Ukrobonservice Promising Developments: Mobile Mortar System

07.07.17
Ukrainian Military Pages

Mobile Mortar System (hereinafter – UV-MMS) is intended for implementation of combat missions in fire support of units comprised by a battery, and as a mobile fire weapon regardless the weather conditions by day and by nighton rough terrain relief.

UV-MMS can hit various group and single targets that were found by reconnaissance and detected independently, located in open terrain or in a shelter, mobile and fixed. It has high maneuverability, steering response and survivability.

The structure of UV-MMS is based on a modular principle allowing to use various caliber barrels from 81 mm to 120 mm in the composition of the System, and to install the MMS on a whole series of wheeled vehicles: civil pick-ups 4x4, trucks, caterpillar and wheeled APCs.

Automated Fire Control System has a possibility to prepare and process data for firing and aiming of barrel in automatic mode. It can be easily adapted to software, navigation systems and combat control systems of the Customer.

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XIII International Specialized Exhibition "Arms and Security – 2016" (Kyiv. October 11-14, 2016,)

120 mm mobile mortar system (MMS), developed and manufactured by the Ukrainian Advanced Research and Development Agency and Ukroboronservice, was among new developments showcased at the exhibition.

The main feature of the mobile mortar system is its singular mobility. It is capable to be deployed automatically within 30 seconds. Its disassembly time after a salvo is 20 seconds. MMS is not just a mortar, but a system equipped with communications, control and intelligence systems, including UAV. Besides, the system is easy to control during firing, which is carried through a special tablet. Another feature of the MMS is that it has a significantly increased horizontal firing angle (from 15 to 45 degrees), which greatly expands its firing capabilities.

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Sources:
Ukrobonservice official web-site
The International Exhibition Centre website