Excalibur Army from Czech Republic unveils new rocket artillery system Vampir at Eurosatory 2016 11306164

 
Eurosatory 2016 Official news online coverage report show daily pictures video International Exhibition of Land Defence & Security army military equipment Paris France industry technology
 
Eurosatory 2016
Defence & Security International Exhibition
Official News online with Editorial and Web TV
Paris
, France
13 - 17 June 2016
 
Excalibur RM-70 Vampir at Eurosatory 2016
 
 
Excalibur Army from Czech Republic unveils new rocket artillery system Vampir at Eurosatory 2016
The Czech Company Excalibur Army unveils new upgrade of old RM-70 Grad MLRS (Multiple launch Rocket System) under the name of RM-70 Vampir. Many military forces retired their rocket artillery systems in past few years. However, recent conflicts show that they are still in demand. EXCALIBUR ARMY offers Vampirs as a modern system with high combat value and a very attractive price tag.
     
The Czech Company Excalibur Army unveils new upgrade of old RM-70 Grad MLRS (Multiple launch Rocket System) under the name of RM-70 Vampir. Many military forces retired their rocket artillery systems in past few years. However, recent conflicts show that they are still in demand. EXCALIBUR ARMY offers Vampirs as a modern system with high combat value and a very attractive price tag. New Excalibur Army RM-70 Vampir rocket artillery system at Eurosatory 2016, the international land and airland defence and security exhibition in Paris, France.
     

The original RM-70 was installed on Tatra T-813 chassis. The new Vampir, however, utilizes a completely new platform Tatra T-815-7. The new chassis is fitted with an armoured cabin with biological and chemical weapons protection capability, which also enables the installation of additional ballistic protection.

The vehicle is propelled with an eight-cylinder Tatra T3C engine with 270 kW output, which is assisted by a Tatra 10 TS 210 N gearbox with semi-automatic TATRA NORGREN drive system and additional gearbox Tatra 2.30TRS. Vampir’s range is about 1000 km with a maximum speed of up to 90 kph.

The Vampir rocket launcher is capable of deploying concentrated bursts of fire into larger areas occupied by the enemy and destroy personnel as well as combat machinery. It allows single or multiple rocket fire modes. The rocket launching is carried out by an operator in the vehicle´s cabin or from a nearby shelter with a remote control device.

The Vampir is equipped with a bundle of 40,122mm pods which are loaded while the vehicle is in cruise configuration. Another 40 rockets are placed in the loading mechanism of the rocket launcher, so the immediate firing capacity is 80 rockets.
     
The Czech Company Excalibur Army unveils new upgrade of old RM-70 Grad MLRS (Multiple launch Rocket System) under the name of RM-70 Vampir. Many military forces retired their rocket artillery systems in past few years. However, recent conflicts show that they are still in demand. EXCALIBUR ARMY offers Vampirs as a modern system with high combat value and a very attractive price tag.
 

 

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