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IDEF 19: OTOKAR Modern Military Vehicles

IDEF 19: OTOKAR Modern Military Vehicles

The Turkish Company OTOKAR will present its full range of wheeled and tracked armored vehicles at IDEF 2019, the 14th International Defense Industry Fair Exhibition which takes place in Istanbul (Turkey) from April 30 to May 3, 2019. Visit OTOKAR at IDEF 2019, Hall 7 Stand 713.

At IDEF 2019, the Turkish Company OTOKAR will showcase the latest development of wheeled and tracked combat vehicles including an electric variant of the AKREP II, the family of wheeled armored vehicles ARMA / COBRA and the multi-purpose tracked armored vehicle platform TULPAR.

Turkey’s largest private capital defense industry company, Otokar provides the modern armies with state-of-the-art tactical vehicles in different configurations through its product spectrum that covers the full range of armored vehicles from 4 tones up to main battle tanks.

Otokar military vehicles are operating under many different geographical and extreme climate conditions in the world and their combat capabilities are proven in the real combat situations in high-risk areas.

Apart from being the mainland systems supplier of Turkish Armed Forces, Otokar is a well-known and appreciated brand in global markets. The company has delivered over 28 thousand military vehicles to nearly 50 different users in around 30 countries. Today, Otokar vehicles are globally deployed in various operations under UN and NATO flags.




OTOKAR MILITARY VEHICLES

​​​​​​​Turkey’s largest private capital defence industry company, Otokar provides the modern armies with state-of-the-art tactical vehicles in different configurations through its product spectrum that covers the full range of armoured vehicles from 4 tonnes up to main battle tanks.

Otokar military vehicles are operating under many different geographical and extreme climate conditions in the world and their combat capabilities are proven in the real combat situations in high risk areas.

Apart from being the main land systems supplier of Turkish Armed Forces, Otokar is a well-known and appreciated brand in global markets. The company has delivered over 28 thousand military vehicles to nearly 50 different users in around 30 countries. Today, Otokar vehicles are globally deployed in various operations under UN and NATO flags.

Source:  armyrecognition.com / Otokar | 19 April 2019

Photo: MIZRAK UKKS (Photo by OTOKAR)

MIZRAK-30 is an unmanned turret system, designed for armoured vehicles, controlled by the gunner and the commander located inside the vehicle. MIZRAK is fitted with 30 mm dual-feed automatic main gun and 7,62 mm co-axial machine gun.

MIZRAK-30 can fire all type of 30X173 mm NATO ammunitions including armour piercing and high explosive ammunitions. Weapon system can be reloaded under armour protection.

MIZRAK-30 is equipped with the latest generation digital fire control system, having independent commander and gunner dual axes stabilized sights with highest performance cooled thermal camera, CCD camera, laser range finder and meteorological sensor with integrated GPS.

Turret provides target tracking function and Hunter-Killer capability.

Export of all military products subject to requirements of related governments' export licence regulations.

MIZRAK-S 30

MIZRAK-S is an unmanned turret system, designed for armoured vehicles controlled by the gunner located inside the vehicle. Compact structure and low weight of MIZRAK-S, allow its integration to the vehicles with limited payload capacity.

MIZRAK-S is fitted with 30mm dual-feed automatic main gun and 7,62mm co-axial machine gun. MIZRAK-S can fire all type of 30X173 mm NATO ammunitions including armour piercing and high explosive ammunitions.

MIZRAK-30 is equipped with the latest generation digital fire control system having gunner dual axes stabilized sights with highest performance cooled thermal camera, CCD camera, laser range finder and meteorological sensor with integrated GPS.

Turret provides target tracking function.

Export of all military products subject to requirements of related governments' export licence regulations.

(1.5.2019)


 
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