For centuries the ground campaign has been the key to securing the true victory against an adversary. In the 20th Century, there proved The Great Shakeup when the world went to war to begin World War 1. The fallout from this European-originated conflict was felt throughout the century (and still today) while the battlefield has forced advancements to be had in the field of fighting vehicles and artillery systems. While the general form and function of such weapons has remained in today's designs, these new products are further evolved through electronics, digital assistants and advanced sensors.
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