Czech Artillery vehicles and weapon systems of Czech Republic
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The Dana also known as the Samohybná Kanónová Húfnica vzor 77 (ShKH vz. 77), is a 152mm 8x8 self-propelled howitzer that was developed in the late 1970s to respond to a request for the Czech army for a new mobile artillery system. The vehicle was designed and manufactured by the Czech Company ZTS and entered in service with the Czech army in 1981.

The RM-70 is a 122mm MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) designed and manufactured by the Czech Republic. The vehicle was developed to replace the old RM-51. The vehicle which has the NATO designation of M1972 was first seen in 1972 during a military parade in Czechoslovakia.

The RM-70 Vampir is a modernized version of the standard RM-70 122 MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) designed and manufactured in the Czech Republic by the Excalibur Army. The first prototype of the RM-70 Vampir was manufactured in February 2015 and successful gunnery trials were held in October 2015.

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