Proforce unveils newly designed 9-ton PF Viper MRAP vehicle


A newly designed Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles produced by Proforce was unveiled during the Research and Development Exhibition that took place at the Chief of Army Staff Annual Conference in Abuja on 6th December 2021. This event happened just after the Nigerian Army took delivery of new Bigfoot Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles and Type 89 Infantry Fighting Vehicles from China.
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Proforce PF Viper MRAP (Picture source: Proforce)


The Nigerian Army has a fleet of Proforce MRAP vehicles in its inventory which have helped the troops carry out successful operations to deny terrorists of freedom of operation in the Northeast region of Nigeria. Proforce has even exported many MRAPs to other nations in Africa, namely the Republic of Chad.

The Proforce PF Viper is a Fast Attack Infantry Assault Vehicle (IAV). It is the latest design by the Proforce Team to address the need of the Armed Forces for a fast-moving, lightweight, easy-to-maintain, and multi-terrain vehicle. It has remarkable ballistic protection, good ricocheting capability, superior mobility as well as a modular design adaptable to various missions. The optimized body angles of its structure grant PF Viper an excellent level of built-in survivability.

The Proforce PF Viper is integrated with a fully independent suspension system. The monocoque body structure and optimized sidewall angles are designed to increase the ballistic protection of the vehicle.


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Inauguration of the new Proforce PF Viper MRAP (Picture source: Proforce)


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Proforce PF Viper MRAP and other vehicles manufactured by Proforce (Picture source: Proforce)


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Proforce PF Viper MRAP (Picture source: Proforce)


 

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