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Titan armoured bridge launcher

Titan is an armoured engineer vehicle designed to enable troops and vehicles to cross gaps of up to 60 metres by laying a selection of close support bridges. Along with Trojan it gives a common heavy armour fleet based on the Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank chassis.

Titan can carry and lay the current range of in-service close support bridges, providing ground manoeuvre formations with improved capability, giving them greater flexibility.

Improved visibility is achieved by incorporating direct and indirect vision systems including low light, image intensifying and thermal imaging capabilities. The interior, and to some extent the exterior, of the vehicles
have been designed around the crew station positions.

Titan has the flexibility to support a wide range of operations, including humanitarian missions.
Weight: 62500kg
Carries: BR-90 Close Support Bridges: No.10 (Length 26m, span 21-24.5m), No.11 (length 16m, span 14.5m) and No.12 (length 13.5m, span 12m)
Road speed: 59kph
Engine: Perkins CV12 diesel engine, David Brown TN54 enhanced low-loss gearbox and the OMANI cooling group, Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) is also fitted
Armament: Stowage for crewman-portable light anti-tank weapons, fitted with NBC protection system