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Poland to build artillery force

11th February 2015 - 15:08 GMT | by Tim Fish in London

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As part of the Poland Armed Forces (PAF) vision for 2030 to modernise their land forces, the Polish Army is to introduce six new artillery systems through to 2025.

Plans for new artillery ‘modules’ are being undertaken to provide fire support out to 300km and they are being based around a series of platforms. Lt Col Piotr Kosinski told delegates at an International Armoured Vehicles conference in January,

The first type of artillery unit is to be centred on the 6x6 truck-mounted HOMAR Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) that has a range of 300km and the 6x6 truck-mounted Kryl 155mm

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