VURAN Armored Vehicle Entered the Service of Amphibious Marine Corps

VURAN Armored Vehicle Entered the Service of Amphibious Marine Corps
VURAN Armored Vehicle Entered the Service of Amphibious Marine Corps
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Images of the moment when Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar addressed the amphibious marines at TCG BAYRAKTAR, shared on the Twitter account of the Ministry of National Defense. During Minister Akar's address to the personnel of the landing ship TCG BAYRAKTAR, a member of the Amphibious Task Group Command, it was seen that BMC production Vuran TTZAs were included in the inventory as well as Cobra II TTZAs. It was not publicly known before that the Naval Forces Command ordered the Vuran TTZA for the Amphibious Marine Infantry Brigade. In July 2018, Cobra II TTZAs were seen entering the Brigade inventory.

The BMC production VURAN multi-purpose 2019×4 Tactical Wheeled Armored Vehicle (TTZA), which started to enter the inventory of the Turkish Armed Forces in 4, has thus been put into service in the Amphibious Marine Infantry Brigade of the Naval Forces Command. Finally, according to the given statement in November 2019, 230+ VURAN TTZAs were delivered to the Land Forces Command. Vuran TTZA, which was actively used by our security units in Operation Spring Shield and Operation Peace Spring, was to be delivered to Land Forces Command, Gendarmerie General Command and Coast Guard Command in total, 713 units. There was no announced procurement for the Naval Forces Command.

Multipurpose Armored Vehicle Shoot 4 × 4 developed by BMC; It stands out with its 9-person carrying capacity, high protection and mobility. In addition, Vuran 4 × 4 monocoque armored cabin and windows provide protection against mine and ballistic threats with its shock absorbing seats. Kicker; It also stands out with its front and rear camera, automatic fire extinguishing system, central tire inflation feature, and the option of remote controlled automatic weapon station.

Within the scope of combating terrorism and border missions with the Tactical Wheeled Armored Vehicles (TTZA) Project; For the KKK, 512 pieces, which will be able to perform the tasks of sensitive point or facility protection, patrol between police stations, convoy protection, region, point and road discovery, physical border security, J.Gn.K. It is planned to supply a total of 200 BMC Hitting TTZAs, 1 for the Coast Guard and 713 for the Coast Guard Command.

Source: defenceturk

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