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Since the first M270s were delivered to the U.S. Army in 1983, the MLRS has been adopted by several NATO countries. Some 1,300 M270 systems have been manufactured in the United States and in Europe, along with more than 700,000 rockets. Other videos you might like: This is America's E-6 Mercury ► 🤍 Why America's Enemies Feared the P-47 ► 🤍 America's Crazy Flying Aircraft Carrier ► 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO US ► 🤍 Thank You
Multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) have become an integral part of modern warfare, providing swift and effective support to ground forces. With their ability to launch multiple rockets over long distances with high accuracy, MLRS have become a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield. Whether you're a military enthusiast, a student of military history, or simply interested in the latest advancements in defense technology, this video is for you. So, let's dive in and discover the top 10 multiple launch rocket systems in the world!!! Subscribe Now : 🤍
In today’s episode, we are going to take a look at a highly mobile rocket artillery system the M270. Manufactured by the United States’ Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, the multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) M270 is a self-propelled, armoured, multiple rocket launcher formerly known as the General Support Rocket System (GSRS). It is proven in battlefield and known for its high mobility. The MLRS has been operational with several armed forces around the world, including Bahrain, Finland, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, South Korea, Turkey, Japan, Saudi Arabia, the US as well as the UK. The system is also reportedly built in Europe by a global consortium of companies from the likes of Germany, Italy, France and the UK. Subscribe Now : 🤍
Various B-roll highlights of the U.S. Army's M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System from different angles while performing maneuvers with the vehicle, showing the process of loading M270 MLRS' rocket pod containers from Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks and carring out live-fire exercises at the 7th Army Training Command's Grafenwoehr Training Area at Grafenwoehr, Germany. 00:00 - Overview 02:37 - Live-Fire Exercise 03:29 - Reloading M270A1 MLRS rocket pod containers 08:06 - MLRS Fires Credit: U.S. Army videos by Gertrud Zach, Spc. James Alegria Thumbnail Credit: U.S. Army photo by Markus Rauchenberger The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. Derivative works: Military Archive ►Subscribe Now 🤍 ►Know a second language? You could help bring videos to a wider audience via the following link below 🤍
This project exists thanks to donations. Support him! Patreon: 🤍 Donation: 🤍 NFT: 🤍 A multiple rocket launcher (MRL) or multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) is a type of rocket artillery system that contains multiple launchers which are fixed to a single platform, and shoots its rocket ordnance in a fashion similar to a volley gun. Rockets are self-propelled in flight and have different capabilities than conventional artillery shells, such as longer effective range, lower recoil, typically considerably higher payload than a similarly sized gun artillery platform, or even carrying multiple warheads. Unguided rocket artillery is notoriously inaccurate and slow to reload compared to gun artillery. A multiple rocket launcher helps compensate for this with its ability to launch multiple rockets in rapid succession, which, coupled with the large kill zone of each warhead, can easily deliver saturation fire over a target area. However, modern rockets can use GPS or inertial guidance to combine the advantages of rockets with the higher accuracy of precision-guided munitions. #10 KN-09 (North Korea) #9 KN-25 (North Korea) #8 A100 (China) #7 A200 (China) #6 WS-2 (China) #5 AR-1A (China) #4 PHL-16 (China) #3 Smerch (Soviet Union) #2 Uragan-1M (Russia) #1 PHL 03 (China) 00:00 Top 10 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems 00:47 #10 KN-09 (North Korea) 02:43 #9 KN-25 (North Korea) 04:21 #8 A100 (China) 05:43 #7 A200 (China) 07:45 #6 WS-2 (China) 09:08 #5 AR-1A (China) 10:27 #4 PHL-16 (China) 11:47 #3 Smerch (Soviet Union) 13:42 #2 Uragan-1M (Russia) 15:47 #1 PHL 03 (China) Music from #InAudio: 🤍 Track Name. Cinematic Background Epic by Infraction [No Copyright Music] / The Journey _ ► More Military videos on: 🤍 TWITEER: 🤍 FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. The Quasar Entertainment does not own the rights to these videos and pictures. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and inspiring others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email quasraquasarquasar777🤍gmail.com. #mlrs #army #top10 #RocketSystems #military #best
► More Military videos on ‘THE BUZZ’: 🤍 Video Information: The battlefield rocket projector or the MLRS has proven a devastating weapon throughout both minor and major conflicts over the world. They can engage important targets where the targets could be airfields, command centers, support facilities, air defense and concentrations of troops and so on. This video presents the 10 best multiple rocket launcher system in the world. Enjoy watching. Cheers! Credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. The Buzz does not own the rights to these videos and pictures. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and inspiring others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at-thebuzz938🤍gmail.com.
