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Czech company promotes its new T-72 Scarab in Asia and the Middle East

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Czech company Excalibur Army has commenced a renewed push to sell its new modernisation package for Soviet-made T-72 main battle tanks in Asia and the Middle East.

According to the company’s officials, Excalibur Army begins to promote the Scarab modernisation package for T-72 main battle tanks onto the market of Asian and Middle East countries.

Main battle tank T-72 is currently still in service in more than 40 countries in various conditions. Battle proven system and reliability rank this MBT into top ten in the world. Scarab is a modernisation package for upgrading systems and subsystems such as reactive armor, optical devices and upgrade of an engine up to 1050hp.

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Scarab is designed for contemporary and assymetric conflicts and also missions against enemy equipped with portable anti-tank weapons such as RPGs or TOWs. Its enhanced crew protection, engine output and observation systems offer wider operational capabilities and longer life cycle.

Scarab presents a great affordable solution both for government procurement and army maintenance agenda with excellent value for money ratio.

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