AMZ and CMI Defense unveil the new FSV Fire Support Armoured Vehicle WILK at MSPO 2012 0309121

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International Defence Industry Exhibition

3 - 6 September 2012
Kielce, Poland
 
WZM and CMI Defense at MSPO 2012
 
 
Monday, September 3, 2012, 07:25 PM
 
AMZ and CMI Defense unveil the new FSV Fire Support Armoured Vehicle WILK at MSPO 2012.
At the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO 2012 in Poland, the Polish Company AMZ and the Belgian Company CMI Defence present a new joint product the WILK FSV (Fire Support Vehicle) which is based on the Rosomak 8x8 chassis equipped with the CT-CV 105 mm turret systems.
     
At the International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO 2012 in Poland, the Polish Company AMZ and the Belgian Company CMI Defence present a new joint product the WILK FSV (Fire Support Vehicle) which is based on the Rosomak 8x8 chassis equipped with the CT-CV 105 mm turret systems.
WILK FSV Fire Support vehicle at International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO 2012
     

The WILK FSV is designed to provide support to other types of military units at the same time it can independently counter ground targets, aircraft and ships. The combination of excellent performance of the Belgian CMI Defense CT-CV 105 mm turret with superior mobility and reliability of the AMV Rosomak which is proven in combat provide an effective weapon against a broad spectrum of threats on the modern battlefield.

The Rosomak (Wolverine in Polish) is 8x8 multi-role armoured vehicle based on the AMV Patria and produced by the Polish Company WZM S.A. The Rosomak features major changes from the original Patria AMV, such as the ability to be transported by military transport aircraft C-130 Hercules and can cross water obstacles.

The new Wilk is fitted with a Belgian CT-CV two-man turret equipped with a 105 mm calibre gun, compatible with all standard 105mm NATO ammunition (including the latest "smart" ammunition and FALARICK 105 missiles). The secondary armament includes 7.62 mm coaxial or 12.7 mm pintle-mounted machine gun.

The CT-CV turret is fully stabilized with effectively hitting moving targets while on the move, with a maximum range of up to 5000 m. The turret is also equipped with latest generation day-night observation system and multi target designation process (Hunter-Killer capability).

The CT-CV turret provides a crew protection up to Level 4 (STANAG 4569) with add-on armour and protection against NBC contamination.

 

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