Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Ukraine to get more German-made anti-armour weapon systems

Ukraine’s Armed Forces will receive more anti-armour weapon systems from Germany, according to the Milirarnyi

On March 29, Milirarnyi reported that the Ukrainian Army will soon receive German Wirkmittel RGW90 multi-purpose shoulder-launched weapons, also known as MATADOR.

The German Ministry of Economy agreed on a request for export to Ukraine on March 18, and the weapon has already left the Dynamit Nobel Defence GmbH’s warehouses, according to a report.

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The modern MATADOR weapon uses a 90mm warhead, being operable from very short range (20m) up to double the current combat effective range of comparable weapons, reaching up to 1,200 meters.

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The MATADOR’s projectile is claimed to be insensitive to wind due to its propulsion system, which results in a highly accurate weapon system.

Dynamit Nobel Defence says the MATADOR family is the infantryman´s ultimate set of instruments for winning on a complex battlefield.

As noted by the company, it´s a complete toolbox of shoulder-launched infantry weapon systems giving dismounted forces the edge over any opponent – in all operational scenarios and climatic environments.

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