Sudan Army parades Indigenous Sarsar-2 4×4 Armored Personnel Carrier

On a recent military demonstration, the Sudanese Army paraded the indigenous Sarsar-2 4×4 armored personnel carrier.

The Sarsar-2 is 4×4 armoured reconnaissance vehicle is based on a modified 1.2 ton South Korean KIA light truck chassis, although re-modified with more improved armor plating for enhanced protection against┬ásmall arms and shell splinters.sudan army indigenous Sarsar-2 APC sudan army indigenous Sarsar-2 APCThe layout of the vehicle is very similar to a light combat vehicle with the engine at the front, the crew in the middle and the troops compartment at the rear.

The top of the vehicle is fitted with an open top turret which can be armed with a 12.7mm machine gun.

The Sarsar-2 can carry a total of 11 military personnel including commander, driver, gunner and 8 infantry.

Each side of the troops compartment is fitted with four small bulletproof windows and firing ports, the rear part of the vehicle is fitted with a single door.

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Darek Liam
Darek Liam is the North African editor for AMB, where he writes about the intersection of Technology and national security. He has been covering defense and national security issues for more than a decade, previously as African Union correspondent.

1 Comment on "Sudan Army parades Indigenous Sarsar-2 4×4 Armored Personnel Carrier"

  1. is it manufactured by state own company?

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