French Company Acmat unveils new generation of armoured vehicle at GDA 2011 Bastion Patsas 1312112

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GDA 2011 Gulf Defense Aerospace exhibition show daily news pictures photos video information description exhibitors visitors Kuwait army land forces Kuwaiti defence industry military technology
 
GDA 2011
Gulf Defence & Aerospace Exhibition and Conference
Kuwait City
, Kuwait
12 - 14 December 2011
 
ACMAT at GDA 2011
 
 
Tuesday, December 13, 2011, 04:52 PM
 
French Company Acmat unveils new generation of armoured vehicle at GDA 2011 the Bastion Patsas
At the Defence and Aerospace Exhibition in Kuwait, GDA 2011, the French Defence Company Acmat presents for the first time a new range of wheeled armoured vehicle which is based on the armoured personnel carrier Acmat BASTION but with open top crew compartment, the BASTION PATSAS.
     
At the Defence and Aerospace Exhibition in Kuwait, GDA 2011, the French Defence Company Acmat presents for the first time a new range of wheeled armoured vehicle which is based on the armoured personnel carrier Acmat BASTION but with open top crew compartment, the BASTION PATSAS.
The Bastion PATSAS at the GDA 2011 Defence & Aerospace exhibition in Kuwait
     
Based on 60 years of military experience in the rugged and hostile environment of Africa and Middle-East, the new BASTION PATSAS is specifically designed to meet the high levels of mobility, armour protection, payload and survivability in the most extreme driving conditions. Open-shell, V-shaped and armoured 4WD, this tactical off-roader is designed for deep patrol, fast attack and close combat operations.

Open-top, this special feature allows the deployment of heavy weapon and missile platforms, the fitting of reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition systems as well as performing check-point missions and any special operations.

The features of the BASTION PATSAS combine the famous rigid all-welded steel chassis and field-proven technologies to challenge all the current and future theaters of operations.

Several armed forces around the world have shown interest for Bastion PATSAS with requests for evaluation and trial tests.
     
Open-top, this special feature allows the deployment of heavy weapon and missile platforms, the fitting of reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition systems as well as performing check-point missions and any special operations.
The Bastion PATSAS rear view of the open top crew compartment
 
 

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