MLRS News

Ukraine Strikes Russian-Guided Bomb Storage
Bilateral Relations

Ukraine Strikes Russian-Guided Bomb Storage

Recently, Ukraine launched an attack on a Russian storage facility for UMPK-winged bomb guidance kits located near the border.

India Plans on BrahMos AShM Sale to Greece
Weapon / Missile

India Plans on BrahMos AShM Sale to Greece

Indian media has shared an animation for its BrahMos supersonic anti-ship missile, including the missile being ‘used’ by Greece against Turkiye.

TEBER Guidance Kit Boards Bangladeshi F-7 Fighters
Ammunition Weapon / Missile

TEBER Guidance Kit Boards Bangladeshi F-7 Fighters

Bangladesh has exhibited ROKETSAN’s TEBER laser + GPS guidance kit for Mk-81 and Mk-82 GPBs, set to be used on Chinese-made F-7BGI fighter jets.

Roketsan’s TRG-300s at Bangladesh’s Parade
Weapon / Missile Bilateral Relations

Roketsan’s TRG-300s at Bangladesh’s Parade

Mustafa Osman Turan, Ambassador of Turkiye to Bangladesh, shared photos of the TRG-300 Tiger Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) manufactured by Roketsan.

Bangladesh Secures its Myanmar Border with Roketsan’s missiles
Ammunition Weapon / Missile

Bangladesh Secures its Myanmar Border with Roketsan’s missiles

Bangladesh Army displayed Roketsan-made TRG-230 surface-to-surface Missile Systems.

Poland wants K239 Chunmoo multi-barrelled rocket launcher system from South Korea
Weapon / Missile Expo and Air Show

Poland wants K239 Chunmoo multi-barrelled rocket launcher system from South Korea

According to the Polish defence website Defense24 (27/8), Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak announced that Poland could purchase the Korean K239 Chunmoo multi-barrelled rocket launcher (MLRS) system.

Cambodia Purchases Three Types of MLRSs from China's Norinco
Weapon / Missile

Cambodia Purchases Three Types of MLRSs from China's Norinco

The Cambodian Army acquired three types of Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) from China.

Bahrain to Upgrade M270 MLRS
Land Bilateral Relations Modernisation

Bahrain to Upgrade M270 MLRS

The State Department has decided to approve a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) to Bahrain of M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) Upgrade and related equipment. The Defence Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale.