FNSS and Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries sign contract for Anti-Tank Vehicle Project 62906162

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FNSS and Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries sign contract for Anti-Tank Vehicle Project
Contract negotiations held with FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.S. in relation to the Anti-Tank Vehicle Project, which were initiated by the Defense Industry Executive Committee’s decision taken on March 9, 2016, have recently been concluded, and the project contract was officially signed on June 27, 2016, at a ceremony held in the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries.
     
FNSS and-Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries sign contract for Anti Tank Vehicle Project 640 001
The FNSS PARS 4x4 will probably be used as the basis for the project’s wheeled type anti-tank vehicle (Photo FNSS)
     
The project will involve the integration of anti-tank missiles within the Turkish Land Forces inventory on armored vehicles equipped with anti-tank turrets developed specifically for the project. A total of 260 Anti-Tank Vehicles will be procured within the scope of the project, including both tracked and wheeled vehicles.

The anti-tank guided missile system turrets will be developed with modern Fire and Command-Control capabilities. In addition to their ready-to-fire anti-tank guided missiles each turret will be equipped with a 7.62 machine gun.

FNSS plans to use the lightest member of the KAPLAN vehicle family as the platform for the tracked type vehicle of the Anti-Tank Vehicles project, while considering the PARS 4x4 as the basis for the project’s wheeled type anti-tank vehicle.
     
FNSS and-Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries sign contract for Anti Tank Vehicle Project 640 002
FNSS plans to use the lightest member of the KAPLAN vehicle family as the platform for the tracked type vehicle of the Anti-Tank Vehicles project (Photo FNSS)
     
In addition to having ballistic and mine protection, the amphibious tracked and wheeled Anti-Tank Vehicles will be capable of conducting joint operations with armored units, and have a modular mechanical and electronic infrastructure that enables rapid adaptation of future potential requirements.

Within the scope of this project; Design, development and prototype qualification processes will be completed in 2018; and in the following two-year period, serial production of 260 each Anti-Tank vehicles shall be completed and delivered to Turkish Land Forces.
 

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