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TRT Tactical Remote Turret

TRT Tactical Remote Turret

TRT Tactical Remote Turret

 

TRT is a family of remotely controlled turrets operated by a single gunner, offering self-protection and ground fire support for light armoured vehicles, mine protected vehicles and infantry combat vehicles.

 

With a low weight design philosophy, the system provides the required firepower to high mobility tactical vehicles, also making it suitable for amphibious applications. The family of turrets support various weapon configurations.

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Platforms & Services has key positions in the land and maritime sectors, designing, developing, producing and supporting platforms, naval weaponry and munitions, as well as protective wear and armor. P&S operates in the US, the UK, South Africa, and Sweden with markets in more than 40 countries.

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