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Challenger 2
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No: 3743   Contributor: Megashorts   Year: 2010   Manufacturers: BAE Systems, Vickers-Armstrong   Country: England
Challenger 2

Some more advertising: To make full use of its formidable and accurate firepower, consistently to engage and destroy eight targets in 40 seconds, Challenger 2 has a climate controlled crew environment and optimised ergonomics to maximise the achievement of first round hits under all conditions.
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