The command of the Ground Forces of Poland reported the success of the first firing tests of American M1 Abrams tanks.
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Polish crews began training to operate the combat vehicles in October under the guidance of U.S. experts. They tested the accuracy of the combat vehicles using the Live-Fire Accuracy Screening Test (LFAST).
In mid-summer, Poland signed a contract to purchase 116 Abrams tanks in the M1A1 modernization, which entered service with the U.S. Army in 1991. They are intended to replace the T-72M and PT-91 Twardy tanks, which were transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.