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Approved For Release 2009/07/24: CIA-RDP99B0033OR000100110010- EM Approved For Release 2009/07/24: CIA-RDP99BOO33OR000100110010-1 Approved For Release 2009/07/24: CIA-RDP99BOO33OR000100110010-1 I(RAUSSIVIAFFEI Leopard 2 regarding firepower Observing two different targets independently - engaging the more dangerous one in quick reaction Owing to its independently-stabilized PERI-R17 aiming optics the commander, independent of his gunner's aiming activity, may ? Observe the battlefield over the full arc, whatever the position of the turret Hand over the target to the gunner automatically Employ the firepower of the main weapon on his own in daylight and night conditions ? 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