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MessageSujet: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 3:52

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M113 into the next Millennium
More than 80,000 M113 Family of Vehicle (FOV) systems have been produced over the past 34 years. As of this writing, new M113 FOV systems are being built while existing chassis are being upgraded to modern configurations.

Since their initial introduction in 1960, M113-based systems have entered service in more than 50 countries. The systems have been modified into more than 40 identified specific variants, with many times that number of minor field modifications. Many of these modifications have been developed by foreign governments to meet their specific national requirements. While some older M113 derivatives are being retired and removed from selected inventories, other FOV members are being upgraded, reconfigured, and introduced as entirely new systems.
The original M113 Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) helped to revolutionize mobile military operations. The vehicles were able to carry 11 soldiers plus a driver and track commander under armor protection across hostile battlefield environments. More importantly, the new vehicles were air transportable, air-droppable, and swimmable, allowing planners to incorporate APCs in a much wider range of combat situations, including many "rapid deployment" scenarios. The M113s were so successful that they were quickly identified as the foundation for a family of vehicles. Early derivatives included both command post (M577) and mortar carrier (M106) configurations.
The first major upgrade came in 1964 with the introduction of the M113A1 package which replaced the original gasoline engine with a 212 horsepower diesel package. The new power train was soon incorporated into the existing vehicle family as the M113A1, M577A1, and M106A1, as well as several new derivative systems. Some of these new derivatives were based on the armored M113 chassis (the M125A1 mortar carrier and M741 "Vulcan" air defense vehicle) while others were based on an unarmored version of the chassis (including the M548 cargo carrier, M667 "Lance" missile carrier, and M730 "Chaparral" missile carrier).
Continuing modernization efforts led to the introduction of the A2 package of suspension and cooling enhancements in 1979. As with previous enhancements, these upgrades resulted in further proliferation of the FOV.
Today's M113 fleet includes a mix of these A2 variants together with other derivatives equipped with the most recent A3 RISE (Reliability Improvements for Selected Equipment) package. The standard RISE package includes an upgraded propulsion system (turbocharged engine and new transmission), greatly improved driver controls (new power brakes and conventional steering controls), external fuel tanks, and 200 AMP alternator with 4 batteries. Additional A3 improvements, include incorporation of spall liners and provisions for mounting external armor.
The future M113A3 fleet will include a number of vehicles that will have high speed digital networks and data transfer systems. The M113A3 digitization program supports the Army's Modernization Plan by applying applique hardware, software, and installation kits and hosting them in the M113A3 FOV. Current plans call for these systems to be integrated into the M113A3 FOV by the year 2006.

Engine Upgrades
A major component of the RISE powertrain incorporated into the original M113A3 and M730A2 vehicles is the turbocharged 275 hp 6V53T engine from Detroit Diesel Corporation. Replacing the earlier 212 hp M113A2 engine with the turbocharged 275 hp model paved the way for improvements in performance as well as survivability enhancements such as the incorporation of spall liners and the possible addition of add-on armor. The improved performance and higher chassis load capacity has also opened the way for planners to consider additional M113 FOV derivatives.
Moreover, industry and government initiatives have revealed that the RISE engine rating can be increased to 300 hp through the conversion of injectors. Further testing is currently being conducted on a possible engine upgrade to 350 hp (6V53TA-350 hp) while still retaining the X-200-4A transmission. This additional upgrade requires the installation of glow plug heads (eliminating the need for the current air box heater) as well as changes to the air system and a few other components. The glow plug cold starting system also provides for improved engine starting down to -25°F unaided while utilizing 85 percent less battery power during cold starts (the cold starting system is adaptable to the M113A1, M113A2, and M113A3 engines). The glow plug system is now being installed in the 275 hp RISE engine. Initial testing indicates that the 350 hp engine retains the same external envelope size with a gain of only 45 pounds in weight. The higher horsepower makes a heavier vehicle possible; allowing heavier mission payloads and/or greater armor protection.

