PH Army to acquire amphibious combat earthmover from Turkey

PH Army to acquire amphibious combat earthmover from Turkey




Amidst the termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement between Manila and Washington, there is still good news for the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

As reported in the Philippine News Agency, Turkey will export an armored amphibious combat earthmover called the “Kunduz” to the Philippines next year (2021).



The sale agreement was signed between the Turkish defense firm FNSS and the Department of National Defense (DND), company CEO Nail Kurt told Anadolu Agency.

The FNSS Kunduz earthmover
(photo credit to owner)

"They [also] need similar products. In this process, we may sign new contracts," he added.
The export to the Philippines is said to be the first for the product.
Kunduz is an amphibious, armored, tracked, combat earthmover designed for the preparation of river banks during river-crossing missions.


It is capable of doing bulldozing, rough grading, excavating, hauling, and scraping, according to the company.
The acquisition of the Kunduz is said to be part of the Philippine Army's Combat Engineering Equipment Lot 2 - Armored Combat Engineer Earthmover Acquisition Project, which is a Horizon 2 phase Priority Project of the Revised Armed Forces of the Philippines Modernization Program (RAFPMP).





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Report from  PNA


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