ASCOD


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ASCODAfrican Sports Confederation of Disabled
ASCODAustrian-Spanish Co-operative Development (military vehicle manufacturer; Madrid, Spain)
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"It is difficult to say how long he was lying on the road and finally one kind lady picked him up and took him to the Zabeel Veterinary Hospital," said Trine Peterson, volunteer at ASCOD.
The group of volunteers from APA, RCRC, and Ascod find it very hard to find a safe home for the older dogs as most people prefer pups, particularly pedigree.
ASCOD volunteers were recently at the Safa Park Flea Market to raise funds for a rescue dog who needed veterinary care.
Caption: The Donar is made up of the Ascod II chassis and the Artillery Cun Module developed by KMW by taking elements of the PzH 2000; the Artillery Gun Module can also be installed on wheeled platforms.
At Eurosatory 2014 a new version of the Ascod chassis was unveiled, with a gross weight of 31 tonnes and a growth potential up to 35 tonnes.
The Danish shortlist includes three tracked solutions: the BAE Systems' Armadillo, the FFG Flensburger's Protected Mission Module Carrier (PMMC) G5 and the General Dynamics European Land Systems Ascod 2.
KBP has studied an opportunity to install the new FCS of the BMD-4 on foreign customer's vehicles: Patria (Finland), ASCOD (Austria) and FAHD (Egypt), and the FCS of the upgraded BMP-2--on vehicles of the Italian company IVECO.
The Donar results from the mating of a KMW Artillery Gun Module (AGM) with an adapted Ascod 2 chassis.
The other competitor is the Ascod 2, which is proposed by General Dynamics UK.
The Ministry awarded two assessment phase contracts in October 2007 to examine the potential of the BAE Systems CV90 and General Dynamics Ascod to meet the reconnaissance vehicle requirement.
With little fanfare the Ministry of Defence awarded two assessment phase contracts in October 2007 to examine the potential of the BAE Systems CV90 and General Dynamics Ascod tracked infantry fighting vehicles to meet the Fres reconnaissance vehicle requirement.