IDEF 2021: Roketsan MBRL Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher proved integration abilities


Roketsan’s Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher (MBRL) System ensures the accurate and timely engagement of critical targets at ranges of up to 280 km. Having achieved export success in two countries, the system is also standing out based on its proven capabilities on the battlefield.
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Roketsan’s Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher (MBRL) (Picture source: Army Recognition)


MBRL provides high efficiency in the field with its technological infrastructure and its ability to be used 24/7 in all-weather and terrain conditions. Designed with the ability to quickly deploy and change positions, it also offers the user a ready-to-fire force with a very short firing preparation time.

New missile systems can also be integrated into the MBRL in line with the requirements, alongside the TR-122, TRB-122, TRG-122, TRLG-122, TRG-230, TRLG-230, TRG-300, TRGK-300 and KHAN rockets and missiles that it is already capable of firing. With the integration of TRLG-122 and TRLG-230, the system is displayed for the first time at IDEF ’21.

An MBRL battery includes one Command & Control Vehicle, six Launcher Vehicles, six Ammo Supply Vehicles, one Meteorology Vehicle, one Maintenance and Repair Vehicle, and other necessary mission support vehicles. The number and type of vehicles can also be customized according to user requirements.

One of the most important features Roketsan offers with this system is the ability to integrate the Command and Control System and Weapon Management System of the MBRL battery with other systems. Information can be transferred to the system instantly from target acquisition elements such as target acquisition radars or unmanned aerial vehicles.

For the system that can fire rockets and missiles over distances of 10–280 km, Roketsan signed its first export contract in 2014 followed by another in 2019. Logistics support services are ongoing as the deliveries under the first contract are being completed.


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Roketsan’s Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher (MBRL) (Picture source: Army Recognition)


 

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