Turkish Company FNSS to showcase ACV-19 120mm self-propelled mortar carrier at DSA 2014 2004143

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DSA 2014
The 14Th Defence Services Asia Exhibition & Conference
Kuala Lumpur
, Malaysia
14 - 17 April 2014
 
FNSS ACV-19 120mm mortar carrier at DSA 2014
 
 
Sunday, April 20, 2014 10:48 AM
 
Turkish Company FNSS to showcase ACV-19 120mm self-propelled mortar carrier at DSA 2014.
At DSA 2014, defense exhibition in Malaysia, the Turkish Company is showcased its ACV-19 in mortar carrier variant, armed with a 120mm mortar mounted at the rear of the hull and inside the vehicle. This vehicle is a member of the ACV-19 (Armored Combat Vehicles), a 15-19 ton class modern high performance vehicles derived from the highly successful FNSS ACV.
     
At DSA 2014, defense exhibition in Malaysia, the Turkish Company is showcased its ACV-19 in mortar carrier variant, armed with a 120mm mortar mounted at the rear of the hull and inside the vehicle. This vehicle is a member of the ACV-19 (Armored Combat Vehicles), a 15-19 ton class modern high performance vehicles derived from the highly successful FNSS ACV.
FNSS ACV-19 SPM120 at DSA 2014 Defense Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
     

The ACV-19 120mm mortar carrier incorporates all of the mobility, reliability improvements of the ACV-19, including powertrain, engine diagnostics, driver's station, and electrical system.

The ACV-19 SPM120 variant is a self-propelled mortar configuration to provide indirect fire support. The ACV-19 mortar carrier has a 120mm mortar mounted on turntable in the rear which fires through a large hatch in the roof. For its self-protection a 7.62mm machine is mounted at the front top of the hull.

It has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander/gunner and mortar crew.

The ACV-19 chassis is a derivative of the ACV-15 FoVs which is already in the inventory of Malaysian, United Arab Emirates and Philippines Armed Forces. The ACV-19 has been in service as "Command Post" and "120 mm Mortar" vehicle configurations in two different countries.

The differences between ACV-15 and ACV-19 consist primarily of a longer (stretched) hull (6 road wheels), heavy duty final drives, more aggressive suspension. The ACV-19 offers more volume under armour, more payload capacity than ACV. This means that the ACV-19 chassis can carry high payloads such as greater payload turrets, and still provide the comparable performance as a standard ACV-15. In addition, it is 90% spare parts commonality to ACV-15.

The ACV-19 chassis are provided with a unique, space laminated armor system combining steel and aluminium technology to provide a high level of armor protection against direct KE threats. Also, the hull provides protection against mines.

     
At DSA 2014, defense exhibition in Malaysia, the Turkish Company is showcased its ACV-19 in mortar carrier variant, armed with a 120mm mortar mounted at the rear of the hull and inside the vehicle. This vehicle is a member of the ACV-19 (Armored Combat Vehicles), a 15-19 ton class modern high performance vehicles derived from the highly successful FNSS ACV.
A 120mm automatic mortar is mounted at the rear part of the hull.
 

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