Defence

EuroTrophy is committed to ensuring security of supply for APS



Nicholas Fiorenzo

The Israeli Ministry of Defense announced on November 2, 2021 that it and the German Ministry of Defense completed the first series of combat tests in Germany of the Trophy active defense system integrated into the Leopard 2 main battle tank. (IMOD)

EuroTrophy aims to ensure the security of supply of active protection systems (APS), joint venture managing director Dan Kalfuss said on the first day of the SAE Media Group Future Armored Vehicles Survivability 2022 conference, which takes place in London from 16 to 17 November.

Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW), Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS) announced the signing of a joint venture agreement in November 2021 to market, sell and manufacture the Trophy APS. EuroTrophy will also provide vehicle integration services and APS lifecycle support.



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