defence of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Federal Ministry of Defence of the Federal Republic of Germany was signed.

Another contract signed by representatives of OCCAR and Lithuania defined the scope, guidelines and authority of cooperation of Lithuania and OCCAR.

Lithuania joined the OCCAR Boxer Programme and authorised OCCAR to supervise execution of the procurement project and conduct qualitative expertise of the “Vilkas” IFVs vehicles bought. As part of the Boxer Programme, Lithuania will benefit from all the advantages offered: smaller development and maintenance costs, sharing technologies, and better interoperability with other participants of the programme.

The Boxer IFVs manufactured by ARTEC, a joint venture of German Krauss-MaffeiWegmann and Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles, and Dutch Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Nederland, were selected for the needs of the Lithuanian Armed Forces as the best value for money choice and as fulfilling additional Lithuanian Armed Forces’ requirements for maximum personnel protection and delivery time.

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Lithuania Joins BOXER Programme
(Source: OCCAR; issued Aug. 22, 2016)
On 22 August 2016, OCCAR awarded on behalf of the Republic of Lithuania a contract for the procurement of BOXER Infantry Fighting Vehicles to the BOXER manufacturer ARTEC GmbH.

The contract was signed in Vilnius by the Lithuanian Minister of National Defence, Dr. Juozas Olekas, OCCAR Director Tim Rowntree and the ARTEC Chief Executive Officers Stefan Lischka and Christoph Heumann. The ceremony was witnessed by German, Netherlands and Lithuanian officials and by representatives from Krauss-Maffei Wegmann and Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles, the shareholders of ARTEC GmbH.

The contract includes the delivery of 88 BOXER in four Infantry Fighting Vehicle versions developed for Lithuania which will be called “Vilkas” within the Lithuanian Armed Forces. The Infantry Fighting Vehicles will be equipped with a remote controlled turret with a 30 mm cannon and an anti-tank missile. First Lithuanian BOXER vehicles will be delivered by the end of 2017. The BOXER vehicle will provide the Lithuanian Army on short term with a state of the art, mechanised infantry capability.

The BOXER multi-role armoured vehicle was developed by ARTEC for Germany and the Netherlands which had tasked OCCAR to execute the BOXER Programme as their joint management organisation. The BOXER vehicle comprises a modular design with a common drive module and exchangeable mission- and nation-specific mission modules.

The BOXER entered into service in 2009 and has proven its high performance, combat readiness and reliability during its successful deployment to Afghanistan. The Lithuanian order increases the total number of BOXER vehicles to be produced to nearly 700.

Prior to the contract award, Lithuania was formally integrated as a Participating State into the OCCAR BOXER Programme with an amendment to the OCCAR BOXER Programme Decision.

The contract and the Lithuanian entry into the BOXER Programme were prepared by Lithuania, Germany, the Netherlands, OCCAR and ARTEC in less than eight months between January and August 2016!

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Third NATO User Nation: Lithuania Buys Boxer In Deal Worth Almost €400 Million
Rheinmetall and Krauss-Maffei Wegmann will soon be supplying the Lithuanian armed forces with 88 Boxer multirole armoured fighting vehicles. Worth a total of around €390 million, this important export order is set to run from 2017 to 2021. Along with Germany and the Netherlands, this will make Lithuania the third NATO nation to field the battle-tested, superbly protected, high-mobility combat vehicle.

The order was placed on 22 August 2016 in Vilnius via OCCAR, the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation, which in turn contracted with ARTEC GmbH – a joint venture of Rheinmetall and KMW – to supply the Boxers. These will be configured as infantry fighting vehicles armed with a turret-mounted 30mm automatic cannon.

Thanks to its advanced composite armour, the Boxer is one of the world's best-protected 8x8 protected vehicles. Moreover, it assures high mobility both on and off road, even in the toughest terrain. Powered by a 530 kW (720 HP) turbo-charged diesel engine, the Boxer has a top speed of over 100 km/h with a combat weight of 36.5 tonnes. The vehicle's modular concept – consisting of driver cab and mission modules – results in outstanding flexibility and versatility.

The Bundeswehr already has 405 of these vehicles in its inventory, while the Dutch armed forces own a further 200. Operational experience gained in Afghanistan confirms the Boxer's significant contribution to military sustainment and mobility. Among other factors, positive tactical outcomes and the compelling results of Lithuanian field trials strongly influenced the Baltic nation's decision to choose the Boxer.

The Lithuanian military will call the vehicle the Vilkas, which means 'wolf'.

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Lithuania Boosts Army with 88 Boxer Vehicles
(Source: Krauss Maffei Wegmann; issued Aug 22, 2016)
MUNICH --- The European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) and the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence have commissioned ARTEC GmbH to supply 88 high-protection BOXER vehicles to the Lithuanian army starting in 2017.

