Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Indonesian «Badak» Armoured Fire Support Vehicle Underwent Successful Test Firing

Indonesian «Badak» armoured fire support vehicle with a locally built Cockerill 90P turret underwent successful test firing. The activities that are part of the certification process by the Office of Research and Development Army (Dislitbang AD) it lasts between 10 to December 12, 2015 at the Education Center Infantry (Pusdikif), Cipatat, Bandung regency, West Java.

“We are grateful that the test firing Dislitbang assessed by the Army is working well,” said President Director of PT Pindad Silmy Karim in Bandung, Sunday (13/12).

The «Badak» test-fired using 19 large-caliber munitions. Panzer made in the nation’s children perform a series of test material. The first test is entered into the midpoint of the target to make use of the 10 points munitions.


The «Badak» ( Rhino ) is a armoured fire support vehicle 6×6 for light to medium territorial defense and tactical reconnaissance. It was developed by a Indonesian state-owned enterprise specializing in military and commercial products PT Pindad (Persero).

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Dylan Malyasov
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