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TAR provides land forces with comprehensive solutions for all levels of operational forces – from the individual soldier, through units, to brigades and armies.
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TAR’s land solutions incorporate land-based and aerial force protection systems, surveillance and reconnaissance, ground vehicle integration, C4I, integrated digital soldier, and protective equipment, ensuring land forces’ preparedness and operational superiority for all missions.

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