by ISAIAH BENJAMIN
As part of efforts to address security
challenges in the country, the Chief of
Army Staff (COAS) Lt-Gen Azubuike Ihejirika yesterday commissioned 17
surveillance vehicles that can monitor
security flashpoints in Kaduna.
The remodified, heavily equipped vehicles which came into the Nigerian Army in 1979 are now rigged with state of the art communication equipment configured by the 51 Division Signals. According to the COAS, the vehicles due
to technological development and fluidity of contemporary security challenges have become obsolete and the communication equipment analogue.
The vehicles are installed with high
technology internet protocol, Speedo
camera, ground to air communication, Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) repeaters and Very High Frequency (VHF) communication. The vehicles are also filled with Urban Communication Systems (UCS) facilities that enhance radio communication from the 1 Division Army Headquarters Kaduna…
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