German Company Dismantles Europe's Excess Military Hardware

EDELEBEN, GERMANY - APRIL 23: A technician uses a converted Gepard antiaircraft cannon tank (L) to move a other Gepard antiaircraft cannon tank (R) that once belonged to the Bundeswehr at the Battle Tank Dismantling GmbH Koch on April 23, 2014 in Edeleben, Germany. Since the early 1990s the company has dismantled over 15,000 tanks and other armoured vehicles, from German, Austrian, French and other European arsenals, as many nations reduce their military forces in accordance with the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)
EDELEBEN, GERMANY - APRIL 23: A technician uses a converted Gepard antiaircraft cannon tank (L) to move a other Gepard antiaircraft cannon tank (R) that once belonged to the Bundeswehr at the Battle Tank Dismantling GmbH Koch on April 23, 2014 in Edeleben, Germany. Since the early 1990s the company has dismantled over 15,000 tanks and other armoured vehicles, from German, Austrian, French and other European arsenals, as many nations reduce their military forces in accordance with the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)
German Company Dismantles Europe's Excess Military Hardware
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