Transmission Upgrades
The new engine packages have also been accompanied by improvements in the RISE transmission component. The RISE program was introduced with the X200-4 transmission from Allison Transmission. The X-200-4 transmission replaces the three component A2 vehicle drive train (transfer gear case, transmission, steering differential). The new transmission, designed to provide longer life than the previous configuration, has proven durability that is five times greater than the TX-100-1 transmission that it replaced.
The Model X200-4 Transmission went into production in 1986 for both the M113A3 and M730A2 RISE powered vehicles. It was designed for use in vehicles up to 32,000 pounds, a top speed of 41 mph, a maximum engine speed of 2800 RPM, and a power rating up to 275 hp.
Development of the Model X200-4A Transmission was prompted by the heavier derivative vehicles that will utilize the 300 hp and 350 hp engines noted above. The "4A" model features durability and performance improvements in 6 separate areas. It is capable of operating in vehicles up to 40,000 pounds with a top speed of 41 mph. Most importantly, the new model allows for vehicle power growth up to 350 hp. Because of its application from 275- 350 hp, the X200-4A has been phased into production and is the only transmission currently being produced for the M113A3 RISE variants.

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M113A3
The M113A3 is a product improved version of the M113A2 with improved transmission and engine. The U.S. Army first identified the need to up-power the M113A2 carrier in the mid-1970s. This need was driven by increases in vehicle weight and a requirement to increase the mobility and survivability of the system. As a result, the "RISE" powertrain was developed and tested at Yuma and Aberdeen Proving Grounds. However, application of the new powertrain was deferred due to a lack of funds.
In 1984 a decision was made to incorporate the RISE package, improved driver controls, spall liners, external fuel tanks and provisions for installation of an external armor kit on an M113 chassis. Additionally, a bolt-on armor kit providing 14.5 mm ballistic protection was developed and tested. Except for the mounting provisions the external armor applique was not incorporated for production.
The new X200-4/4A hydrostatic steer transmission permits use of a more powerful engine, the 275 HP turbocharged Detroit Diesel 6V53T, and eliminates the transfer case and controlled differential. The RISE powerpack increases fuel economy, acceleration, hill climbing speed and braking capabilities and allows the vehicle to maintain speed through corners by accelerating the outer track rather than braking the inner track as on the A2. The increase in horsepower also allows installation of an external armor kit (which increases the gross vehicle weight to 31,000 pounds) and provides mobility comparable to currently fielded vehicles such as the M1 tank and M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles.
Steering is improved with an automotive-type steering yoke and foot brake arrangement which improves driver control, lessens fatigue and simplifies driver training from that of the A1/A2 steering/braking laterals. Due to load matching ability and increased steering capability, cross country performance is also improved.
Crew survivability is increased by the addition of spall suppression liners and locating the fuel tanks externally, on the rear of the vehicle. The inside of the vehicle (sides, roof and rear) are covered with spall suppression liners which limit troop injuries from the effect of overmatching weapons by restricting the spread of spall when a round penetrates the hull. External fuel tanks free up 16 cubic feet of usable space inside the vehicle and reduce the fire hazard inside the crew compartment. Two tanks and independent valving provide redundancy in the fuel system allowing continued operation when one tank is damaged.





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M113A3+/M113A4 Infantry Fighting Vehicle Light (IFVL)
the Infantry Fighting Vehicle Light (IFVL) is a light infantry fighting vehicle based on the proven MTVL chassis and featuring a one-man stabilized turret is convertible from existing assets or available as new production. It offers the exceptional automotive performance of the MTVL chassis combined with the substantial firepower of the stabilized 25mm chaingun and 7.62mm machinegun. The vehicle is powered by a 400hp 6V53TIA electronically controlled engine driving through the latest X200-4B cross drive transmission. The IFVL uses many common M113/MTVL components that help insure high reliability, availability, and maintainability, plus a proven design, common maintenance techniques and an established logistics infrastructure. Applique armor provides the flexibility to alter the armor package as the threat level changes or technology advances. The vehicle carries a crew of two or three and up to 10 dismount soldiers. As with all M113 variants,it is roll-on/roll-off transportable on a C130.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 4:05

VAB (Vehicule de l'Avant Blinde) Wheeled Armoured Fighting Vehicle, France

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Specifications

Accommodation: Crew 2, Passengers 11

Guns: Main Gun Caliber 25 mm
Dimensions: Height 2.1 m, Width 2.5 m
Weights: Max Weight 14,800 kg (32,628 lb), Min Weight 10,500 kg (23,148 lb)
Performance: Max Range 1,000 km (540 nm), Top Speed 25 mps (49 kt)
Power: Power 220 shp
Other: Wheels 6

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GIAT Industries VAB (véhicule de l'avant blindé) is a family of armored vehicles designed to be employed on a wide range of missions. It features amphibious, NBC protected, wheeled, high mobility, air-transportable chassis available in either 4x4 or 6x6 configuration. It is powered by a 220/300-hp turbodiesel engine manufactured by Renault which allows top speed of 90+ kph. It carries 10/11 fully equipped troops along with a two-man crew. VAB can be equipped with guns/turrets of up to 25mm and missile systems.