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TOP 5 Most Dangerous MLRS in The Worlds/10 Powerful and Best Multiple Launch Rockect System and Rocket Projector By Country - The multiple launch rocket systems are designed to engage important area targets behind enemy lines. These targets could be airfields, command centers, support facilities, air defense and artillery batteries, concentrations of troops and so on. So which is the best artillery rocket system in the world? Here is Top 5 Most Dangerous multiple launch rocket systems in the worlds. 1. M142 HIMARS. The M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System is a light multiple rocket launcher, developed in the late 1990s for the United States Army, and mounted on a standard United States Army M1140 truck frame. The M142 carries one pod with either six GMLRS rockets, or one ATACMS missile on the United States Army's new Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles five-ton truck, and can launch the entire Multiple Launch Rocket System Family of Munitions. M142 ammunition pods are interchangeable with the M270 MLRS. However, it is able to carry only one pod rather than the standard two for the M270 and its variants. The launcher can be transported by Lockheed C-130 Hercules aircraft. The chassis was initially produced by BAE Systems Mobility, and Protection Systems. formerly Armor Holdings Aerospace and Defense Group Tactical Vehicle Systems Division. 2. M270 MLRS. The M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System is an American armored, self-propelled, and multiple rocket launcher. The M270 MLRS is a highly mobile automatic system that fires surface-to-surface rockets, from the M270 family of launcher weapons platforms. The MLRS Family of Munitions can be fired in less than one minute by the three-man crew. The MLRS launcher unit comprises an M270 launcher loaded with 12 rockets, packaged in two six-rocket pods. The launcher, which is mounted on a stretched Bradley chassis, is a highly automated self-loading and self-aiming system. 3. TOS-1A The TOS-1A is an improved version of the original TOS-1 heavy flamethrower system. It was adopted by the Russian Army in 2001. The TOS-1A heavy flamethrower system is intended for direct fire support of advancing infantry units and main battle tanks and moves in their combat orders. It is extremely effective against entrenched personnel. The TOS-1A is used to clear out buildings, field fortifications and bunkers. It is also effective against light armored vehicles. The main element of the TOS-1A system is the BM-1 launcher vehicle. Comparing with the original TOS-1 a number of launching tubes was reduced from 30 to 24, arranged in three rows of eight tubes each. 4. Pinaka MLRS Pinaka is a multiple rocket launcher produced in India and developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation for the Indian Army. The system has a maximum range of 40 km for Mark-I and 60 km for Mark-I enhanced version, and can fire a salvo of 12 HE rockets in 44 seconds. The system is mounted on a Tatra truck for mobility. It was announced that a 7.2 m long rocket with a maximum range of 100-120 km in under development. It is capable of carrying 250 kg payload. These rockets might be fitted with guidance systems for better accuracy. The Pinaka is reloaded by escorting reloading vehicle, which carried 4 pods with a total of 24 rockets. Reloading takes 15 minutes however it might be cut to 4 minutes after redesign of the loading platform. 5. SR-5 Multiple Launch Rocket System The SR5 is a Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) designed and manufactured in China by the Company NORINCO. It is a universal launching platform adopting such technologies as canister launching, automatic loading and common-frame rocket launching. Featuring intensive and accurate firepower, high level of automation, rapid reaction and excellent maneuverability, the weapon can realize common-frame launching of 122mm and 220mm guided rockets to achieve a highly efficient combination of surface suppression and precision strikes. Furthermore the SR-5 can carry combination with various rocket pods. It can have one pod with 220 mm rockets and another with 122 mm rockets, making this artillery system more versatile. he SR-5 launcher is based on Taian heavy high mobility truck chassis with 6x6 configuration. Vehicle has a double cab and carries the crew of 5 men. More Videos: TOP 5 Most Dangerous Infantry Fighting Vehicles in The Worlds ► 🤍 TOP 5 Most Fastest Navy Ship in The Worlds ► 🤍 TOP 5 Most Dangerous Main Battle Tank in The Worlds ► 🤍 Playlist TOP 5 ► 🤍 Dont Forget to SUBSCRIBE ! 00:00 TOP 5 MLRS in The Worlds 01:07 M142 Himars 02:53 M270 MLRS 04:30 TOS-1 Flamethrower 06:17 PINAKA MLRS 07:32 SR-5 MLRS 08:54 Ends
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Ukraine Armed Forces released on Tuesday (May 9, 2023) video showing multiple launch rocket systems firing near Bakhmut. Reuters was not able to independently confirm the location of the video or the date it was filmed. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Tuesday Russian forces had failed to capture the eastern city of Bakhmut before the May 9 Russian holiday marking the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two. Fierce fighting in Bakhmut has lasted months and Moscow sees capturing the city as a stepping stone to taking other cities in Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland. The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍 #ukraine #ukrainewar #ukrainenews #russia
We are investigating the Type 63 multiple-launch rocket system and its derivatives and copies, a small but highly efficient Chinese rocket launcher. #type63 #mlrs #rocket Why did China develop an MLRS like the Type 63? Is the Type 63 a copy? Why have so many countries preferred to use or copy this MLRS? Is the Turkish T-107 Anadolu a copy of the Type 63? 00:00 Introduction 01:03 Historical background 02:06 Programme history 02:40 Design 03:25 107mm rockets 04:58 Specifications 05:24 Chinese variants(Type 63-I / airborne unit variant / Type 85 / Type 81 / truck-mounted Type 63 / ATV-mounted Type 63 / some other vehicle-mounted variants) 07:19 North Korean variants (Sungri 58KA1 trucks-mounted / the M1992 wheeled armoured vehicle-mounted / VTT-323 tracked armoured vehicle-mounted) 07:43 Iranian variants (Haseb / Fadjr-1) 08:26 Sudanese variants (Taka) 08:37 South African variants (RO-107) 08:53 Jordanian variants (AB-19) 09:17 Turkish variants (T-107 Anadolu / Azerbaijani Boran / United Arab Emirates Jobaria) 10:49 Serbian-made 107mm MLRS 10:13 Combat experinces 13:09 Analysis Welcome to our new content. As the Weapon Detective, we investigate modern weapon systems of the Second Cold War. The Weapon Legends is about the older weapon systems. In our videos, we tell their epic stories, which made them a legend. The Weapon Legends investigates these stories, reads between the lines, analyse, and tells the untold. In our videos, you can find technical information, historical backgrounds, what happened during the development processes, combat experience and political projection. Let the wisdom of history show us what the future would be like. Let’s investigate the veteran weapons of the past together. © RTNV, MRTV, 13or TV, Police Nationale Congolaise, RTD, Rhauf Tv, Gabon Première, bocar mimo, Iwanami Film Productions, net-film.ru, PeriscopeFilm, KCTV, Military Industry Corporation, African Defence Review, U.S. Marine Corps, QPVN, CCTV, Al Jazeera English, KADDB, Turkish Armed Forces, Defence Industry Agency, ROKETSAN, Ministry of Defence of Azerbaijan, Yugoimport, EDePro Serbia, ümit özdemir, Jen Renas, 军事博物馆, Al Marsad, U.S. Army Music: When That Day Comes 当那一天来临 Instrumental [Chinese Military Music] Military Band of People's Liberation Army of China Please click the link to watch our other Weapon Legends videos 🤍 Please click the link to watch our other Chinese Systems videos 🤍 Please click the link to watch our other South African Systems videos 🤍 Please click the link to watch our other Turkish Systems videos 🤍 Please click the link to watch our other Weapon Legends-Land videos 🤍 🤍 🤍 weapondetective🤍gmail.com
