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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

What happened to the Canadian Army’s TOW 2 missiles?

TOW-II live firingIn a recent article I wrote, there were details about Canadian Army equipment that had been declared surplus and was either being destroyed or sold off.

Included among that equipment were the TOW 2 missiles and related systems purchased by the Army around 2009 for $100 million.

According to documents obtained by Defence Watch the stocks included 592 TOW 2 (analog) missiles, 897 TOW 2 (digital) missiles and 662 TOW 2B (top attack missiles).

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