Small Arms and Explosives Attacks on Non-Military Commercial Armored Vehicles


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Posted: April 05, 2018 | Completed: January 1, 2017 | DTIC Accession No.: DSIAC- 2174679
What history is there of attacks with small arms and explosives on non-military commercial armored vehicles?

DSIAC Basic Center of Operations (BCO) staff contacted various pertinent research conglomerates for information and metadata involving “discretely armored vehicles.” DSIAC then also tasked the West Virginia University Innovation Corporation (WVUIC) staff to search for unclassified data from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), academia, international agencies, the U.S. Departments of State and Defense, and other governmental agencies. Compiled responses and a bibliography of relevant documents were prepared in a report and submitted to the requester.


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