In December 2020, Rosomak SA received a contract from the Armaments Inspectorate, which amounted to PLN 73.7 million gross. It involved the delivery of eight new vehicles, six of which were transferred last year, and the contract was recently finalized with the delivery of two more command vehicles. This happened ahead of schedule.
Two more command vehicles on the Rosomak platform for the Polish Army
These two new Rosomaks are command vehicles placed on the KTO Rosomak platform, which joined 15 other vehicles of this type. They are developed by specialists from Rosomak SA and WB Electronics, who are responsible for the installation of specialized ICT equipment in the vehicle, and for communication. This one is also distinguished by a mobile camouflage that increases survival abilities.
As a result of the operation so far and the accumulated experience, it should be clearly stated that the next batches of equipment transferred to the 9th Command Battalion are top-class equipment and will certainly serve to strengthen the security of the Republic of Poland and NATO.
– said the Commander of the 9th Command Battalion, Lt. Col. Przemysław Kurzawiak.
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As befits a command vehicle, the Rosomak, based on the KTO 8 × 8 platform, provides commanders with the ability to command and command troops. It can be performed both while the vehicle is in motion and when the vehicle is parked, in comfortable working conditions for the service commander, operator and four officers.