From Oct. 3 to 7, the Chilean Army will host a new edition of the National Tank Competition, testing the country's best crews at the 1st Division training and education facilities in Antofagasta.
This event, unique in South America, has been held since 2016 to evaluate the technical abilities, skills, and training level of commanders, gunners, ammunition, and drivers of the Leopard 2A4 and Leopard 1V maneuver subsystems.
According to the institution, the competition will measure the competencies, skills, and abilities of the various tank crews and the decision-making ability and determination of commanders under combat stress, with . . .