South Korean Marine Corps has test fire Spike NLOS anti-tank guided missile from SandCat vehicle 10808161

Defence & Security News - South Korea
 
South Korean Marine Corps has test fire Spike NLOS anti-tank guided missile from SandCat vehicle
In July 2016, The South Korean army has test fire the Israeli Spike anti-tank guided missile from the SandCat vehicle. According the SIPRI Arms Transfers, South Korea has purchased 4 SandCat vehicles and 67 Spike-NLOS in 2011 with the delivery in 2013.
     
In July 2016, The South Korean army has test fire the Israeli Spike anti-tank guided missile from the SandCat vehicle. According the SIPRI Arms Transfers, South Korea has purchased 4 SandCat vehicles and 67 Spike-NLOS in 2011 with the delivery in 2013. Test fire of Spike NLOS anti-tank guided missile from SandCat vehicle by South Korean Marine Corps (Photo credit Republic of Korea Armed Forces)
     
According South Korean military sources, the vehicles are in service with the Marine Corps of South Korean Armed Forces.
 

The Spike NLOS is a Israeli-made multi-purpose, electro-optical missile system manufactured by the Israeli Company Rafael with a real-time wireless data link for ranges up to 25km. The Spike NLOS weapon system is a member of the world renowned Spike Family.

The Spike NLOS weapon system can be operated in either direct attack mode or mid-course navigation mode based on target coordinates. These modes enable the defeat of long-range hidden targets with pinpoint precision, damage assessment and the obtaining of real-time intelligence.

Spike NLOS can also be supplied with various warheads especially suited to urban and high intensity conflicts (heat, fragmentation, PBF, PBF/F).

The SandCat vehicles were delivered to the Souh Korean M0arine Corps in 2013. This vehiccle is manufactured by the Israeli Company Plasan.

The Plasan Sandcat is a multirole light protected vehicle which can be used by law enforcement, SWAT and special forces, peacekeeping, homeland security, border patrol units and able to perform a wide range of military and security missions.

In 2015, Plasan has delivered its SandCat in police configuration to the the Colombian Ministries of Defense and Transportation, the Army and the National Police.

In September 2015, during the defene exhibition MSPO in Poland, Plasan has announced a contract of $6.56 million to provide modified SandCat 4x4 armoured vehicles for the Polish Military Police Special Unit.

In 2011, the Israeli company Plasan has won a bid of approximately $35 million to supply some 250 armored vehicles Sandact to the Mexican ministry of defense.

Now the Sandcat vehicle becomes one of the most popular vehicle in the world used by Police and armed forces all over the world. The Sandcat is now in service with Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Israel, Mexico, Nigeria, Sweden and South Korea.
 

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