Saturday, June 22, 2024

Kazakhstan buy «Spartan» Armored Vehicles for the use by Special Response Team

Kazakhstan buy some amount of «Spartan» 4×4 Armored Vehicles  for the use by Special Response Team.

During the event President of Kazakhstan – Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces Nursultan Nazarbayev looked around the facilities of the Center of military and methodical training. During the exercise was to show work Special Response Team with new «Spartan» 4×4 Armored Vehicles by the Streit Group.

Spartan  is a multi-functional LAV (Light Armored Vehicle) designed and built by the Streit Group’s.


Spartan 4×4 Armored Personnel Carrier can be deployed for various missions, peace keeping operations and convoy escort. Impressive power and handling make Spartan equally suited to urban and off-road deployment, the vehicle offers excellent protection against both ballistic and blast threats with crew compartment protection of CEN Level BR6 armor in various applications ranging from a battle field ambulance up to a fully armed direct fire vehicle.

STREIT Group offers a wide range of extra additional features which can be integrated on the vehicle during manufacturing phase-guaranteeing total compatibility STREIT include: rocket launch systems, remote-controlled weapon stations, smoke-grenade launchers, night-vision high speed camera, fully integrated intercoms systems.

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