Anti-structure weapons and training grenades are on the shopping list of Malaysian army special forces.
MRZR spotted on Singaporean roads
Singapore special forces are likely operators of the Polaris MRZR all-terrain vehicle, after one was seen under tow on a Singapore public road. The vehicle was an MRZR D4, the four-seater version of the vehicle family.
When queried by Shephard, Singapore’s Ministry of Defence declined to comment.
However, it was reported in early 2020 that interoperability of tactical vehicles was discussed at the Pacific Area Special Operations Conference hosted by the US Special Operations Command Pacific. At that time, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand were named as Polaris users.
If correct, the MRZR D4 will presumably be utilised by …
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