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Santa Bárbara Sistemas is a Spanish defense contractor based in Madrid, integrated under the European Land Systems of General Dynamics. It is one of the primary suppliers of the Military of Spain and is responsible for the assembly of heavy vehicles such as the Spanish Army's Leopard 2E main battle tank and the Pizarro infantry combat vehicle. The primary lines of business of Santa Bárbara Sistemas are armoured vehicles, special and amphibious vehicles, weapons systems, munitions and missiles, and Research & Development.

General Dynamics acquired the company from the Spanish government 25 July 2001.[1]

Products and programmesEdit

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CETME L Assault rifle

Armored-Piranha

VEC-M1

Spanish Army BMR-600 DF-SD-04-06607

BMR

Leopardo 2E. zaragoza 1

Leopard 2E Tank

ASCOD PIZARRO

ASCOD / Pizarro Infantry fighting vehicle

Nyala Mk.5E

Rg-31 of the Spanish Army

Weapons and systemsEdit

  • Firearms:
  • Artillery:
  • Gun turrets:
    • TC-25 - Turret
    • TC-13 - Turret
    • TC-3 - Turret
    • TC-7 - Turret
    • TC-19 - Turret
    • TC-9 - Turret

Munitions and powdersEdit

  • Powders
    • Pólvora Dx
    • Pólvora Esferoidal
  • Munitions
    • Artillery
    • Small Caliber
    • Medium Caliber
    • Tank ammunitions
  • Explosives
    • Cutting and perforating explosives

Armoured vehiclesEdit

  • Tracked Vehicles
    • Pizarro - Infantry fighting vehicle
  • Wheeled Vehicles
    • BMR- Vehículo blindado medio de ruedas
    • Dragoon AFV - Vehículo blindado medio sobre ruedas
    • VEC- Vehículo blindado de exploración de caballería

Cooperative programsEdit

Modernisation programsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  1. "GDSBS". General Dynamics. Retrieved on 2011-03-29.

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