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The Breda 35, Oto 35 and SRMC 35 were three offensive grenades issued to the italian Army. They were offensive bomb, because they were throw by the soldiers during an assault, so that the area of the burst was very limited, about 10 metres. The body of those grenades was built in alluminium. They were painted in red, and for this reason they were called Red Devils by the Commonwealt troops. The fucile mitragliatore Breda 30 was the light machine gun of the Italian Army fusiliers squad. It…

PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2017, 16:58 Juliusz Sabak kontakt@defence24.pl At the Combat Helicopters 2017 conference in Cra...

PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2017, 16:58 Juliusz Sabak kontakt@defence24.pl At the Combat Helicopters 2017 conference in Cracow, a representative of the Italian armed forces presented the concept of development of the AH-249A helicopter, which is expected to start replacing the AH-129D (AW129) Mangusta. The machine is developed by Leonardo Helicopters. In the new design, the AW149 propulsion system, which was offered in Poland in the multi-tasking helicopter program based on a common…

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