Havelsan Exports Parachute Simulator to Malaysia

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Havelsan Exports Parachute Simulator to Malaysia
Hezarfen Parachute Simulator, developed by HAVELSAN to train commando and special forces personnel, is exported to Malaysia. The simulator will be exported for the first time.

Malaysian company Widad Business Group (WBG) will cooperate with HAVELSAN to meet the needs of the Malaysian Armed Forces. In this context, the group aims to strengthen Malaysia's armed forces and significantly reduce the cost of training.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the parties was signed at the Asian Defence Services Fair (DSA 2022).

Within the cooperation framework, WBG will procure six paratrooper training simulators used by Turkish commandos and special forces. The simulator provides year-round training for personnel while reducing costs.

HAVELSAN General Manager Mehmet Akif Nacar stated that they actively follow various projects for the military, public and private sectors in Malaysia and established a regional office in Kuala Lumpur. Nacar said, "Malaysia is an important hub for HAVELSAN in the Southeast Asian region, so we are delighted to have found a reliable partner WBG to expand our reach and develop our ties in the country."

Havelsan Exports Parachute Simulator to Malaysia

Hezarfen Parachute Simulator allows to experience scenarios and all emergencies that can be experienced in actual training, from jumping to parachute opening and landing at the targeted point.

The system allows real-time development of vital capabilities under wide-ranging weather conditions, emergencies, and wind conditions. It provides mission readiness using a high-resolution database and virtual reality and aims to increase the user's actual performance.

Havelsan Exports Parachute Simulator to Malaysia

Parachutists can train up to 30 thousand feet with different parachute models.

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