Poland’s New Combat Tank Needs to Chill Out
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The South Korean K-2 Black Panther has a fascinating history. In the same way the Japanese relied on Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to produce their T90 and Type 10 main battle tanks, the South Koreans turned to Hyundai Rotem, an affiliate of the Hyundai Motor Group, to provide improved performance in the 21st century network battle environment through improved ergonomics and digitalization.
It carries a three-man crew consisting of the commander, gunner, and driver protected by NBC capability, inertial navigation, and a GPS battlefield management system networked with identification friend or foe (IFF). The panoramic sights of the gunner and commander are stabilized in two axes and include a thermal imager and laser rangefinder, allowing for day and night observation to improve situational awareness. And to top it off, the cabin is fitted with an air-conditioning system and an interface that allows the tank to be operated by just two or one crewman.
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