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LAVSLife Academy of Vocational Studies (UN)
LAVSLow-Affinity Vanadate-Sensitive
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I was watching C/S E32D starting to extract his section when I saw his LAV take a hit--a rocket in the turret.
For example, in 1986, Canadian External Affairs Minister Joe Clark travelled to Saudi Arabia to begin negotiating a deal that would eventually result in the same Ontario plant (under General Motors control at the time) exporting $1.9-billion worth of LAVs to the kingdom.
CoA also flagged a total of P83.9 million for ghost deliveries and services concerning the replacement of engine and transmission for the LAVs. Meanwhile, the payment for labor services for the replacement of fuel, cooling, suspension, brake, hydraulic, electrical and weapons systems was found to be excessive by P66.57 million.
The LAV III Upgrade Project, originally announced in 2009, aims to modernize the existing LAV III fleet.
This MOWAG (now General Dynamics Land Systems/GDLS) family of LAVs has a long history and is in service around the world.
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Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo said he has directed the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) to investigate the rigged bidding and ghost repairs and refurbishing of 28 V-150 Light Armoured Vehicles (LAV) worth 409.74 million pesos (Dhs35.53 million) in 2007, "within 15 days."
The LAV originally manufactured by General Motors Defense of London, Ontario, Canada, is an eight-wheel-drive combat vehicle powered by a Detroit Diesel 6V-53T two-stroke diesel engine.
"We are adapting and modifying what we know about integrated electronic systems in the automotive industry in order to advance the LAV for the military.
To ensure that each LAV has customized support, IETMs pull content directly from a configuration management system, giving crew members the ability to see the information related to their specific vehicle configuration and any modifications or planned modifications for an individual LAV.
Police use the LAVs for transportation, as cover in case of gunfire and as a rescue vehicle in case an officer gets injured.
The MEWSS program calls for the production of 12 LAVs through FY04.