|Manufacturer:||King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB)|
|Product type:||Armoured Vehicles|
|Name:||Infantry fighting vehicle|
On the Centurion MBT chassis.
Temsah' tracked, heavy, Infantry Combat Vehicle ( ICV ), developed by KADDB in cooperation with Mechanology Design Bureau ( MDB ) of South Africa, CLS Jordan and General Dynamics ( USA ). Temsah is designed and fabricated to accommodate surplus-to requirement MBTs major components to provide a mission-capable, multi-configured, heavily-protected ICV that can operate alongside the latest generation MBTs.
Can be configured as a Tracked Ambulance, Command Post, Artillery and Mortar-Howtzer platforms.
Levels of Protection
- Low silhouette to minimise visual profile without compromising internal height and volume
- High hardness ballistic steel to protect the crew-compartment and engine-bay
- Front mounted engine to increase protection in the frontal arc
High Capacity and Payioad
- Crew of two (commander/weapons system operator and a driver) and a dismount section of up to 10 men
- Stowage for combat supplies to enable 48 hours self-support
- Can be configured as a Tracked Ambulance, Command Post, Artillery and Mortar Howtzer platform
Surveillance, Firepower and Survivability
- Stabilised Weapon remotely controlled overhead weapon station
- Multi-barreled smoke grenade dischargers