LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System

LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System

LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System

LYNX is a multiple rocket launcher developed and manufacture by Israel Military Industries (IMI) and used by Israel Defense Forces and other countries. The most advanced autonomous multipurpose rocket launcher in the world, which offers one single platform for firing various rockets in a mobile and integrative solution for existing land and sea systems.
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System

This full autonomous launcher can be reloaded in 10 minutes. The Lynx MLRS can be configured to carry a variety of rockets in two sealed pod containers: 40 (2 pods x 20 rockets each) 122mm Grad rockets with a maximum range of 20-to-40 kilometers; 26 (2×13) 160mm LAR-160 or ACCULAR rockets with a maximum range of 45 kilometers; or eight (2×4) 300mm EXTRA rockets with a maximum range of 150 kilometers. Besides, this artillery system can be launch platform for the Delilah-GL precision attack weapon and maybe the LORA tactical ballistic missile which has a maximum range of 280 kilometers. This open highly versatile modern system is readily adapted to previous user experience and can easily fire an old URAGAN rocket and right afterward the latest version of 300 km guided rocket.
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System
LYNX Autonomous Multi-Purpose Rocket Launcher System

As a leading supplier of high-technology defense products to armed forces worldwide, IMI offers its customers state of the art products and systems responding to their operational requirements and needs. Its primary product-lines include a full spectrum of land and aerial weapon systems and ammunition, suitable for all types of applications – such as high intensity conflict, asymmetric warfare, and homeland security. The company’s research and development activities expenses amounts to US$50 yearly, combining state of the art materials and technologies into advanced military and security systems.
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