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Soldiers training shooting skills with thier CZ Bren-2 rifles:

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EXCALIBUR ARMY 155 mm self-propelled gun-howitzer DITA preview of basic innovations and capabilities.
The DITA self-propelled gun-howitzer vehicle is a new modern artillery weapon using a NATO 155 mm standard ammunition. It derives from the original Czechoslovak concept of Tatra truck-mounted howitzers, but it takes the autonomy of operation to the next level. DITA offers an unprecended rate of fire with only 2 members of the crew required – the driver and the commander. It features a modern Onboard Control System with high speed in taking up and leaving the firing position, great accuracy and excellent hard terrain crossability.
The concept utilizes a fully autonomous superstructure so it is possible for the weapon to be mounted on a tracked chassis, too.
More information @ https://dita.excaliburarmy.cz/
 
Czech Air Forces Mil Mi-171 '9799' seen at the Trident Juncture Exercise 2015 in Spain on the 4th of November 2016.

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The Czech Air Forces is modernising its Mil Mi-171S combat transport helicopters in an effort to boost the communication between the pilots and the Special Forces Units. Primarily financed by the US, the upgrade is expected to enable the helicopters to transport the special forces personnel for long distances during night time. The Czech Air Forces has so far upgraded eight of the total 16 Mi-171S helicopters it has acquired within the payment of the Russian debt, since 2005.
Three helicopters have also been operated by the air force in support of the Nato International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) missions in Faizabad, Logar and Paktika provinces in Afghanistan.
 

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