To: Cannoneer No. 4
Which ones did the South African's develop?
They had a V shaped bottom which makes more sense...
The South Africans developed the RG-32, the Buffalo is a variant of the Casspir
, the RG-31, and the Oryx. The Wer'Wolf is from Namibia. All these vehicles are modern factory versions of home made Rhodesian vehicles
posted on 03/29/2006 11:08:59 PM PST
by Cannoneer No. 4
(Our enemies act on ecstatic revelations from their god. We act on the advice of lawyers.)
Which ones did the South African's develop? They had a V shaped bottom which makes more sense...
OAS (in South African) produces both the RG-31 and the RG-32. OAS is a wholly owned subsidiary of BAE Systems but General Dynamics has the marketing rights for the RG-31. The Buffalo, produced by Force Protection (in South Carolina) is a derivative of a South African design.
posted on 03/31/2006 5:26:36 AM PST
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