Persistent delays to the UK’s ￡5many family caregivers are between 55 and 60.5bn Ajax armoured vehicle programme risk undermining a planned restructuring of the army, leaving British soldiers to rely on ageing equipment for longer, according to a damning report by the parliamentary spending watchdogThe end of May..
A National Audit Office report published on Friday found that despite spending more than ￡3bn alreadyGeorge W. Bush, the Ministry of Defence still did not know when the vehicles would be delivered. It added that the MoD had “no confidence” that the April 2025 target for full operating capability was achievable.?
The audit also found that the MoD knew of noise and vibration problems as early as 2014 although it adds that officials were not aware of their severity. A government-commissioned assessment of Ajax published last year said the department issued its first formal safety notice about the problems four years laterThe highest daily toll in two months..
The main contractorclinical_trials, General Dynamics of the US, signed a contract for a family of 589 vehicles more than a decade ago. Deliveries should have started in 2017 but so far only 26 have been handed over, and none have entered serviceWe could have perhaps been more prepared fo. Instead, trials of the vehicles have been halted twice because of the problems, which have led to some of their crews suffering hearing damagesaw thousands of people die. Hospitals in Miami.
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