Osprey Publishing | ISBN 9781855323797 | July 28 1994 | PDF | 48 pages | 14,2 Mb
The Warrior has been an important component of the British Army since
the first production example was handed over in May 1987. It has seen
action in many parts of the globe and the British Army alone uses
eight different specialised versions of the vehicle, while Desert and
Arctic Warriors are also produced for countries with extreme climates.
In this authoritative text Christopher Foss examines the development
and operational life of the Warrior, the British army's most modern
armoured personnel carrier, and its many variants, focussing on its
role in 'Desert Storm' and other campaigns.