Kazakhstan signs agreement for SARP-Dual RCWS
Aselsan announced on 20 April that it had signed a new contract with Kazakhstan to supply its SARP-DualAdvanced Remote Controlled Stabilized Weapon Station (RCWS).
The Turkish company has strong links with Kazakhstan via its Kazakhstan Aselsan Engineering subsidiary, which was established to increase ‘manufacturing capacity in order to meet Kazakhstan’s military and civilian needs’.
The SARP-Dual RCWS can be integrated on a range of land or naval platforms with varying configurations and calibres.
More than 20 armed forces use the system globally.
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