The last tour I did over the water which was in 1977, all the land rovers we used were completely stripped down but I recall there was a makrolon covered land rover making the rounds fitted with something called clarabel. Or, at least I think I recall it. The vehicle was fitted with sensors and there were 2 consols inside the vehicle, one in the front and one in the back which when a shot was fired would show you the direction it had come from. It could on the one hand be seen to be a useful bit of kit because it is always good to know from what direction the sniper is shooting at you from but, on the other hand, if someone is shooting at you in a soft skinned motor, who's going to be the one hanging about looking at clarabel so, they can tell their muckers where the naughty gunman is? not me! A situation like that was definately bailout into cover time and then spot the sniper if you can. We were also advised not to stand in front of the front sensor which was fitted more or less level to your nether regions, unless you really were serious that you didn't want any children ever. Having said all that, I cannot find any reference to clarabel anywhere and I just wondered whether anybody else had come across clarabel in their travels or, was it just me? Can't have been!