The M142 HIMARS and M270 MLRS are 2 flexibel, long range, fast deployed rocket and missile systems. They share the same pod system, were HIMARS can carry one and MLRS can carry 2. They have a wide range of rockets and missile to chose from with ever increasing range. Please like and subscribe for more :)
Jobaria Defense Systems MCL Multiple Cradle 122mm Rocket launcher system live firing by army of United Arab Emirates. The Jobaria MLLRS JDS Multiple Cradle Launcher (MCL) is a 6x6 Oshksoh tractor truck with semi-trailer armed with four power-operated rocket launchers. Each rocket launcher has three blocks of 20 122 or 107 mm launcher tubes, in four lines. Read full technical data about the Jobaria at this link 🤍 Defense & Security News Web TV Online magazine for defence and security industry Worldwide Defense & Security News Marketing and advertising for Defense & Security Industry and Exhibition Land Forces equipment, weapons and vehicles 🤍 Contact mail: marketing🤍armyrecognition.com
The M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (M270 MLRS) is an armored, self-propelled, multiple rocket launcher; a type of rocket artillery. The Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) provides the Army an all-weather, indirect, area fire weapon system to strike counterfire, air defense, armored formations, and other high-payoff targets at all depths of the tactical battlefield. Primary missions of MLRS include the suppression, neutralization and destruction of threat fire support and forward area air defense targets. The Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) is a highly mobile, automatic system that fires surface-to-surface rockets and missiles from the M270 platform. From inside the cab, the crew of three can fire up to 12 MLRS rockets or two Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS). -857 fielded in the U.S. -Fielding in 14 countries -Upgraded in early 1990s to fire Army Tactical Missile System -ATACMS) -Missions completed with crew of three and automated Fire Control System -More than 10,000 rockets and 32 ATACMS fired in combat during Desert Storm Hope you enjoy!! 💰 Want to support my channel? Check out my Patreon Donation page! 🤍 👕 Check out my Merch: 🤍 My PO Box: Matthew James 210A - 12A Street N Suite #135 Lethbridge Alberta Canada T1H2J DISCORD: 🤍 📘 Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 (DISCLAIMER: This video is for entertainment purposes only. The views and opinion come from personal experience or information from public accessible sources.) M270 MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) | ROCKET ARTILLERY
Turkish Sakarya VS South Korean Kooryong Multiple Rocket Launcher | MRLS A Comparison between two Multiple Rocket Launcher Systems. One is Sakarya and another one is Kooryong Multiple Rocket Launcher. Sakarya is made Turkey and Kooryong is made by South Korea #mrls #military
This is ATACMS missile and is basically a Solid Fuel rocket propulsion system. The Missiles ascend post-launch using GPS for course adjustment; their fins move per visuals, directed by inertial navigation or military-grade GPS to hit designated targets; upon impact, the sensor triggers a 500-pound TNT blast, capable of bunker destruction. Interestingly they can be operated from both platforms the HIMARS or the track version MLRS. This requires a platform to transport with this Galaxy C-5 aircraft. We will also look at the step-by-step process of how this works #missile #ukraine #israel Instagram 🤍 Twitter 🤍 We make it on Blender Download it is free and Safe 🤍 Peace Out As a Small Channel We encourage you sharing our Videos , But Kindly be advised that any unofficial translations or editing of our work in any medium will be considered a breach of our intellectual property rights. Apologies for the Legal Language, This happens because we had faced a lot of Duplicates Contents through Experiences ;) This has been a result of Big Channels Duplicating our Contents Ripping our original hard work which we have created from Scratch from Modeling to Rigging to Animation to Rendering.So we had to involved Lawyers.
