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MessageSujet: Re: l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe   Jeu 14 Sep 2017 - 19:33

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UAE develops new 14.5 mm RWS

Christopher F Foss - IHS Jane's International Defence Review

14 September 2017


The IGG-RWS14 is armed with the highly effective Russian 14.5 mm KPV series heavy machine gun, although other weapons can
be installed. (IHS Markit/Patrick Allen)


Called the IGG-RWS14, the designation of ‘14’ denotes that it is armed with the Russian 14.5 mm KPV series heavy machine gun (MG), which is widely used in Russian armoured fighting vehicles (AFVs) as well as in towed anti-aircraft guns.

The 14.5 mm KPV is armed with 200 rounds of ready-use ammunition, which is fed from the ammunition box located on the left side.

Traverse is electric through 360° with elevation, also electric from -17° to 60° which improves its effectiveness in an urban environment.

Total weight is dependent on the weapon and its associated ammunition but is stated to be around 290 kg.

The sensor pod is mounted externally on the right side and consists of a day sight that is stated to have a target recognition range of up to 3,800 m, a thermal sight with a stated detection range of 4,000 m, and a target recognition range of 2,000 m.

Mounted co-axially with the day and thermal devices is a laser rangefinder that is accurate from 50 m to 4,000 m.

When compared with the widely deployed 12.7 mm M2 HB MG, the Russian 14.5 mm KPV provides more firepower and IGG claims that up to 20 mm of rolled homogeneous armour can be penetrated by a 14.5 mm armour-piercing round at an angle of 50° out to a distance of 2,000 m.
 
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MessageSujet: Re: l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe   Sam 28 Juil 2018 - 17:28

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MessageSujet: Re: l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe   Dim 9 Déc 2018 - 4:54

les produits de l'industrie militaire égyptienne durant l'EDEX 18
divers variantes égyptiennes du RPG7


Copie égyptienne du Malyutka


Lance roquettes quadruple Sakr 122mm (variante du BM21)


IMAT ST100 produit d'une coopération avec les sudafs


des unités résidentielles mobiles pour officiers et sous off (2 et Cool sur camion Ural





L'industrie aéronautique aussi présente .. rappelons que le K8 est produite localement ... l'Egypte avait déjà monté localement des Ajet, les gazelle, les Mi8 etc


MT-LB modernisé localement en unité de reconnaissance



bitubes ZU23


TM38 120mm



D30


... monté sur un Ural .. produit égyptien


véhicule de nettoyage


variante du MT-LB modernisé localement en unité de transport de munitions pour l'artillerie



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MessageSujet: Re: l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe   Jeu 14 Mar 2019 - 17:58

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Sudan reveals ‘Shareef-3’ upgrade to BTR-70

Christopher F Foss, Abu Dhabi - Jane's International Defence Review

14 March 2019



MIC’s Shareef-3 8×8 APC is based on the BTR-70 with a BMP-1 turret. Source: IHS Markit/Patrick Allen




Sudan’s Military Industry Corporation (MIC) has expanded its range of wheeled armoured personnel carriers (APC) with an upgraded Russian BTR-70 8×8 called the Shareef-3.

Shareef-3 replaces BTR-70’s original two ZMZ-4905 engines with a more fuel-efficient KAMAZ-7403 V8 water-cooled diesel developing 260hp at 2,600 rpm, which gives a maximum road speed of 80 km/h. Shareef-3 retains BTR-70’s amphibious water speed of 8–10 km/h.

The turret is replaced with one from the Russian BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), armed with a 73 mm 2A28 gun and a 7.62 mm PKT machine gun (MG). To allow the turret basket to be retained complete with gunner’s seat, an additional spacer is fitted between the turret and the hull.

Shareef-3 retains the launcher rail for the Russian 9M14 Malyutka (Sagger) anti-tank guided weapon, although this was not fitted to the vehicle shown at the IDEX exhibition in February.

Aside from the commander, gunner, and driver, the Shareef-3 carries six dismounts seated on two bench seats in the middle of the troop compartment. Dismounts can exit via roof hatches or side hatches between the second and third road wheels.

As with the BTR-70, steering is power-assisted on the front four wheels and a central tyre pressure system is standard.

MIC is still marketing other wheeled armoured fighting vehicles, such as the Shareef-1 8×8, which is a BTR-80A that has a two-person turret armed with a stabilised 30 mm 2A42 dual feed cannon and 7.62 mm coaxial MG.
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MessageSujet: Re: l'industrie militaire dans le monde arabe   Jeu 14 Mar 2019 - 18:12

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Iraq takes first steps to producing its own military vehicles

Mohammed Najib, Baghdad - Jane's Defence Weekly

14 March 2019
   


Iraq’s Samar Alkhair factory unveiled the Hajjam 1 at the IQDEX exhibition in Baghdad earlier this month. Iraqi defence concerns
are taking the first steps towards producing their own military vehicles. Source: M Najib



Iraq's Samar Alkhair factory, a subsidiary of the Iraqi State Military Industries Company, unveiled an indigenously produced, lightly armoured 4×4 vehicle at the IQDEX exhibition, which was held in Baghdad from 9-12 March.

Called the Hajjam 1, the vehicle is likely to be based on a Toyota Land Cruiser chassis and features a Toyota V8 4.5-litre turbo-diesel engine delivering 232hp coupled to an automatic transmission. The vehicle is 4.7 m long, 1.8 m wide, 2.1 m high, and has B6-level armoured protection, meaning it can withstand 7.62×39 mm rounds from a Kalashnikov rifle.

Company officials told Jane's that the new vehicle could be used as a troop transport, ambulance, combat vehicle, for border protection duties, or for use by private security companies.

"The Iraqi armed forces need armoured combat and tactical vehicles, so we designed and manufactured an Iraqi-model Hajjam that matches international standards," Jalal Hussein, the chief engineer of Iraqi State Military Industries Company, told Jane's on 11 March.

"Our manufacturing is taking place in complete co-ordination with [the] Iraqi Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Interior, as at the first stage we are looking to respond to the Iraqi security forces' needs, then looking for export opportunities," Hussein added.
 
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