The Minister of National Defense handed over the 6th Company Fire Module RAK

- Polish Army must be equipped with the most modern equipment. For example, RAK self-propelled mortars together with command vehicles, which I had the privilege to pass a moment ago. It is a Polish product, it is a product of the highest quality - said Mariusz Błaszczak during handover of self-propelled mortars Rak
for the equipment of the 15th Giżycka Mechanized Brigade.

 On Monday, July 8th this year, the head of the defense department gave the "RAK" Fire Module to the 15th Giżycka Mechanized Brigade. Thus, “Zawiszacy” received a company fire module, which includes a total of 8 M120 Rak self-propelled mortars and 4 artillery command vehicles.

 Huta Stalowa Wola S.A. finalizes the next phase of the contract concluded on April 28th, 2016, for the supply of eight CFM RAK.

 - We deliver the next phase of the contract concluded with the Ministry of Defense in 2016 by another timely delivery of the company fire modules. We strengthen our position as a reliable supplier and manufacturer of artillery equipment for the Polish Armed Forces, and the competences that we build during work on such large and complex programs as RAK and REGINA will allow us to efficiently carry out future orders as part of the technical modernization program of the Polish Armed Forces- said Bartłomiej Zając, President of the Board, General Director of Huta Stalowa Wola SA

The first elements of the company fire module of the 120 mm self-propelled mortar RAK on a wheeled chassis Huta Stalowa Wola handed over to the 17th Wielkopolska Mechanized Brigade on June 30th, 2017. This delivery inaugurated the supply chain of new artillery equipment for the Polish Armed Forces. 2nd CFM went to the 12th Mechanized Brigade named after Gen. Józef Haller in Szczecin, 3rd CFM was delivered to the 15th Mechanized Brigade. 4th CFM went to the 21st Podhale Riflemen Brigade. 5th CFM is included in the 5th Battalion of Podhale Riflemen Brigade named after Gen. Brig. Andrzej Galica in Przemyśl.


 Self-propelled mortar Rak 120 mm on the Rosomak chassis, designed in the Huta Stalowa Wola. It has an automatic charging system and is able to conduct an accurate fire at a distance of 8 to 12 km. Deliveries of "Rak" for the Polish Armed Forces are implemented in 2017-2019 as a result of the agreement concluded in 2016 for the amount of over PLN 968 million. Mortar service requires 4 people. It is worth mentioning here that Huta Stalowa Wola also offers a track version of the 120 mm mortar. At the same time, HSW is continuing work related to the delivery to the Polish Armed Forces of accompanying vehicles, ie Artillery Vehicles for the Renovation of Armaments (in the course of deliveries),  Artillery Ammunition Vehicles (at the final stage of negotiations with the Ministry of Defense) and Artillery Reconnaissance Vehicles (during the implementation of development work) .


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