Patria NEMO – The Most Advanced Mortar System Sarah 9 November, 2010 25 Comments NEMO (NEw MOrtar), is a single 120 mm unmanned mortar turret currently being developed by Patria Weapons System Oy in Finland. It is a lighter version of the AMOS mortar system, which is also being field tested. The NEMO can be fitted to most APCs and also to smaller landing craft, like the Finnish Jurmo class landing craft or the Swedish Combat Boat 90. The first customer of the weapon system will be the Slovenian Army. en.wikipedia.org ©Patria OYj source patria.fi Note: This is a user submitted video under “User Submitted” Category. Although the submitted content is moderated, RealityPod does not guarantee the accuracy of information provided in posts of this particular category. Comments iivaris November 9, 2010 / Reply @OnlyLifeMatters On niitä vähän, mutta Patrian AMV on kyllä todellinen saavutus. Monen mielestä jopa maailman paras! Ja ei siinäkään tietenkään mitään pahaa ole, että ruotsin kanssa tehdään paljon näiden kanssa yhteistyötä, mutta on se ihan kiva, että saadaan jotain aivan itse aikaiseksi. Tosin AMV:ssa on Scanian kone. 😀 Ei meidän tarvitse siitä kantaa huolta ettei kaikkea saada itse tehtyä. Ruotsi on niin läheinen liittolainen ja sieltä löytyy PALJON omasta takaa. OnlyLifeMatters November 9, 2010 / Reply @iivaris Ahaa, olitkin suomalainen niin lopetetaans Lontoon kieli sitten. Juu, onhan se kivaa saada näitä suomen omia tekeleitä kehiin, mutta niitä on niin vähän että ihan hirvittää. Siinä ei kande rehennellä kauheesti :D. Suomen kannattaisi aloittaa massiivinen asetuotanto, ja varustella armeijansa kotimaisella tuotannolla, sitten myydä niitä ulkomaille. Selviäsi semmoisella useammankin laman – sillä on vain kolme alaa joihin lama ei vaikuta: huoraus, huumediilaus ja rehti asekauppa. iivaris November 9, 2010 / Reply @OnlyLifeMatters Many people seems to like that comment! Don’t take everything so seriously. 😉 OnlyLifeMatters November 9, 2010 / Reply This AMV is so hard to kill, that when it is equipped with NEMO, you could consider it as a fucking light tank rather than AMV XD OnlyLifeMatters November 9, 2010 / Reply @iivaris And you consider that important? Sure, it sounds fun, but also childish. spankeyfish November 9, 2010 / Reply Naff music, someone should set an artillery advert to Dimmu Borgir. BoomShitBags November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 What do you mean “going to”? They already do. DjCroatia1993 November 9, 2010 / Reply @DUMPPERI Yes they invented it. BoomShitBags November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 What do you mean “Going to”? It does already. Hairysteed November 9, 2010 / Reply @Trekker84 The effect of 10 000 40mm metal storm can easily be achieved with the use of cluster munitions, but if they are banned then metal storm might have to be the way to go 😛 DUMPPERI November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 🙂 lol patria-finish army????? gerry301 November 9, 2010 / Reply @Qlasettaja Russia lost its military manufacturing base during the 1990’s. They have never regained it. Their military is only a shadow of what it once was. Most of its equipment is getting very old and needs replacement yet the country can only afford a few high profile projects while trying to maintain the little it has. Russias military has serious military problems. gerry301 November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 The Taliban are not in Bagdad, they are in Afganistan. Don’t know of but a few examples where a LAV or Bradley were destroyed. Russia makes some good stuff without a doubt, but the best equipment on the ground or in the air is US made. gerry301 November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 Abrams needs to ber refueled every 2 hours? Where do you get your information? Suggest you do a little research before making such statements. Also don’t know of any Abrams being “destroyed” in Afganistan. AreThereNoMoreNames November 9, 2010 / Reply @SuperFinnish Yeah. Funny how that works. A few years ago, the U.S. was getting ready fo field some of the most advanced equipment anyone had seen, then all of a sudden, it’s all relegated to being prototypes that we’ll never see in service. I wonder why that is. (Sarcasm, of course. I know exactly why that is) SuperFinnish November 9, 2010 / Reply @AreThereNoMoreNames With the exception that NEMO and AMOS systems are in service unlike your XM1204. AreThereNoMoreNames November 9, 2010 / Reply Aw, it’s like a simple version of the XM1204. I guess the barrel’s triangular so that we know it’s more advanced. ZachCraft November 9, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 Sounds like you’re the one who doesn’t know anything about tactical warfare 🙁 barfumer November 10, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 and thats why theyre getting their asses ripped to shreds DjCroatia1993 November 10, 2010 / Reply @barfumer Yes. Their Abrams may be a “beast” but its got a major disadvantage. The reason they get destroyed is because the Taliban know those tanks need to refuel every two hours. By the time the chopper comes to refuel the tank takes 30-40 minutes. By then the tank is already destroyed if its not protected by a convoy of at least 2 Humvee’s and 10-12 foot soldiers. Americans don’t really know much about tactical warfare, especially in urbanized combat. barfumer November 10, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 no wonder “american” products break down so easily DjCroatia1993 November 10, 2010 / Reply @barfumer Yes. I do find it a shame that most of the worlds AK-47’s are made in China. It amazes me, a good weapon should be made in its own country. The Chinese no offence to them but they really have no idea how to produce things. They are too cheap. They may have a good military; I mean they got one of the best tanks in the world. But over-all they’re really not about quality. barfumer November 10, 2010 / Reply @DjCroatia1993 they are. atleast our weapons are not made in china TheWWWdotFRAUDS November 10, 2010 / Reply this and Vena are one of the best mortar systems around the world today rctsos November 10, 2010 / Reply I always have admired Finland& Finns besides other Scandinavian natioins. They have made great achievements in technology, even though their population is very very small than many other nations. Their social and education systems are also wonderful therefore the people also have a high standard of education and are culturally advanced. I wish that those Scandinavian nations will be greater than ever, when they have more big population (exclude immigrants from other nations) from Japan Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.