ARTEC, a joint venture between Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) and Rheinmetall, will deliver the vehicles with medium-calibre weaponry in a remote-controlled turret. Consequently, the BOXER family is now extended by the Infantry Fighting Vehicle variant. Production will be carried out by ARTEC's two parent companies. 53 vehicles will be manufactured by KMW and 35 by Rheinmetall.

The German Armed Forces already have more than 400 BOXER vehicles in different variants in use or in the procurement process, and the Dutch Armed Forces have 200. Together with the Lithuanian vehicles, just short of 700 vehicles therefore have been contracted by three user nations.

Globally, the BOXER is one of the best-protected 8x8 wheeled vehicles. It offers its crews maximum protection from mines, IEDs and direct fire, and is characterized by high mobility, both on roads and in the roughest terrain.

The concept of drive and mission modules provides high flexibility and a diversity of variants covering an unsurpassed spectrum of capabilities.









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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 23 Aoû 2016 - 12:22

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Lithuanian-Latvian-German Joint Naval Drills Continue in Lithuania




BALTRON SQUADEX II-16 exercises, naval military drills, involving warships from Lithuania, Latvia and Germany will take place in Lithuanian territorial waters, according to the statement of the Lithuanian Defense Ministry.

VILNIUS (Sputnik) — The second leg of the annual Baltron naval military exercises involving warships from Lithuania, Latvia and Germany is due to commence in the Baltic Sea in Lithuania on Monday, the Lithuanian Defense Ministry said in a statement.
"On August 22-26, BALTRON SQUADEX II-16 exercises will take place in Lithuanian territorial waters… They will involve Lithuanian, Latvian and German military units…. The exercises will be led by Lieut. Tadas Jablonskis (Lithuania)," the statement reads.

The ministry added that the drills consist of two parts — an offshore portion of the exercises took place from August 18-21 off the coast of the Baltic Sea, while the marine phase will take place on August 22-26.


The exercises aim to check the ships' maneuverability as well as practice artillery shooting, mine hunting, search and rescue operations, and defending against symmetric threats. Mine ships will also conduct demining operations, the statement added.
In 1998, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia created a squadron of warships in the Baltic states dubbed Baltron, with the main objective of protecting the Baltic Sea region. Since 2015, Estonia has opted out of the Baltron drills.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Lun 29 Aoû 2016 - 10:52

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Lithuania's BOXER vehicles to receive Rafael's Samson Mk II Weapon Stations with Spike launchers


Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., developer and manufacturer of land, air and naval systems, has won a contract to supply its advanced Samson Mk II Remote Weapon Stations to the Lithuanian armed forces, as part of a deal that was signed to provide Lithuania with 88 high-protection BOXER vehicles starting in 2017.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 30 Aoû 2016 - 16:35

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Lithuania to Acquire A New Batch of Modernized G36 Rifles and 40mm Launchers
(Source: Lithuania Ministry of National Defence; issued August 29, 2016)
The Lithuanian Ministry of National Defence has signed an agreement on procurement of another batch of automatic rifles G-36 procurement with German company Heckler & Koch GmbH.

The automatic rifles G-36 and under-barrel 40 mm HK269 grenade launchers Lithuania will acquire for the sum amounting to 12.5 million euros. All weapons are scheduled to be delivered to the Lithuanian Armed Forces in the course of 2017.

"By acquiring an additional batch of the G-36, the rifle well-known and having good recommendations among Lithuanian soldiers, we will want ro retain one type of weapon in the Lithuanian Armed Forces," the Lithuanian Minister of National Defence says.

The new weapons will be improved based on observations and recommendations made by the Lithuanian soldiers on the G-36 currently used in the Lithuanian Armed Forces. The buttstocks, handguards and sight rails on rifles will be modified and the updated weapon will be called as the G-36 KA4M1.

The new 40 mm under-barrel grenade launchers HK269 will differ from the currently in use by the possibility to be charged by opening a barrel to both side (the currently in use may opened to one side only).









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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 31 Aoû 2016 - 19:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 7 Sep 2016 - 22:53

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Namest Air Base, Czech Republic, 1 September 2016 - Preparing for Exercise Ample Strike 2016 - A Lithuanian Air Force C-27J Spartan transport aircraft at Namest Air Base delivering ground crew and equipment required to maintain an L-39 Albatros planned to arrive tomorrow. Photos: Christian Timmig, HQ AIRCOM PAO




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Lun 24 Oct 2016 - 18:36

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 25 Oct 2016 - 10:37

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Lithuania signed a technical agreement with Norway on procurement of components and missiles of mid-range Norwegian advanced surface to air missile system 




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On October 20 Lithuania signed a technical agreement with Norway on procurement of launchers and missiles of mid-range Norwegian advanced surface to air missile system (NASAMS). The agreement endorsed by the Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania and the Ministry of Defence of the Kingdom of Norway defines conditions and responsibilities of the parties concerning buying and selling NASAMS components as well as support Norway would render to Lithuania in developing mid-range air defence capabilities.

