The impact of the U.S. Army's elimination of support for the M109A1-A4 on the Canadian Army : a study in alternative sources of supply
From, Jeffrey D.
Hoivik, Thomas H.
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This thesis examines the impact of the United States Army's elimination of support for the M109A1-A4 on the Canadian Army. The United States Army's Program Management Office for the M109 has determined support for the M109A1-A4 will be eliminated on 1 January 2000, including the Canadian Army's fleet of M109s.
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