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Armored personnel carrier


The RN-94 armored personnel carrier was developed by Romanian and Turkish companies

Entered service -
Crew 2 men
Personnel 11 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 13 t
Length 6.69 m
Width 2.8 m
Height 2.74 m
Main gun 1 x 25-mm cannon
Machine guns 1 x 7.62-mm
Ammunition load
Main gun 220 rounds
Machine guns 2 000 rounds
Engine Cummins CTA 8.3-10 diesel
Engine power 240 hp
Maximum road speed 110 km/h
Amphibious speed on water 8 km/h
Range 600 km
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step 0.48 m
Trench 1 m
Fording Amphibious


   The RN-94 6x6 armored personnel carrier was developed as a private venture by the Nurol Makina of Turkey and Romarm of Romania. The first prototype was built in 1995. Turkish Army has purchased five pre-production RN-94s for evaluation, but no production orders had been placed.

   The RN-94 can be fitted with a wide range of weapon systems. Trial version has been fitted with the Giat Dragar turret, armed with a 25-mm cannon and 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun. The first prototype of the RN-94 was completed with 12.7-mm and 7.62-mm machine guns.

   Armor of the RN-94 provides protection against small arms fire and artillery shell splinters. Vehicle is also fitted with NBC protection and automatic fire suppression systems.

   Vehicle has a crew of two and can carry 11 fully equipped troops. Occupants enter and leave vehicle via roof hatches and twin doors in the rear. A number of firing ports are provided for the crew.

   The RN-94 uses a number of automotive components of the Romanian TAB-77 8x8 APC. It is powered by the Cummins CTA 8.3-10 diesel engine, developing 240 horsepower. Vehicle is fully amphibious. On water it is propelled by two waterjets.




   Mortar carrier, fitted with a 120-mm mortar (prototype);

   Surveillance radar carrier (prototype).


Video of the RN-94 armored personnel carrier

Prototype of the RN-94 APC




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