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Latest revision as of 06:56, 28 February 2014

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Striker Fv102
Function Anti-tank guided missile carrier
Crew 3
Weight 8.1tonnes
Height 2.2m
road speed 80kph
Engine Cummins BTA 5.9 litre diesel
Power 190bhp
Range 483km
Armament Swingfire in five bins (5 reloads)
Secondary 7.62mm MG (3000rnds)


FV 102 Striker, part of the CVR(T) family.

Dinky little Anti-tank missile armed reconnaissance vehicle. Strikers entered service in 1976 with the Royal Artillery of the BAOR, but since then have been transferred to the Royal Armoured Corps.


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