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Vehicles and Equipment

Convoy of Mastiff armoured vehicles. 2 LANCS (Lions of England) assume control of the new Combined Force Head-Quarters in Shahzad.

Whether they arrive by armoured vehicle, parachute or boat, British soldiers are trained to operate anywhere in the world.

Whilst the British soldier is the best piece of kit we've got, what they carry with them is part of the equation too.

A soldier from 1 LANCS on operations in Afghanistan.

British Army equipment is constantly updated and modified using valuable feedback from the troops operating the equipment wherever they are in the world.

Our specialised Trials and Development Units rigorously test all new developments in armoured vehicles, artillery and infantry equipment, and clothing, making sure we have the very best available.

 

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In the right hand column you can download a brochure detailing British Army vehicles and equipment. This guide is packed full of images and statistics of the latest equipment in use by the Army around the world.