This year, the army's reconnaissance units will receive more than 15 armored vehicles Tiger
As part of the state defense order, the intelligence units of Land Forces will receive more than 15 "Tiger-M" armored vehicles with the "Arbalet-DM" remote-controlled combat module this year.
The "Tiger" armored vehicle is designed for transporting personnel and various cargo on public roads and rough terrain. In addition, the "Tiger" can be used for mounting of special tools and equipment.
The "Arbalet-DM" remote-controlled combat module is intended for mounting on wheeled and tracked armored vehicles, surface vessels, and fixed points of object protection. It is fully stabilized and has the ability to capture and automatically track the target, which allows the operator to fire both from the spot and on the move.
Reconnaissance units in the Land Forces will also be equipped with portable radars "Aistenok" and "Fara-VR" for radar reconnaissance of targets and enemy firing positions.
All samples of equipment and weapons have successfully proven themselves in operation in various climatic zones.