Its lightweight armor provides full coverage protection against 7.62mm caliber ammunition and landmines. Fitted with add-on armor VAB can withstand ballistic impacts from 14.5mm ammunition. The 6x6 vehicle maximum weight equipped with add-on armor and maximum payload is 16 tons. VABs are specially well suited for peacekeeping operations due to its high mobility and flexibility. The French Army deployed the VAB during peacekeeping operations in the former Yugoslavia.
GIAT Industries is marketing the VAB in the roles of troops transport, infantry fighting vehicle fitted with 12.7mm or 25mm guns, command vehicle, anti-armor vehicle, 81mm mortar carrier, ambulance, recovery vehicle, NBC reconnaissance, equipment transport and security vehicle. More than 5,000 VABs have been produced so far. VAB was ordered by the French Army and 14 international customers.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 4:18

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Description: The BTR-90 is an all-terrain, highly mobile, 8x8 armored vehicle designed to carry safely infantry troops to the front line on the battlefield. Besides, it provides fire support to dismounted troops as well as enhanced protection over preceding Soviet/Russian made armored vehicles. It has been designed to equip mechanized units within the Russian Army as well as Marine units of the Russian Navy. A wide range of vehicles to fulfill different missions could be developed on the basis of the BTR-90 chassis.
The BTR-90 has been developed with the combat experience gained on the BTR-80 armored vehicle. A heavier armor has been provided to achieve enhanced survivability on the battlefield. The powerplant is located in the aft, the combat compartment in the front and the troops compartment in the middle of the body. The gunner and the commander are accommodated in the turret, and the driver and seven infantryman in the middle of the body. Top and side hatches have been provided to facilitate mount/dismount operations.
The BTR-90's turret accommodates all the weaponry. The weapon package includes the 30mm 2A42 automatic gun, the 30mm AGS-17 grenade launcher, and one coaxial 7.62mm machine gun. An integrated fire control system ensures target kill on the move and in adverse weather conditions. A Kornet (Konkurs?) anti-tank missile launcher system can be integrated on the turret providing BTR-90 engagement capability against heavyweight armored vehicles such as MBTs and Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs).
The BTR-90 is powered by a multi-fuel diesel engine and features an advanced 8x8 independent torsion-bar wheel system providing high mobility and enhanced cross country speed. Improved survivability for the BTR-90 can be gained through add-on armor.
The BTR-90 achieved initial operational capability in 1998. It is available for export and replacement of aging BTRs by BTR-90s in the Russian Army remains uncertain.

Specifications

Accommodation: Crew 3, Passengers 7
Guns: Main Gun Caliber 30 mm
Dimensions: Height 2.4 m, Length 8 m, Width 2.9 m
Weights: Max Weight 20,920 kg (46,120 lb)
Performance: Cross Country Speed 14 mps (27 kt), Main Gun Max Range 4,000 m (13,123 ft), Max Range 800 km (432 nm), Top Speed 28 mps (54 kt)
Power: Power 400 shp
Other: Wheels 8







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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 4:35

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Infantry Combat Vehicle BMP-3
Weight (t):
18.7 (loaded)
Personnel capacity: 7 (+3 crew)
Dimesions (mm): -
-lenght na
-breadth: na
-width: na
Maximum speed (km/h): -
-om the highway: 70 (20)
-af.: 10
Highway fuel endurance (km): 600-800
Engine: Diezel UTD-29,four stroke, liquid cooled
hydrojet- one stage type
Power max (kW): 368
Armament: 100mm cannon/missile launcher 2A70
autom. gun 30 mm 2A72;
MG PKT 7,62 mm x 3
Mximum rate of fire (m):
100 mm cannon-
30mm-
4'000
4'000
Armour protection: na
Laying angles, elev.: -6 to +60 degrees
-traverse: 360 deg





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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 17 Sep 2009 - 16:47

