K30 Biho Weapon Systems // Ground Combat Vehicles // Air Defense

Country of Origin: South Korea

The K30 Biho (Flying Tiger) is a self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG) consisting of a two-person turret with twin 30-mm cannons mounted on the K200 chassis. The system entered development in 1983 and the first production units were completed in 1999. The system is designed to protect ground troops and facilities against day and night air attack from low-altitude aircraft and helicopters. The vehicle shares a chassis with the Pegasus surface-to-air missile system. It has a maximum...


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