In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(para el transporte de tropas) vehículo blindado masculine
- The convoy of armoured Army personnel carriers looks at home as it lumbers through scarred streets, soldiers in helmets peering out.
- These checkpoints usually have one or two police officers stopping all vehicles with other officers in armed personnel carriers manning machine guns.
- Combat engineer battalions in Army heavy divisions have historically traveled the battlefield in the venerable M113 personnel carrier.
- The evolution of armored vehicles, cars, and personnel carriers has paralleled the development of the tank.
- Armoured personnel carriers were known as tracks, and tanks and tracks were often crewed by tankies.
- Target arrays consist of tanks and personnel carriers.
- Armoured personnel carriers were also heading south.
- In 1939, tanks were in short supply, and infantry personnel carriers were virtually unknown.
- They're going after tanks, personnel carriers.
- The companies received munitions and transported it on tanks, personnel carriers, or whatever other vehicles they could use.
- You cannot take your tanks and personnel carriers everywhere.
- Armored personnel carriers were deployed to secure the palace while truckloads of troops guarded police and military camps.
- Armored personnel carriers and hundreds of elite troops armed with semi-automatic weapons occupied the palace grounds.
- These rings compare to standard commercial scope rings like a military personnel carrier compares to a pickup truck.
- There were heavy, two-ton personnel carriers, motorcycles with sidecars, and ceremonial sedans.
- The battle was over, but he ran and attacked the personnel carrier, banging on it with his hatchet.
- Armored personnel carriers and military trucks patrolled the city and its vicinity as officials appealed to residents to remain indoors and keep their homes locked.
- It was an inglorious combat debut for the Army's first new personnel carrier in 30 years.
- There were two personnel carriers and soldiers jumping out of them.
- The battalion travelled in a convoy of 12 with heavy machine guns mounted on top of the personnel carriers.
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