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Rn-94

RN-94
RN-94 during a demonstration at Mihai Bravu firing range
Type Armoured personnel carrier
Place of origin Romania
Turkey
Service history
In service 1995—present
Used by Bangladesh
Production history
Designed 1994
Manufacturer Nurol Makina and S N Romarm SA Filiala SC Moreni of Bucharest
Produced 1995
Specifications
Weight 12,880 kg
Length 6.7 m
Width 2.8 m
Height 2.3 m
Crew 2 + 11 soldiers

Armor resistant to 7.62 mm AP
Main
armament
25 mm autocannon or 14,5 mm MG or 12,7 mm MG
Secondary
armament
7,62 mm or SPIKE missile
Engine Cummins, 4 stroke, turbo diesel
275 hp at 2300 rpm
Power/weight 19,5 hp/t
Transmission 6 x 6
Ground clearance 450 mm
Operational
range
700 km
Speed 95 kilometres per hour (59 mph) (road)
10 kilometres per hour (6.2 mph) (water)

The RN-94 (6 × 6) armoured personnel carrier was originally developed by Nurol Machinery and Industry Co Inc (Nurol Makina) based in Ankara and S N Romarm SA Filiala S C Moreni of Bucharest, Romania. The hull of the RN-94 is all-welded steel armour structure which provides maximum protection against 7.62 mm armour-piercing ammunition and shell splinters all round.

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