AIFV STRIKER


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Le Stryker est une famille de véhicule
blindé à roues, transportable par avion C-130 et construit
à la demande de l'US Army par les sociétés General Motors
du Canada et General Dynamics Land Systems Division des USA.
Le Stryker est basé sur le châssis du LAV III 8 x 8 de la
firme General Motors, celui-ci est entré en service en 2001.
Le LAV III est à l'origine une version du Piranha III de la
firme Suisse Mowag, qui est maintenant la propriété de General
Motors Defense. General Defense et General Dynamics ont partagés
la fabrication et l'assemblage finale des véhicules dans différentes
villes dont : Anniston, Alabama, Lima, Ohio, Londres et Ontario.
Une brigade Stryker a été conçue pour combiner un ensemble
de versions différentes du véhicule de base afin de donner
une capacité à cette brigade au niveau de sa mobilité et d'un
déploiement rapide. Le véhicule Stryker donne à son équipage
une possibilité de manouvrer sur des terrains fermés
ou urbain, tout en donnant une protection en terrain découvert.
Celui-ci permet également le transport rapide de personnel
d'infanterie vers des positions critiques du champ de bataille.
Le contrat pour l'achat des différentes du véhicules fut signé
vers novembre 2001. Les véhicules ont été achetés afin d'équiper
six brigades de combat. Le contrat porte sur l'achat d'un
ensemble de 2.131 véhicules. Les premiers véhicules ont été
livrés à partir de General Motors de Londres et Ontario. Pour
l'instant un total de 450 véhicules a été livrés à l'armée
US. Le véhicule blindé à roues 8 x 8 Stryker est le premier
nouveau véhicule militaire à être livré et mis en service
auprès des forces américaines depuis la mise en service du
char Abrams M1 dans le courant des années 80. Les premiers
Stryker ont été présentés lors de l 'exercice militaire Millenium
Challenge 2002, ensuite le "Joint Forces Command"
a expérimenté le véhicule et effectué des démonstrations en
juillet et août 2002. Les véhicules Stryker furent déployés
à partir d'avion de transport C-130 et C17 durant les exercices.
Les tests opérationnels et d'évaluation ont commencé en mai
2003 lors de l'exercice Arrowhead Lightning II. Il existe
plusieurs variantes, dont le ICV (Infantery Carrier Vehicle)
véhicule de transport de troupe et le MGS (Mobile Gun System)
canon automoteur. Il existe huit configurations du véhicule,
dont le véhicule NBC, le véhicule avec missiles antichar (ATGM),
le véhicule d'évacuation sanitaire (MEV), le véhicule porte
mortier (MC), le véhicule du génie (ESV), le véhicule de commandement
(CV), et le véhicule de reconnaissance (RV). Le poids du véhicule
Stryker est de 19.000 kg, c'est un véhicule avec quatre essieux
de deux roues. Le véhicule peut atteindre une vitesse de 100
km/h et dispose d'une autonomie carburant lui permettant de
parcourir 500 km. Le véhicule de base, est le transporteur
de troupe, il dispose d'un équipage de deux hommes et permet
le transport de neuf fantassins équipés. Le blindage de base
du véhicule est amélioré, grâce à l'ajout de plaques de céramiques
composite. Ce qui permet d'avoir une protection sur l'ensemble
du véhicule contre les armes légères d'un calibre maximum
de 14,5 mm, et des éclats d'obus ou de mortier. La protection
contre l'arme antichar RPG-7 est totale. Le véhicule de transport
d'infanterie (ICV) dispose d'un support universelle pour armes
diverses, celui-ci peut être équipé d'une mitrailleuse de
12,7 mm, d'un lance-grande MK 19 de 40 mm ou d'une mitrailleuse
de 7,62 mm. Il dispose également d'une batterie de six lance-grenades
fumigènes. Le véhicule de commandement dispose d'u système
de communication digitale FBCB2 lui permettant de communiquer
avec les autres véhicules sous format de texte et de carte
digitale. Les cartes montre la position de chaque véhicules
sur le champ de bataille et le chef de l'unité peut également
pointer la position des véhicules ennemis qui seront vu par
les autres chef d'unité. Le système FBCB2 dispose également
du module "Tactical Internet" qui inclut un système
de positionnement appelé EPLRS (Enhanced Position Location
Reporting System). Le chauffeur du Stryker dispose de trois
épiscopes M-17 et d'un système de vision AN/VAS-5. Le chef
de véhicule dispose de sept épiscopes M45 et d'un écran à
image thermique avec caméra vidéo. Le modèle avec canon automoteur
appelé MGS, a été livré pour une première série de pré production
en juillet 2002 et mars 2003. la commande initiale pour ce
modèle de véhicule est de 72 unités. L'armement du MGS consiste
en un canon M68AA1E4 de 105 mm monté sur une tourelle et une
mitrailleuse de 12,7 mm montée sur l'écoutille du chef de
véhicule. Le véhicule dispose également d'un système de contrôle
de tir par ordinateur. Le chargement du canon de 105 mm est
entièrement automatique. Le Stryker MGS peut tirer 18
coups de 105 mm et emporte 400 coups pour la mitrailleuse
de 12,7 mm et 3.400 coups pour la mitrailleuse de 7,62 mm.
Il dispose également de deux lance-grenades fumigènes. Ce
véhicule est équipé du même poste de communication et des
optiques de vision pour le chauffeur que le véhicule de transport
de troupe, mais l'emplacement du canonnier est équipé de trois
épiscopes et d'un système de vision nuit/jour à affichage
thermique. Le MGS dispose également d'un système de protection
NBC. L'avantage pour le chef d'unité de disposer d'un obusier
automoteur sur le même châssis permet de réduire les besoins
logistique et de disposer d'un support d'artillerie qui peut
suivre les autres véhicules de l'unité. Le véhicule Stryker
peut être transporté par avion de transport C-130, C-17 ou
C-5. Le C-5 et le C-17 peuvent transporter jusqu'à sept Stryker.
La configuration du Stryker permet un débarquement et déploiement
rapide à partir d'un avion de transport C-130 pour un combat
immédiat.










