New Chinese Military (export) vehicles thread

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    Is this the export version of NLOS missile vehicle?
     
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    This reminds me of the British Mobility Weapon-Mounted Installation Kit aka The Jackal they are made to fit in side a Chinook and are used by airborne forces. note the big gun my guess is a 76mm howitzer or a very small 122.

    You can almost feel the power of that 125mm cannon. that's a great picture right there.
    A light self propelled howitzer these are becoming popular compared to armored versions, although Armored SPH will always be needed

    Mraps, are becoming more and more the rule for some combat and law enforcement roles

    mortar, because when you have to hit a nail, don't do anything fancy just take the damned hammer and pound the SO till it's in.
    howitzer on a hummer to Blast and drive! my guess is a 105mm or a 122 though it seems small for that.

    hope no bodies on your left thats a major blind spot. must have been designed to optimize driving well buttoned up.

    heavier category 2 class MRAP
     
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    good caption. the too small for 105mm or 122mm gun carried by Chinese Humvee is a W99 clip loading 82mm mortar Vasilyek pattern.
     
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    still a good number of systems and lots of Artillery.
     
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    This must be a new type of MLRS from China, shod with two different diameter rockets.
     
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    its not unheard of the US MLRS fires it's rockets but can also fire missiles like the MGM-140 Army Tactical Missile System. I suspect that this is in essence the Chinese Equivalent there in
     
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    105mm M56 pack howitzer (OTO-Melara origin).
     
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    thanks. and Norinco does make a version so it all falls in place.
     
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