Jackal 1 force protected patrol vehicle Supacat Babcock Marine information description identificatio

 
 
Jackal 1 Supacat Force Protected Patrol Vehicle
 
 
The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles.
 
 
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Description 
The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles.
Variants :
Jackal 2: provides enhanced levels of crew protection.
 
 
Technical data
Armament
The Jackal 1 also boasts a significant amount of firepower, mounting a 7.62 mm GPMG on the crew protection which is operated by the Commander of the vehicle, and either a 12.7 mm machine gun, 40 mm grenade launcher or another heavy or light machine gun can be fitted to the ring mount operated by the Top Gunner.
Protection
The protection crew of the Jackal 1 is afforded by the Blast and Ballistic protection systems supplied by Jankal Armouring, in addition to the ECM suites fitted as standard to the vehicle. Besides, the Jackal 1 can be provided with an add-on armor kit which increases the vehicle's weight above 6 tons.
Propulsion
The Jackal 1 is powered by a 5.9 liters Cummins ISBe Euro3 engine.
Accessories
The Jackal 1 can be fitted with the BOWMAN communications equipment.
 
Specifications
 
Armament
7.62 GPMG, 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun or 40mm Grenade Machine Gun
Country users
United Kingdom
Designer Company
Supacat and Babcock Marine
Accessories
Bowman communication system
Armor
Blast and Ballistic protection
Weight
6,650 kg
Speed
130 km/h
Range
800 km
 
 
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The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles.
The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles.
   
The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles. The Jackal 1 4x4, is a weapons-mounted patrol vehicles purchased by the United Kingdom under a June 2007 Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its performs a long-range surveillance and reconnaissance role and supplements but does not replace the Land Rover fleet. The vehicle is manufactured by Babcock Marine from a Supacat Ltd designe. Compared to other similar vehicles fielded by the United Kingdom Armed Forces, the Jackal drive tactical vehicle will offer greater firepower, payload, range and mobility. The UK Ministry of Defense purchased 130 MWMIK/Jackal vehicles to supplement Land Rover-based vehicles to be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan beginning in early 2008. As of April 2008, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans call for the procurement of 200 vehicles.
 
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