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Thailand Unveils New 155 mm Truck Mounted Howitzer

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The Thai military’s Weapon Industry Centre unveils new Autonomous Truck-Mounted Gun (ATMG) caliber of 155 mm/52 mounted on 10-tonne TATRA 6×6 truck.

Joint with Center for Artillery Weapons, they have made improvement program of the ATMOS artillery in a series of Israeli company Elbit Systems which has a range of 40 km.

This new mobile howitzer will be active in the 721st Artillery Battalion of the Royal Thai Army to replace the M-109A5.


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