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Vrabac short-range UAV is designed for day and night reconnaissance/observation operations, border and coastline patrols, and other surveillance missions, either military or civilian.
Rosoboronexport JSC (part of the Rostec State Corporation) is the organizer of the first-ever single Russian exhibit at the 10th Partner 2021 International Defenсe Exhibition, which is taking place at the Belgrade Fair on October 11-14, 2021.
At Partner 2021, International Defense Exhibition in Serbia, Yugoimport has unveiled the Lazanski, a new 8x8 armored vehicle fully designed and developed in Serbia. The vehicle was displayed at Partner 2021 fitted with a remotely operated weapon armed with one 57mm automatic cannon. In this video, technical review of the new Lazanski wheeled armored vehicle.
The design of this light Remote Weapon Station aims at enabling the crew of an armored vehicle to treat targets located at a distance of up to 1,200 meters. The device is gyrostabilized in two axes, enabling some firing on the move.
The Serbian Militry Technical Insititute unveils its Obad short-range combat quadcopter UAS which can be operated manually or programmed for autonomous operation thanks to GNS navigation.
As reported by Army Recognition last year, on June 17, 2020, the Minister of Defense of Serbia, Alexander Vulin, and the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces, General Milan Moysilovic, took part in the presentation of the new M-20 MRAP 6x6 armored fighting vehicle at the factory of the Zastava Tervo plant (formerly Zastava Kamioni) in Kragujevac.
Further development of the M-77 MLRS concept and LRSVM Morava has given a new modular launcher: Oganj LRSVM M18, with an armored cabin on a FAP 6x6 chassis for close battlefront action and possibilities to launch Košava 1 and Alas missiles along with other unguided rockets and guided missiles with a range of up to 50 km.
Milos-L is a remotely controlled unmanned ground vehicle intended for logistical tasks but also for rescue missions.
Serbian company Yugoimport introduces the latest version of its Lazar 8x8 armored vehicle fitted with a Kereber Remotely Controlled Weapon Station.
The Serbian Military Technical Institute presents four variants of a 4x4 armored vehicle that seems to be the second generation of BOV, intended for infantry, artillery and reconnaissance units. All versions include a C2 module (communication and computer equipment) and a remotely controlled weapon station armed with either a 7.62mm machine gun or a 40mm automatic grenade launcher.
The T18 set is intended for infantry units of the Serbian armed forces for both ballistic protection and carrying various pieces of equipment, including weapon loaders. It enables their optimal distribution on the upper part of the body.
The Serbian defense industry has developed a new upgraded version of the M84 main battle tank, the M-84AS2 which features new improvements in terms of firepower, mobility, protection, and situational awareness. The M84 is based on the Soviet-made T-72 Main Battle Tank (MBT) that was produced under license by Yugoslavia, with many improvements over the original was incorporated to meet the requirements of the Yugoslav Army.
At Partner 2021, defense exhibition in Serbia, Serbian company Yugoimport presents the POS 145, a new generation of light anti-tank missile weapon system designed to destroy tanks, armored vehicles, or fortifications at a distance from 0.4 to 2.5 km.
Serbian company Yugoimport introduces the latest version of its Lazar armored vehicle fitted with a Remote Weapon Station armed with one 2A42 30mm automatic cannon and one 7.62mm 6P7K machine gun. This new version of the Lazar is called Lazar III A1 and was displayed for the first time to the public during the Partner 2021, defense exhibition in Belgrade, Serbia. .
Today, October 12, 2021, the Serbian company Yugoimport has unveiled its new 8x8 armored vehicle called LAZANSKI during the Partner 2021 defense exhibition that takes place in Belgrade, Serbia. The vehicle is designed using the latest innovations and technologies in terms of firepower, protection, and mobility.
Large-caliber long-range rifle 20x110mm Sarac 99 has been designed to neutralize and destroy a wide range of targets, mainly materiel.
Serbian Military Technical Institute unveils its Pegasus multirole UAV at Partner 2021. Pegasus is a surveillance, intelligence and reconnaissance drone that can be armed with two missiles for strike missions.
Pasars 4 gun Silo Strela-2M is a dual air defense system combining a Bofors 40mm L70 gun and 4 missile launchers, integrated on a Yugoimport FAP 2228 6x6 chassis. The vehicle is intended to protect troops and convoys on the move, units during a combat operation, as well as facilities against air attacks carried on by cruise missiles, drones, attack helicopters, etc.
The Milosh BOV M16 4x4 is a multi-purpose armored vehicle fully developed and produced by the Serbian state-owned defense company Yugoimport SDPR. It was unveiled at IDEX 2017 International Defence Exhibition and Conference in Abu Dhabi. This vehicle can be used either for patrol missions, reconnaissance, as a command vehicle, transportation and support, ambulance, anti-terrorism, etc.
At Partner 2021, the Serbian Military Technical Institute is unveiling its Multispectral Camouflage Vehicle Kit M-21B that provides camouflage in the visible, infrared and radar range of the electromagnetic spectrum to a vehicle, either static or on the move.
Serbian designer and manufacturer is pushing further in the segment of gyrocopters with its newly-designed 4-seat Jastreb 4.
Lazar III is the latest version of the Lazar armored vehicle family of armed personnel carriers designed and manufactured by Serbian company Yugoimport. It is designed for various applications and missions.