Excalibur Army unveils the RM-70 Vampire 4D 122mm self-propelled MLRS at IDEX 2017 52202173

 
 
 
Army Recognition
IDEX 2017 Official Online Show Daily News Media Partner
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
19 - 23 February 2017
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
 
Excalibur Army at IDEX 2017
 
 
Excalibur Army unveils the RM-70 Vampire 4D 122mm self propelled MLRS at IDEX 2017
The Czech company Excalibur Army unveiled its new self-propelled MLRS: the RM-70 Vampire 4D at IDEX 2017, n the CzechoSlovakian Group's (CSG) stand.
     
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The RM-70 Vampire 4D is based on a Tatra T-815-7 8x8 tr. 1R chassis (Photo Army Recognition)
     

The RM 70 Vampire 4D 122 mm Multiple Rocket Launcher is the latest upgraded variant of the oiginal Czechosloakian Army version of the RM-70 and a heavier version of the BM-21 Grad MLRS. This system respresents the third upgraded variant of RM-70 recently designed and manufactured by Excalibur Army.

The rocket launcher and the reloading device are mounted on a TATRA T-815-7 8x8 tr. 1R chassis with left hand drive, electronic shift control with semi-automatic or manual modes and air suspension. Sighting is ensured by means of dependent PG-1M sight, laying onto target is electrically powered or may be performed manually. Rockets may be fired individually or in volleys.

The vehicle weight (including the crew and 80 rockets) is about 25 tons, the maximum firing range is 40,200 meters and the total area impacted by a volley of 40 rockets is up to 70 ha.

     

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The RM-70 Vampire 4D can fire up to 40 rockets in a volley and carry another batch of 40 rockets (Photo Army Recognition)

 

 

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