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Have you guys noticed there is a war going on in Myanmar military-related wiki pages between Burmese editors and foreign editors.
You cannot edit wikipedia until and unless the article is not a protected article. Also you will have to cite sources to support your writings.
 

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Hold on so are we replacing our MA-10s (RPG-7 clones) with our newly acquired ability to clone the Carl Gustavs (MA 84s) or are we still gonna use the MA-10s?
MA 10/ RPG 7 is used in the platoon and below level whereas 84 mm Carl Gustav is for the formations above company level.
 

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MA 10/ RPG 7 is used in the platoon and below level whereas 84 mm Carl Gustav is for the formations above company level.
So the MA10 is like a Light Anti Tank weapon deployed based on section and platoon but MA84 is heavy anti tank weapon deployed above company level?
 

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Could it also be said that light infantry divisions (LID) are akin to US rangers in that they are light strike forces being the tip of the spear. And also that they should be equipped like special forces to deal with their roles? (Fast helmets, JPC style carrier vests, carbine variant of MA instead of normal rifle variant. Deploy by helicopters and such with no intention of holding ground so traveling light?) compared to normal infantry units which needs more body armor and supply to hold ground
 

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Mitsubishi eyes car production in Myanmar
Automaker focuses on ASEAN while scaling back Europe operations


Traffic is seen behind a pedestrian bridge in downtown Yangon. Mitsubishi Motors is leaning toward assembling cars in Myanmar as part of its Southeast Asia strategy. © Reuters
KOSUKE TERAI, Nikkei staff writerAugust 4, 2020 05:24 JST
TOKYO -- Mitsubishi Motors is considering building vehicles in Myanmar, as the Japanese automaker deepens its commitment to Southeast Asia, CEO Takao Kato told Nikkei, charting a way forward in a market battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

Kato said his company hopes to "collaborate" with Mitsubishi Corp., the trading house that owns a 20% stake in the automaker and is well-versed in the local market. Details, such as the timing and the form of the business, have yet to be decided.

CEO Takao Kato tells Nikkei that the automaker hopes to collaborate with trading house Mitsubishi on establishing production in Myanmar. (Photo by Kosuke Terai)
Mitsubishi Motors reversed its drive for broader expansion to focus instead on the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations under a medium-term plan released late last month. The automaker will allocate resources to the region, which generates about one-quarter of the company's sales.

Another one is coming. Subaru will also set up assembly plant.
 

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