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BAE SA / IGG UAE Agrab MK2 120mm Mobile Mortar System

The Agrab MK2 is a South African designed 120mm Mobile Mortar System. It is derived from the BAE RG-31 base combined with the Singapore Technologies Kinetics 120mm Super Rapid Advanced Mortar System. It includes navigation and GPS units as well.

The vehicle has mine and ballistic protection. For self-protection it has a .50 calibre rifle and grenade launchers.

A total of 46 bombs can be stored in the carousels. It has a firing range from 8km – and a maximum of over 12km – depending on whether HE or standard Rheinmetall Denel Munitions mortar ammunition is used.

The final product is a joint venture between BAE SA and IGG in the United Arab Emirates. As of 2016 UAE had taken delivery of 96 units.


🇦🇪UAE Agrab MK2 MMS

BAE Systems Land Systems South Africa RG-32M MRAP

The RG-32 Scout is a family of mine-resistant 4×4 light armoured vehicles made by BAE Systems Land Systems South Africa(formerly Land Systems OMC) in South Africa. It is based on the RG-31, which is already deployed worldwide with peace-keeping, security and combat forces. The combat weight of the vehicle is about 7,300 kg and it has the capacity to carry a crew of 5 to 7. The vehicle crew is protected against 5.56×45mm NATO ball ammunitiongrenadesfirebombsanti-personnel mines and side blasts. The five-seat version also offers protection against anti-tank mines and side blasts. Up to two RG-32Ms can be transported in a C-130 cargo aircraft.

Main Photo: 🇸🇪Swedish Defence Force


🇮🇪Irish Defence Force RG-Outrider variant