K10 ARV Ammunition resupply armoured vehicle
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The K10 ARV is an ammunition resupply vehicle responsible for re-arming the K9 Thunder. It is built upon the K9's chassis. Conventional munitions carrier/replenished for field artillery units are often wheeled cargo trucks that can be hampered by rough terrain and harsh environment, as well as crews who have to expose themselves and manhandle the shells, making them vulnerable to counter battery fire. The K10 ARV is comparable to a cargo truck, with more mobility to off-road terrrain and with high level protection which is the same as the K9 Thunder.
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No variants.
Technical data 
The K10 ARV is armed with a 7.62 mm calibre machine gun mounted to the top of the turret.
K10 ARV, comparable to a cargo truck, has a high level of protection which is the same as that of K9 Thunder. K10 protect the internal crews & on-board equipment against 155 mm shell fragments, 14,5 mm armor piercing shells, and anti-personnel mine.
Vehicle is powered by German MTU MT 881 Ka-500 diesel engine, developing 1 000 horsepower. The K10 ARV use the same engine
The reloading process is fully automated, and neither of the crews in the K9 or K10 has to expose them in order to re-arm. The reloading is done through a Munitions Bridge on the K10 that extends out to lock itself into the square hole located at the rear of the K9. This allows for the unit to re-arm itself under harsh conditions where crews' exposure to the environment poses a significant risk, such as nuclear, biological or chemically contaminated areas. In case of NBC Warfare, its sustainable mission is guaranteed by its air purification system and on-board crew gas masks.
One 7.62 mm machine gun.
Country users
South Korea
Designer Company
Samsung Techwin.
Automatic reloader munition for the K9 Thunder self-propelled howitzer
3 soldiers
Protection against 14.5 mm armour piercing shells and 155 mm shell fragments.
47,000 kg
62 km/h
360 km
Lenght, 8,43 m; Width, 3,40 m; Height, 3,56 m
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