Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS


The flexible design and high payload of the SandCat allows it to carry the sorts of systems usually reserved for much bigger and heavier vehicles. The combination of the highly protected and maneuverable SandCat together with a multiple launcher for Spike NLOS (Non Line Of Sight) missiles, fully integrated on a single self-contained platform, is a game-changing addition to light tactical vehicle unit. The Sand Cat ( Plasan Caracal) is a composite armored vehicle designed by Plasan of Israel.

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS


Sandcat Stormer is based on a commercial Ford F-Series chassis shortened to a 2.84 m (112 in) wheelbase by Manning Equipment of Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Originally designed as a potential replacement for the AIL Storm jeeps of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), they have since developed numerous versions of the vehicle from 4 to 6 tons to transport up to 8 soldiers. The new Sand Cat Stormer featuring more ballistic resistance and new advanced technologies will be produced by IBN Industrias Militares/ IBN Military Industries (INBRA USA INC) in 2016.
Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS


Spike is an Israeli fourth-generation man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank guided missile and anti-personnel missile with a tandem-charge HEAT warhead. It was developed and designed by the Israeli company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. “Non Line Of Sight” is an ultra long-range version of the weapon, with a claimed maximum range of 25 km (16 mi). It is a significantly larger missile than other Spike variants, with an overall weight of around 70 kg (154 lb 5 oz). It can be launched from the ground or from helicopters. It was developed following lessons learned in the Yom Kippur War, which showed a need for a high-precision guided tactical ground-to-ground battlefield missile.
Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS


Codenamed Tamuz , the first variants entered service with the IDF in tandem with the Pereh missile carrier in 1981, though the existence of both was not revealed to the public until 2011.
Rafael is working on expanding the missile’s versatility by enhancing the existing EO-IR/CCD seeker with semi-active laser (SAL) capability and different anti-armor, blast-penetration, and high-explosive fragmentation warheads to meet specific applications.
Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

Sandcat Stormer Spike Nlos MLS

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