South Korea’s Ministry of Nationwide Protection has unveiled a brand new armored personnel service (APC) idea that may higher face up to chemical, organic, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats. CBRN protection consists of CBRN passive safety, contamination avoidance, and CBRN mitigation. A CBRN incident differs from a hazardous materials incident in each scope and intent. A pc-generated picture that accompanied DAPA’s media assertion signifies that these older automobiles are specifically a organic reconnaissance variant of the Kia K311 (K317) all-terrain army truck, and a nuclear, organic, and chemical-resistant variant of the Doosan K200 armoured personnel service (K216).

Republic of Korea Military Kia K317 and Doosan K216 APC

Particulars of the brand new CBRN-resistant armored personnel service sort have been disclosed by the nation’s Protection Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) in a media launch on 22 December. To cut back the nation’s protection price range, the brand new APC is being developed with parts from two older automobile sorts which are in service with the Republic of Korea Military (Roka). The brand new automobile will have the ability to monitor airborne chemical brokers from a distance and detect the sources of those brokers by way of specialised gear, with out disclosing additional particulars of those techniques. The automobile have related design with K200A1 Armored Personnel Service.


K200A1 Armored Personnel Carrier
K200A1 Armored Personnel Service

The K200 KIFV (Korea Infantry Preventing Car) is a South Korean armored personnel service, initially produced by Hanwa (initially Daewoo Heavy Industries, renamed Doosan DST then Hanwha Protection Methods) as a home alternative for older armored personnel carriers, such because the M113, in entrance line service with the Republic of Korea Armed Forces on the time of the K200’s improvement. Since 2009 the K200 has been supplemented by the K21. A complete of two,383 K200 automobiles of all configurations have been produced between 1985 and 2006, amongst that are 111 K200A1 automobiles exported to Malaysia.