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Tankograd 9011 - British Special-Recce

$20.00 USD
This publication aims to give the reader an insight into the concept, organisation, vehicle equipment, daily routines, exercises and missions of Formation Reconnaissance Regiment 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards (QDG) and other reconnaissance assets.

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By Daniel Nowak & Tim Mätzold

This publication aims to give the reader an insight into the concept, organisation, vehicle equipment, daily routines, exercises and missions of Formation Reconnaissance Regiment 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards (QDG) and other reconnaissance assets.

The Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment carries out long-range, ground-based manned reconnaissance for a larger military formation. The regiment gathers information mainly by armoured reconnaissance, but also by using battlefield surveillance systems such as radar, or ground-based or airborne sensors. Reconnaissance is subdivided into Reconnaissance of Situation, Reconnaissance Objective Area and Poststrike Reconnaissance. 

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Gareth

Grat little keep sake of a vehicle that I drove, well presented book .

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Tankograd 9011 - British Special-Recce

$20.00 USD

By Daniel Nowak & Tim Mätzold

This publication aims to give the reader an insight into the concept, organisation, vehicle equipment, daily routines, exercises and missions of Formation Reconnaissance Regiment 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards (QDG) and other reconnaissance assets.

The Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment carries out long-range, ground-based manned reconnaissance for a larger military formation. The regiment gathers information mainly by armoured reconnaissance, but also by using battlefield surveillance systems such as radar, or ground-based or airborne sensors. Reconnaissance is subdivided into Reconnaissance of Situation, Reconnaissance Objective Area and Poststrike Reconnaissance. 

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