“Signature of this technical agreement is one of the most important phases in developing mid-range defence capabilities of the Lithuanian Armed Forces. It is excellent that our partner Norway has not only agreed to sell NASAMS equipment which will strengthen security of Lithuania’s airspace but also to assist in introducing the system in the Lithuanian Armed Forces,” Minister of National Defence Juozas Olekas said.

The Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania continues the mid-range air defence system project to procure other NASAMS equipment, namely, radars and fire control centres. Ultimately, all the components will be joined into a system capable of air defence: aerial surveillance and control, provide early warning for ground units, and destroy targets in case of necessity.

The mid-range air defence system project is estimated to cost a little over EUR 100 million, the sum will be used to acquire two air defence batteries for the Lithuanian Armed Forces.

The mid-range NASAMS equipment is scheduled to be delivered to Lithuania by 2020.

https://kam.lt/en/news_1098/current_issues/lithuania_signed_a_technical_agreement_with_norway_on_procurement_of_components_and_missiles_of_mid-range_norwegian_advanced_surface_to_air_missile_system.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 2 Nov 2016 - 21:39

Le 27 octobre le fabricant allemand  Daimler AG, a livré les 21 premiers camions Unimog U5000 sur un total de 340.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 2 Nov 2016 - 21:53

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Jeu 3 Nov 2016 - 21:49

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mer 9 Nov 2016 - 20:40

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Jeu 10 Nov 2016 - 20:38

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Lithuania buys Accuracy International AXMC sniper rifles

Remigiusz Wilk, Warsaw - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

10 November 2016



The Lithuanian Land Forces has received its first Accuracy International AXMC bolt-action sniper rifles, the country's Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced.

According to the MoD, the rifles were bought under a EUR1.3 million (USD1.4 million) contract with Accuracy International (AI). By the end of the year the AXMC rifles are to be distributed among the Land Forces' battalions and training facilities.

The AI AXMC rifles delivered to Lithuania are chambered in 8.6x70 mm (.338 Lapua Magnum), and can be reconfigured in field conditions (by changing the barrel, bolt, magazine, and magazine converter) to be fed in 7.62x51 mm NATO (.308 Winchester).

The Lithuanian rifles are equipped with a Kahles telescopic sight and a night vision attachment.


Lithuania has received its first Accuracy International AXMC bolt-action sniper rifles. (Accuracy International)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 6 Déc 2016 - 20:17

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Lithuania buys 168 M577 command vehicles from Germany

Nicholas de Larrinaga, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

06 December 2016



Lithuania will receive 168 more M577 armoured vehicles from Germany, after a deal was signed for them on 30 November.


Lithuania has agreed to purchase 168 former German Army M577 command post vehicles (Lithuanian MoD)

Speaking after signing the deal, the commander of Lithuania's Logistic Support Command, Lieutenant Colonel Ramunas Baronas, said, "The Lithuanian Armed Forces is buying command, indirect fire support, medical evacuation, and training M577 armoured personnel carriers in good technical condition that will fill in the shortages of armoured vehicles in the Lithuanian Land Force."

The M577 is a variant of the M113 armoured personnel carrier (APC) that has a raised rear roof to allow it to fill command post, artillery support, and other roles. As part of the country's purchase of ex-German PzH 2000 self-propelled howitzers, Lithuania already had 26 M577s on order.

According to the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence (MoD), the vehicles will be delivered in a series of phases between 2017 and 2018. The total value of the transfer is just EUR1.6 million (USD1.72 million) and includes spare parts, maintenance tools, and crew equipment, the MoD said.

Lithuania currently operates around 200 M113 APCs, which are also former German Army stock - 440 were transferred to Lithuania from Germany between 2000 and 2006. Although a US-design, Germany's M113/M577s were built in Kassel by Henschel Wehrtechnik (now Rheinmetall Landsysteme).

Speaking to IHS Jane's on 5 December, a spokesperson for the Lithuanian MoD said that the country was planning to divide the M577s across all of its battalions, training, and logistics units of its regular forces. The spokesperson added that the M577s had been delivered in the following variants: command and control, artillery fire control, mortar fire control, training, and ambulance. Lithuania currently lacks a dedicated armoured vehicle to fulfil most of these roles.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Lun 19 Déc 2016 - 20:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Mar 28 Fév 2017 - 18:31

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée lituanienne/Lithuanian Armed Forces   Ven 17 Mar 2017 - 21:05

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Lithuanian Boxers to be armed with 30 mm MK44 cannons

Christopher F Foss, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

17 March 2017



Orbital ATK Armament Systems has confirmed that the ARTEC Boxer (8x8) infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) to be supplied to Lithuania will be armed with its 30 mm MK44 dual-feed cannon.

The company will deliver the first of 90 MK44 cannons in mid-2017 and these will be installed in Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Samson Mk II remote weapon stations, which will also be armed with a 7.62 mm machine gun.

Lithuania is taking delivery of 88 examples of the Boxer IFV, which will be called the Vilkas (Wolf) in Lithuanian service and will replace the ex-German Army M113 armoured personnel carriers currently deployed.

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