Spanish Navy Marines received its first two Uro VAMTAC ST5.BN3 tactical vehicles 22707152

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Spanish Navy Marines received its first two Uro VAMTAC ST5.BN3 tactical vehicles
The Spanish Marines corps recently took delivery of its first two Uro VAMTAC (Vehículo de Alta Movilidad Táctico), produced by the Spanish company UROVESA. Spain selected the VAMTAC in 2013, under a contract to supply 772 units, in which 99 are to be delivered to the Marines corps.
     
Spanish Marines corps received its first two Uro VAMTAC ST5 BN3  tactical vehicles 640 001Spanish Navy Marines new Uro VAMTAC ST5.BN3 tactical vehicle
     
Among the 772 vehicles purchased in 2013, 519 are intended for the Spanish Army, 78 of them for emergency transport and equipment and 76 for the Spanish Air Force.

The vehicle is specifically designed to operate in any environment, including desert and is fitted with a reinforced armour over previous versions.

The Uro VAMTAC is available in a wide range of versions with different body types. Notable variants include an ambulance vehicle, anti-tank vehicle equipped with TOW or MILAN anti-tank guided missiles and an anti-aircraft vehicle armed with Mistral surface-to-air missiles.

The VAMTAC can be armed with wide ranges of weapons systems such as 7.62mm machine gun and 12.7mm gun, 40mm grenade launchers, anti-tank guided missiles, 81mm mortar, 106mm recoilless rifle or air defence missile systems.

 

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