Infantry Fighting Vehicle
Warrior is currently in-service with the British Army and the Desert Warrior with the Kuwait Land Forces.
The Warrior family includes several variants such as the Infantry Fighting Vehicle, Infantry Command Vehicle, Repair & Recovery Vehicle and Observation Post Vehicle.
Warrior is one of the most widely deployed vehicles in the British Army and was highly successful during the Gulf War, Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq.
During such conflicts, Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL) engineers provided over 80 Urgent Operational Requirement modifications to deal with changing operating conditions and threats.
Warrior is equipped with a 30mm RARDEN cannon and a 7.62mm chain gun – both providing an anti-helicopter capability.
Warrior can reach a top speed of 75km/hr and has a range of 600km. It has the ability to adapt to the most difficult terrain, and the firepower and armour to support the battlegroup during assault.