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IDEX 2017: Sudan upgrades armour

22nd February 2017 - 13:00 GMT | by Tim Fish in Abu Dhabi


Sudan's Army is modernising its armoured vehicles to keep them operational and to provide more power and capability.

At IDEX, Sudan's Military Industrial Corporation was displaying several vehicles from tracked armour, artillery and 4x4 APCs that are all going through an upgrade process.

These include the Khatim-4 armoured missile launcher, Sarsar-2 4x4 APC, Khalifa-2 self-propelled gun, Sarsar-1 4x4 APC, Taka-2 Multiple Rocket Launcher and the Amir reconnaissance vehicle.

The Sarsar-2 is a new model vehicle. MIC manager, Mutasim Dawoud, told Shephard that it uses a KIA 4x4 chassis, which MIC is licensed to manufacture. Dawoud said that it is an

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Tim Fish


Tim Fish

Tim Fish is a special correspondent for Shephard Media. Formerly the editor of Land Warfare …

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