Norway orders Leguan bridge layer systems
Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) has signed an agreement with the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency to deliver Leguan bridge layer systems.
Under the agreement, six Leguan bridge layer systems on Leopard 2 chassis will be supplied, along with training simulators and a peripheral package.
The Leguan bridge laying system can be mounted on various tracked and wheeled chassis. It consists of a mechanism for transporting and laying either a 26m MLC80 bridge or two 14m MLC80 bridges, both of which can support loads weighing up to 72t.Delivery will start in summer 2022.
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