Hungarian Gidrán tested with Rheinmetall's Mortar

Hungarian Gidrán tested with Rheinmetall's Mortar
Hungary Tests Nurol’s Self-Propelled Minesweeping Ability

Hungaria tests a 120-millimetre mortar mounted on a Gidrán combat vehicle. Turkish Defence Company Nurol Savunma exported Ejder Yalçın as Gidrán to Hungary.


Government Commissioner for Defence Development Dr Gáspár Maróth and Commander of the Hungarian Armed Forces Lt. Gen. Romulusz Ruszin-Szendi attended the tests at Bakony Fighting Training Center of the Hungarian Armed Forces.
Hungary Tests Nurol’s Self-Propelled Minesweeping Ability
Rheinmetall Ragnarok’s 120 mm mortar, whose operation and accuracy was demonstrated in a stand-up design and a version integrated into a Gidrán combat vehicle. In addition to the Gidrán, which was also systematised in the Hungarian Armed Forces, other armoured vehicles NMS and NMS Pickup from the Turkish factory, were also introduced. 
Hungary Tests Nurol’s Self-Propelled Minesweeping Ability