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Terrex Infantry Carrier Vehicle
|Country of Origin/Used by:||Singapore (and US Marine Corps)|
|First Produced/Service Dates:||2006|
|Manufactured by:||ST Kinetics|
|Armament:||Various weapons configurations including Turret or Remote Weapons Station (RWS). Most commonly fitted RWS can be armed with (1) 40mm Automatic Grenade Launcher AND (1) 7.62mm Machine Gun OR (1) 12.7mm Heavy MG.|
The vehicle was originally developed by Singapore Technologies (ST)
Engineering and Timoney Technologies, Ltd but now produced by ST
Kinetics. There have been reports that Indonesia had planned to
purchase the Terrex, but we have found no confirmation of that info.
In addition, the US Marine Corps tested the vehicle under the
Marine Personnel Carrier Program (which was cancelled). And it was a
finalist in the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Program, which it were
bested by the BAE Systems/Iveco
Defense Vehicles ACV entry.. Possible Terrex variants include
Ambulance, APC, Command, Reconnaissance/Surveillance/Target Acquisition
(RSTA), SPIKE ATGM and STORM vehicles.
The similar Yavuz vehicle, based on an early prototype (Terrex AV-82), is being produced by Turkish Company Otokar Otobus Karoseri Sanayi AS, but is not fielded by that country.
|Data Sheet Available:||None Available|
|Terrex ICV Photos||"Cyberpioneer" via Singapore Ministry of Defence|
|Terrex Ambulance Photos||"Cyberpioneer" via Singapore Ministry of Defence|
|USMC Terrex ICV Photos||Martin Bradsher|
|Terrex ICV Information & Photos||Army Recognition.com|
|Terrex ICV Information & Photos||Army Technology.com|
|"Two of a Kind" (November 2013 Issue of Military Machines International Magazine)||Gordon Arthur|
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