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RN-94 during a demonstration at Mihai Bravu firing range
Type Armoured personnel carrier
Place of origin Romania
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
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
25 mm autocannon or 14,5 mm MG or 12,7 mm MG
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
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.

Operators[edit | edit source]

  •  Bangladesh Bangladesh Army operates the armoured ambulance variant in limited number. Estimated 9.[1]
  •  Romania - prototype
  •  Turkey - 5[2]

Notes[edit | edit source]

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