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Greek Armed Forces are considering a potential upgrade for their RM-70 multiple rocket launchers, and Indian company Munitions India Limited (MIL) is in the running with a proposal to bring them up to the Pinaka standard.

The RM-70, a Czechoslovakian variant of the BM-21 Grad, has been a mainstay of the Greek military for decades. This powerful area-saturation rocket system packs a punch, but its capabilities can be further enhanced. It is not clear what Pinaka standard was mentioned in Greek media since BM-21 Grad is a 122mm Rocket and Pinaka is a 214 mm Rocket.

In June 2021, India successfully test-fired these enhanced 122mm rockets, achieving a range of 40 km and exceeding mission objectives. The rockets are a collaborative effort between India’s Armament Research and Development Establishment (ARDE), High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL), and Economic Explosives Limited. This combined expertise ensures quality and reliability.

Greek RM-70 which has a 20 km range it might have been that MIL offered the enhanced 122mm rockets, which have a range of 40 km as part of the upgrade of the old system.

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