Schützenpanzer SPz 11-2 Kurz
Den Schützenpanzer SPz 11-2 Kurz armored reconnaissance vehicle was developed for the West German army and was a minor modification of a French designed vehicle (Hotchkiss SP1A). During the period between 1958 and 1962, the West German army received some 2,374 of these light armoured vehicles with the SPz 11-2 Kurz being developed as the reconnaissance version. The SPz 11-2 served in cannon platoons of armored infantry battalions until 1974 and remained in service as a reconnaissance vehicle until 1982. The SPz 11-2 was replaced in the reconnaissance role by the Spähpanzer Luchs. The SPz 11-2 saw service with the West Germany army only.
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The Schützenpanzer SPz 11-2 Kurz was an armoured infantry fighting and reconnaissance vehicle developed for the West German army. It was a minor modification of a French-designed vehicle (Hotchkiss SP1A) with an additional road wheel (five in total). The vehicle had a low silhouette and was armed with a 20 mm Hispano-Suiza 820 L/85 cannon. It served in the West German army from 1959 to 1987 in various roles, such as scout, forward observer, mortar carrier and radar vehicle. The SPz 11-2 Kurz was replaced by the Marder and the Spähpanzer Luchs in its respective roles.
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