Video FEINDEF 2021: John Cockeril offers solutions of 30mm and 105mm weapon stations for Spanish army

At FEINDEF 2021, Defense Exhibition in Spain, Jonh Cockerill Defense Espana presents the latest generation of 30 mm and 105mm weapon stations to meet the needs of the Spanish army programs including the Cockerill® 1030 Lightweight 30mm Weapon Station and the Cockerill® 3000 Series turret armed with one 105mm.
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Summary of this video:

The Cockerill 1030 is the latest generation of lightweight and compact weapon station fully designed, developed, and manufactured by the Belgian company John Cockerill. This turret can be easily integrated into any type of wheeled or tracked combat vehicle. She can be configured as a one or two-man turret and is of all-welded aluminum armor that can provide ballistic protection up to Level 4 STANAG 4569. 

The Cockerill 1030 is armed with one 30x173 mm chain gun and one 7.62mm coaxial machine gun. Standard equipment of the turret includes Commander (360°, stabilized) and Gunner sight (TV/IR/LRF). The turret has a traverse of 360° and an elevation from -10° to +70°. 

The Cockerill 3000 series is a modular family of weapon stations designed to be mounted on wheeled and tracked armored and tactical vehicles. The turret is able to be fitted with a wide range of different weapons, optics, and mission systems according to user requirements. The turret can be armed with weapons including automatic cannon 25 mm, 30 mm, 30/40 mm, 35 mm and 50 mm caliber guns, along with direct fire guns of 90 and 105 mm, which are also able to fire anti-tank missiles. The turret is available in manned and unmanned versions. 

The Cockerill 3000 with the Cockerill 105 mm high pressure (HP) gun is fitted with a bustle-mounted automatic loader that holds 16 rounds of 105 mm ammunition in the normal combat configuration. The 105 mm gun can fire all NATO standard 105 mm ammunition. This includes the M1060CV APFSDS-T, M1061 HEAT, M393 A3 HESH, M416 Smoke, and M1204 Canister rounds. The turret is also capable of firing the Falarick gun-launched laser-guided projectile, produced by Ukraine's Luch Design Bureau in association with CMI Defence.

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