The Romanian Ministry of Defense Takes Delivery of its Last Batch of PVP LAORV

 Panhard General Defense received a delegation from the Romanian Ministry of Defense coming to take delivery of its last batch of 6 PVP light armored vehicles intended for the Romanian Army.

With more than 1,200 vehicles in service in the French Army, the PVP built by Panhard General Defense is also an export success.

In service in several countries (France, Chile, Togo and Romania), the PVP is a 4×4, air transportable, light armored vehicle available in several versions: communications/command, personnel carrier, pick-up or law enforcement.

Its good mobility, its agility in confined environments (urban or mountain) and its NATO level 2 armor make it a vehicle well suited for current operations.

The Romanian Ministry of Defense bought 16 vehicles in 2012, and the purpose of this visit was to take delivery of its last batch of 6 PVPs.

It also gave the visiting military delegation an opportunity to give Panhard General Defense teams their positive impressions of the vehicles already in service.

The LAORV version specific to the Romanian Army offers a number of new developments.

In addition to its STANAG level 2 ballistic protection, it provides STANAG level 2A anti-blast

protection. The vehicle can be operated in climatic zones varying from -32°C to +50°C.

As the vehicles are subsequently fitted out by the Romanian company CSR for carrying out

area and perimeter control missions, they will then be ready to join an international

projection force under the auspices of the United Nations or NATO.

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