Saturday, June 15, 2024

Serbia Unveils New Milosh 4×4 Armoured Multi-Purpose Combat Vehicle at IDEX 2017

Serbia’s Yugoimport-SDPR unveiled the Milosh BOV M16 armoured multi-purpose combat vehicle at IDEX 2017 exhibition.

The Milosh BOV M16 is a new tactical armoured combat vehicle designed and manufactured by Yugoimport-SDPR in SDPR “Complex Battle Systems” factory in Velika Plana, Serbia.

The BOV M16 vehicle features a V-shaped hull design, integrating floating floor plates and blast mitigation seating to provide protection against mines and improvised explosive devices (IED).

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The base vehicle has a length of 5.42m, width of 2.48m and height of 2.3m. Its gross weight ranges between 12,000kg and 14,000kg.

The Milosh has a maximum speed of 110km/h and a cruising range of 600km. The vehicle is motorized with a Cummins ISB 300 developing 300 hp..

The armament of the Milosh consists of one remotely operated weapon station located on the roof of vehicle which is armed with a 12.7mm machine gun. To increase the self-protection of the vehicle, six 82mm smoke grenade launchers are mounted at the rear top part of the troops compartment.

The BOV M16 4X4 is an ideal platform for various applications such as “Reconnaissance”, “Command and Control” and “Homeland Security”. Ergonomic design makes operations easy.

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