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Turkey will buy more EJDER YALCIN Armoured Combat Vehicles

Turkey will buy additional 50 EJDER YALCIN Armoured Combat Vehicles developed by the «Nurol Machinery».

ASELSAN with Nurol Machinery and under the requirements of the General Directorate of Security in Industry SARP total value of Remote Controlled Weapon System to supply the on 04.27.2016 signed a contract for 29 million 160 thousand euros for new  EJDER YALCIN Armoured Combat Vehicles.

Deliveries under the contract in question will be held in 2016.

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Ejder Yalçın 4X4, satisfies the operational requirements of military units and security forces in rural and urban areas. Ejder Yalçın 4X4  is a dynamic, agile, modular, versatile, easy care and low maintenance combat vehicle having high ballistic protection including mine blast under all environmental conditions and off-road

By its high payload capacity up to 4 tons, various types of weapon systems and payloads can be integrated to Ejder Yalçın 4X4. Ejder Yalçın 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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