30 April 2009

Royal Malaysian Army Special Forces to Receive SAM Systems

7 Maret 2002
Baktar Shikan anti tank guided weapon installed on ACV-300 tracked vehicle (photo : Perajurit)

Malaysia expects to receive later this year anti-tank and manportable air-defence systems ordered from Pakistan to equip the Royal Malaysian Army (RMA) special forces.

Anza Mk II of the Royal Malaysia Army (photo : Militaryphotos)

The contract has an overall value of some RM80 million ($21.3 million). This includes RM30.8 million for a quantity of Baktar Shikan anti-tank missile weapon systems and RM48.6 million for a quantity of Anza Mk II shoulder-launched low-altitude surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems.

Sumber : Janes

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