The Rov've Mitta'enn, typically shortened to ROMAT, was ordered by the Yahudi Armed Forces to standardise their infantry armament. It was a modification of the Arel MARS-43, an assault rifle that has been enlarged and rechambered for the Palatino 7.35x51mm Ciano, known for its power yet mild recoil. The usage a full-powered cartridge in favour of an intermediate one was largely because of the insistence of the various commanders of the fledgling Yahudi Armed Forces, which saw its increased range to be more useful in the vast and largely flat arid environment.
The ROMAT was used as an anti-tank weapon due to a severe shortage of anti-tank rockets such as the Hesper Stovepipe or the Vokeit RPzB-43/75. Grenadiers would carry 10 rifle grenades, of which three was the AT-53, an Arelat anti-tank rifle grenade that has been adapted to be fitted with the muzzle of the ROMAT. While its effectiveness was comparable to the Stovepipe or the RPzB-43/75, it was hard to aim and relatively inaccurate. Each AT-53 rifle grenade has a heavy 1-kilogram shaped-charge warhead.
Bought in small number for use with the Tzanhanim, the paratrooper brigade of the Yahudi Armed Forces, the ROMAT Beth was equipped with aging active infrared sights from Hesperia. It was heavy and awkward but prove to be instrumental in allowing soldiers to infiltrate through the Satrapi line.
By the 2000s, the ROMAT has long since been out of use in favour of more modern and more modular assault rifles. A fair many were smuggled out of the stockpiles by corrupt officials, most of which to the Al Shams Liberation Army, a terrorist organisation of ultranationalists, where it was known as the Ro Ro. Below showed a rare modification, where the ROMAT was mounted into a homemade remote-controlled weapons system for use against snipers using cheap electronics, motors, and a camera recovered from a broken suicide drone. Its effectiveness had shown that the idea was poor due to a severe lack of accuracy.