11 février 2022 | Local, Terrestre

CANADA : Le spécialiste des véhicules blindés Inkas se lance dans les interceptions

Créé en septembre 2021, Inkas Aerospace & Defense compte déjà un important catalogue de systèmes d'interception. Cette division est dédiée aux interceptions de la société canadienne spécialisée

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