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Polish company Pit-Radwar showcases its Titan 35mm naval gun at Balt Military Expo 2016
 
Polish company Pit-Radwar showcases its 35mm naval gun at Balt Military Expo 2016
At the 14th Baltic Military Fair BALT-MILITARY-EXPO 2016 currently held in Gdansk, Poland, Pit-Radwar (a member of PGZ Polish Armament Group) showcases its 35mm turret for the Kormoran II MCMV (Mine counter measure vessel) program.
 
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Polish company Pit-Radwar showcases its Titan 35mm naval gun at Balt Military Expo 2016
 
At the 14th Baltic Military Fair BALT-MILITARY-EXPO 2016 currently held in Gdansk, Poland, Pit-Radwar (a member of PGZ Polish Armament Group) showcases its 35mm turret for the Kormoran II MCMV (Mine counter measure vessel) program.
     
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Pit-Radwar showcases the scale-model of its Titan 35mm naval gun at Balt Military Expo 2016
     
According to representatives from Pit-Radwar, the remote controlled turret will be fully integrated with the combat management system of the ship. Elektronika (also a member of PGZ) is in charge of designing the Fire Control System (FCS) for this new turret. The system is designated "Titan".

The 35mm gun will cover an angle of 175 degrees forward and may aim vertically at angles from -10 to +80 degrees. The ammunition will be 35 x 228mm cal. The maximum range against air targets is expected to 5,000 meters and 3,500 meters against surface targets.

The first turret to be produced is currently fitted on the Project 620 class Corvette ORP Kaszub for test purposes. It will be fitted on the Kormoran II class once the testing will be completed.

Kormoran II class of MCM vessel is designed to locate and neutralize mines in the waters of the Polish maritime economic zone.