King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB)

Type of activity:
Armoured Vehicles

P.O. Box: 927021
Amman 11190

Phone: +962(6) 5627201
Fax: +962(6) 5627203

KADDB was established by Royal Decree in August 1999 to provide an indigenous capability for the supply of independent, high-quality, efficient and cost-effective scientific and technical services to the Jordan Armed Forces (JAF). KADDB is structured as an independent Governmental military-civilian agency existing within the JAF. KADDB operates as a Trading Fund and is tasked with operating to best commercial practice with pre-determined performance targets. KADDB is financed through the defence vote as well as by income earned from its customers. KADDB employs approximately 200 military and civilian personnel within its two Strategic Business Units (SBUs). The majority of its staff work in the Engineering Group located within the King Hussein Main Workshops.

? (Weapon station)
AB1 Monjed P2 (Repair and recovery vehicle)
AB14 TEMSAH (Infantry fighting vehicle)
AB2 Al-Jawad (Tactical vehicle)
AB3 Black Iris (Armoured car)
AB3 Desert Iris (Patrol Vehicle)
AB9B1 (Modernization of the vehicle)
Al Tha'Lab (Tactical vehicle)
Al Wahsh (Self-propelled mortar)
Al-Hussein Hybrid (Turret)
Almared (Wheeled armoured personnel carrier)
Dragon (Anti-tank guided missile launcher)
EODUGV II (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Falcon II (Turret)
Ferret (Modernization of the vehicle)
LRPV (Patrol Vehicle)
M113A2MK11 (Modernization of the vehicle)
M35 (Mine protected carrier)
M60 Phoenix (Modernization of the vehicle)
MAP (Tracked armoured personnel carrier)
MAP II (Tracked armoured personnel carrier)
MFR (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
MFR (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
MINI-UGV (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Nimr (HMTV) (Tactical vehicle)
Nimr 6x6 (Armoured car)
Nimr-II (Armoured car)
Nimrad (Armoured car)
RWS I (Remote controlled weapon station)
RWS II (Remote controlled weapon station)
Scorpion (Modernization of the vehicle)
Stallion (Armoured car)
Stallion II (Armoured car)
UGV II (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Last contracts:
Add Date
(Close Date)
Annual Cost
Nimr (HMTV) (Tactical vehicle) 500
Feb 2005
(Dec 2006)
M113A2MK11 (Modernization of the vehicle) 100
Mar 2004
(Oct 2004)
All contracts...

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