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Thales and Poland’s Air Force Institute of Technology (ITWL) signed a letter of intent to work together on the integration of TELSON 22 rocket system on Polish Armed Forces Mi-24 helicopter.

Thales TELSON Induction rockets system using advanced wireless technology is one of the most modern rockets armament systems on the market. Already equipping the French Army, this rocket armament system is NATO combat proven in recent conflicts across Africa and the Middle East.

TELSON rocket system is qualified to the highest NATO standards for all tactical engagement, and designed for both ACULEUS digital guided and free rockets, incorporating the latest precision guidance and insensitive munitions technologies, delivering higher precision safety.

After several discussions, Thales and ITWL agreed on the possibility of equipping Mi-24 helicopters with a modern TELSON rocket armament system using the extensive modernisation-integration experience gained by ITWL in the course of development of the W-3PL “Głuszec” platform. The solution will also be compatible with other types of armaments (including laser-guided rockets) that might be of interest to the Polish Armed Forces using the Mi-24.

A model of the offered solution, provided in the form of a launcher fitted on a part of the helicopter, can be seen at the stall of Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze No. 1, being a part of an exhibition of Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa.

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