Saturday, January 23, 2021

International Armored Group to Deliver 8 IAG Jaws APC to Malaysian Police

Malaysian Ministry of Home Affairs  signed contracts worth RM535.7 million for the purchase of new assets.

The assets are two units of Agusta Westland AW139 helicopters and eight units of IAG Jaws Armor PersonnelCarriers (APC) that will be used by the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM).

The IAG Jaws Armored Personnel Carrier  is a vehicle solution specifically designed and engineered to meet the requirements of a high mobility, light weight armored vehicle for military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. It is also well suited as a border patrol vehicle and has earned its reputation of safely transporting troops in high risk regions such as Iraq and Africa.

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If heavier armoring is required, up-armoring kits are also available to enhance vehicle survivability.

LEVEL OF PROTECTION Up to CEN B6/NIJ Level III
CEN B7/NIJ Level IV up-armoring kit available
ENGINE 4.5L V8 Diesel (232hp/453lb-ft)
TRANSMISSION 5-spd Manual
6-spd Automatic
SEATING CAPACITY Up to 8 + 2

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