$27 billion to replace the APCs is completely over the top

By Letters to the Editor
March 14 2022 - 6:30pm
The two contenders to become Australia's next Infantry Fighting Vehicle are currently being evaluated by the military. Picture: Defence Media

Bradley Perrett "War highlights army's big mistake" (canberratimes.com.au, March 3) rightly criticises Australia's proposal to pay up to $60 million for each of 450 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (a total of $27 billion dollars), designed to carry nine soldiers into battle.

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