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MSPO 2019: Polish Rosomak and Borsuk vehicles ‘stretched’ for success

3rd September 2019 - 14:30 GMT | by Tim Martin in Kielce

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Polish land capabilities are to be given a boost by Northrop Grumman’s Mk44 Stretch canon, which it will integrate on a fleet of 200 previously unarmed Rosomak and Borsuk amphibious tracked IFVs.

In order to progress with the two programmes, the manufacturer is working with a number of Polish supply chain partners, including Rosomak turret designer HSW to deliver greater lethality.

‘[To complete the integration] it’s now just a matter of getting all the players on the same platform and then testing it as a complete system rather than just the cannon itself,’ a Northrop Grumman spokesperson explained.

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