Daniel Defense mk13 is a lightweight, high-performance chassis for the DASD M-1 Abrams Light Tactical Vehicle.
The MK13’s hull is equipped with a single-piece, high density polymer-coated aluminum structure with high strength and rigidity.
The armor is reinforced by a new, high impact, titanium composite design that is lightweight, flexible, and lightweight enough to withstand impacts and impacts with other vehicles.
The chassis is mounted in a new chassis design that uses a new front bumper design, a new lower hull profile, and a new rear bumper.
The result is a chassis that is stronger and more durable than the previous MK13 chassis, but is lighter, lighter, and more compact.
The new design eliminates the need for a second crewmember, and the entire crew of five is carried in the front of the vehicle.
Daniel Defense also designed a new design of the M-11M3 Light Armored Combat Vehicle that includes new internal structure and improved armor protection to protect the crew.
The M-13 is now available for the Abrams and is expected to be fielded in 2019.
The Daniel Defense MK13 was designed for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) MK13A and MK13B platforms.
It will be fielded by the Israeli Army.
The company expects to have the first vehicles in service by the end of 2020.
Daniel Defense has been building vehicles for military forces since its inception in 2009.
The first vehicle, the MK11, debuted in 2012 and has been used for combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In 2015, the company began to offer a more mobile and capable version of the MK13.
This new chassis is built to the specifications of the Israeli army, but it is also designed for use in urban combat.
The vehicle’s chassis is composed of a unique, lightweight polymer composite material.
The design utilizes an all-glass composite, a material that is more resistant to impact and shock than a steel or magnesium-alloy composite.
It is also lighter and more flexible.
The MK13 is equipped, among other things, with a high-precision, high velocity ram airburst missile, a fully integrated turret, a unique airframe, a large front-mounted, fully enclosed, and externally-mounted rocket launcher, and other unique technologies.
The M-15 Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) is a modular, self-propelled, and modular armor platform that is based on the Israeli Leopard 2A1.
It has a total length of 6,924 mm, a height of 1,640 mm, and is designed to provide mobility for the Israeli infantry, as well as for special operations forces.
The vehicle’s main armament is a pair of M4A1 machine guns.
The LAV is also equipped with an M203/M7A3 anti-armor system that can penetrate 30mm armor.
The new MK13s chassis is similar to the MK 11, but differs from the MK12 in two ways: The front of its hull is a single piece of aluminum and has a higher density polymer structure that is highly rigid, flexible and lightweight.
The front bumper is a new titanium composite that is lighter and lighter and flexible enough to resist impacts and impact with other vehicle.
The rear bumper is reinforced with a new aluminum composite structure that offers a very high degree of rigidity, while still being flexible enough for use with other types of vehicles.
The main advantages of the new chassis are: It is lightweight and compact, it is designed for urban combat, and it is the first vehicle in the line of armor to be equipped with dual rocket launchers.
The Mk13 will be delivered to the Israeli IDF in 2019 and the MK 13 will be offered by the IDF in 2020.