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DSA12: PT Pindad displays new Malaysian APC

17th April 2012 - 03:29 GMT | by Ian Kemp in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


PT Pindad, the Indonesian state-owned defence company, is displaying its Panser Anoa 6x6 APC at DSA 2012, which it is building to meet an urgent operational requirement developed by the Malaysian Army.

From 2008-2010 PT Pindad built 150 6x6 and four 4x4 variants for the Indonesian Army, developed as a result of the service's peacekeeping experience in East Timor,  and the vehicle has since equipped the Indonesian mechanised battalion deployed with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL). The Malaysian requirement is for 32 vehicles for use by its 880-strong UNFIL contingent which includes a quick reaction force.


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Ian Kemp


Ian Kemp

Ian Kemp has written extensively on historical and modern defence issues for publications in Europe, …

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