personnel carrier

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personnel carrier

[‚pərs·ən′el ‚kar·ē·ər]
(ordnance)
A motor vehicle, sometimes armored, used for transportation of troops and their equipment.
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"I wish we had armoured personnel carriers, but I guess there's no budget.
He added that three armoured personnel carriers left the camp in pursuit of the assailants but the gunmen escaped.
A soldier crushed to death when an armoured personnel carrier overturned during a training exercise was named yesterday as Second-Lt Andrew Allcock.
Black Watch squaddie Campbell Craig had an amazing escape when the armoured personnel carrier he was in was struck by a missile near Basra.
A soldier was killed when an armoured personnel carrier overturned on a training exercise.
"A crowd gathered around him immediately, but he couldn't possibly have lived." At the side of the Great Hall of the People another armoured personnel carrier was surrounded by a mob of workers who smashed at it with iron bars.
THE Army's pounds 750,000 Warrior armoured personnel carrier lost out to a council's bureaucrats.
Kelsey Grammer (right) is head of development for the American army's new armoured personnel carrier, the Bradley.
According to sources, the security forces were backed by the personnel of the Bomb Disposal Squad, Elite Force, women commandos, sniffer dogs and armoured personnel carriers.
One of the charges reads: 'That you Mohammad Gobir and Mondial Defence Systems Limited sometime in November 2012 at Ikeja within the Ikeja Judicial Division dishonestly converted to your own use the sum of N92,340,000.000 property of the Kwara State Goverment entrusted to you for the purchase of 3(three) Units of Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC)'.
The chairman also briefed about future targets of HIT related to manufacturing of tanks, rebuilding of Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) and defence production at par with international standards.

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