Lebanese VBC-90s?

According to the recently published article on armyrecognition website, The ex-French Gendarmerie VBC-90 has been chosen by the Lebanese Armed Forces as part of the shopping list related to the USD3 billion contract grant from Saudi Arabia. Here is what could be seen on Lebanese roads in a near future:

The VBC-90 in its latest configuration as seen at Eurosatory, June 2010.

The VBC-90 in its latest configuration as seen at Eurosatory, June 2010.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stock yard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stockyard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stock yard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stockyard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stock yard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stockyard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stock yard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stockyard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stock yard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

The early version of the VBC-90 at the vehicle stockyard of the French 5e Régiment de Génie, Versailles , June 2009.

Photos Credits: Chadi RACHID

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