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K239 Chunmoo MLRS of the Republic of Korea Army conducting various live fire exercises. Capable of firing various calibers of unguided and guided rockets, Around 367 K239 Chunmoo MLRS are being fielded to replace the aging K136 Kooryong MLRS. 육군 천무 다련장 실사격 영상 Video Credit: Ministry of National Defense 🤍 #military #korea #southkorea
The Elbit Systems autonomous artillery rocket system provides a comprehensive and cost-effective solution for precise firing of all types of advanced rockets, with optimal responsiveness. Unlike standard artillery, with PULS™ there is no need to move artillery units based on the required firing range; the versatile solution can fire a variety of ammunition types to various ranges from the same position, to ranges of up to 300km. The multi-purpose launcher features two PODS; each POD is designed for a specific rocket type: the Accular 122mm (18 rockets) with a range of up to 35km, the Accular 160mm (10 rockets) with a range of up to 40km, the EXTRA (4 rockets) with a range of up to 150km and the Predator Hawk (2 rockets) with a range of up to 300km. The system can accurately and effectively neutralize the specified targets at all ranges. Find out more here: 🤍
The U.S. Army, 1-77th Field Artillery Regiment, tested their M-270 MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) on a live-fire range at Grafenwoehr, Germany, February 24, 2021. Film Credits: Video by Spc. James Alegria, American Forces Network Bavaria - Have a look at The Gung Ho Vids Amazon Store. Military Style Gear, Gaming and More. Link Below: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
US Service members conduct a live fire exercise using their Multiple Launch Rocket System (M270 MLRS) and M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) during trainings - Compilation. ★00:00★ - M270 MLRS ★05:18★ - M142 HIMARS ►The M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (M270 MLRS) is an armored, self-propelled, multiple rocket launcher; a type of rocket artillery. Since the first M270s were delivered to the U.S. Army in 1983, the MLRS has been adopted by several NATO countries. Some 1,300 M270 systems have been manufactured in the United States and in Europe, along with more than 700,000 rockets. The production of the M270 ended in 2003, when a last batch was delivered to the Egyptian Army. The weapon can fire guided and unguided projectiles up to 42 km (26 mi). Firing ballistic missiles, such as the U.S. Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS), it can hit targets 300 km (190 mi) away; the warhead in such shots reaches an altitude of about 50 km (164,000 ft). The M270 can be used in shoot-and-scoot tactics, firing its rockets rapidly, then moving away to avoid counter-battery fire. M270A1 (at 00:00 - 02:23) was the result of an 2005 upgrade program for the U.S. Army, and later on for several other states. The launcher appears identical to M270, but incorporates an improved fire control system (IFCS) and an improved launcher mechanical system (ILMS). This allows for significantly faster launch procedures and the firing of new types of munitions, including GPS guided rockets. ►The M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) is a U.S. light multiple rocket launcher mounted on a standard Army Medium Tactical Vehicle (MTV) truck frame. The HIMARS carries six rockets or one MGM-140 ATACMS missile on the U.S. Army's new Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) five-ton truck, and can launch the entire Multiple Launch Rocket System Family of Munitions (MFOM). HIMARS is interchangeable with the MLRS M270A1, carrying half the rocket load. The launcher is C-130 transportable. The chassis is produced by BAE Systems Mobility & Protection Systems (formerly Armor Holdings Aerospace and Defense Group Tactical Vehicle Systems Division), the OEM of the FMTV. The rocket launching system is produced by Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control. ►Subscribe Now to War Clashes 🤍
SMERCH MULTIPLE ROCKET LAUNCHER SYSTEM (MRLS) (9K58) is designed to ensure battlefield mass destruction weapon delivery means and storage facilities, lightly armoured and armoured materiel, rocket launchers, artillery and mortar batteries in firing positions, air/missile defence units in deployment areas, aircraft in airfields, helicopters in parking pads and landing zones, command and communication posts of troops control, engineer support facilities and fortifications, various components of military infrastructure. Technical specifications Calibre - 300 mm Weight of RP - 800..815 kg Range of fire: - max - 90 km - min - 20 km Number of launching tubes - 12 Salvo time - 38 sec LV loading time - 20 min Time to prepare for action, - not more than 3 min Time for urgent leaving of the firing position after launch - 1 min LV crew - 3 men TL crew - 2 men Дальнобойная реактивная система залпового огня (РСЗО) "Смерч" (9К58) предназначена для поражения на дальних подступах любых групповых целей, уязвимыми элементами которых являются открытая и укрытая живая сила, небронированная, легкобронированная и бронированная техника мотопехотных и танковых рот, подразделений артиллерии, тактических ракет, зенитных комплексов и вертолетов на стоянках, разрушения командных пунктов, узлов связи и объектов военно-промышленной структуры. Технические характеристики Калибр, мм - 300 Масса снаряда, кг - 800..815 Дальность стрельбы, км: - максимальная - 90 - минимальная - 20 Количество направляющих БМ, шт - 12 Время залпа, с - 38 Время заряжания БМ, мин - 20 Время перевода БМ из походного положения в боевое - не более, мин. - 3 Время срочного оставления огневой позиции после залпа, мин - 1 Расчет БМ, чел - 3 Расчет ТЗМ, чел - 2
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Kornet-E ATGM and 107mm MLRS of Azerbaijan armed forces Корнет (ПТРК) и 128 мм РСЗО Азербайджанских ВС
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