ⓘ TPz Fuchs
The TPz Fuchs is an armoured personnel carrier originally developed by Daimler-Benz but manufactured and further developed by the now Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles. Fuchs was the second wheeled armoured vehicle to enter service with the Bundeswehr and it can be used for tasks including troop transport, engineer transport, bomb disposal, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical reconnaissance and electronic warfare. RMMV and its predecessors manufactured 1.236 Fuchs 1, mostly for the German Army.
Further development of the design led to the Fuchs 2, first shown in 2001. The extended Fuchs 2 is currently in production, known clients include Algerian army, the Army of Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates UAE army.
- in 2011, Russia BTR - 80A Armored personnel carrier 114 units Germany TPz Fuchs Armored personnel carrier 14 units USA V - 100 V - 150 Commando Armored personnel
- procurement of 272 Boxers for the German Army, to replace some of its M113 and Fuchs TPz 1 vehicles. Production deliveries of Boxer had been scheduled to commence
- as from the Royal Marines and Royal Air Force. The vehicles included TPz Fuchs operated by Falcon Squadron from the Royal Tank Regiment. On 11 March
- for commanders and officers in various cavalry and armoured formations. TPz Fuchs Germany CBRN reconnaissance 11 Equips Falcon Squadron, Royal Tank Regiment
- devices when one IED went off under a FUCHS TPz vehicle. Two German soldiers were lightly wounded, one FUCHS vehicle was slightly damaged. 2 WIA 2010 - 10 - 31
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