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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Ven 18 Sep 2009 - 0:41

VBCI :

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Le programme VBCI
(véhicule blindé de combat d’infanterie) assurera, à partir de mi-2008,
d’assurer le transport, la protection et le soutien des groupes de
combat d’infanterie et de leurs moyens de commandement.
Il tire son origine du projet de véhicule blindé modulaire lancé au début des années 1990.
Il
permet de répondre au mieux à l’évolution des critères d’intervention
des forces armées qui implique une projection plus aisée sur les
théâtres d’opérations, une mobilité accrue et la nécessité de faire
face à des niveaux de menaces de plus en plus sévères.
Il remplacera à terme les engins blindés de type AMX 10 P et PC en service dans l’armée de terre depuis les années 1970.

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Le véhicule blindé de
combat d’infanterie (VBCI) est dans un premier temps réalisé suivant 2
versions VCI et VPC répondant à ses principales missions au profit des
groupes de combat et des moyens de commandement de l’infanterie.
La
version de combat d’infanterie (VCI) est destinée à assurer le
transport, la protection et le soutien feu des groupes de combat des
régiments d’infanterie des brigades blindées et mécanisées. A cet
effet, le VCI intègre une tourelle de moyen calibre de type Dragar
(25mm)
La version poste de commandement (VPC) est
destinée, après équipement par le programme système d’information
régimentaire (SIR), à assurer l’accueil, le transport et la protection
des moyens de commandement de ces mêmes unités d’infanterie, mais
également des unités de char LECLERC. La version VPC dispose pour son
autodéfense d’une mitrailleuse de 12,7 mm.
Les deux versions comporteront différents équipements tels que :
des équipements de communication avec l’intégration d’un Système d’Information Terminal (SIT),
des équipements d’identification au combat,
des équipements de détection et de protection NBC.
Ces caractéristiques permettent au VBCI
d’intervenir dans des combats de haute intensité en terrain dégagé, en
environnement urbain, ou lors de missions de maintien de paix.

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Caractéristiques du VBCI :


8 roues motrices
Masse en ordre de combat : • Version VCI : 28,8 tonnes • Version VPC : 26 tonnes
Dimensions du chassis : conforme au gabarit routier (L = 7,60m, l = 2,98 m, h = 2,20m)
Equipage 2 hommes (pilote et tireur/chef d’engin)
Protection balistique modulaire et évolutive face aux menaces " moyens calibres " et mines/IED
Groupe motopropulseur de 555 ch avec boite automatique
Importante mobilité stratégique en autonome
Mobilité tactique adaptée à tous les terrains de combat
Suspension oléo-pneumatique
Roues équipées du dispositif de variation de pression de gonflage en marche et du dispositif de roulage " à plat "
Charge utile :

  • Version VCI :



    • Groupe de combat de 9 hommes (+ équipage permanent de 2 hommes)
    • Tourelle de moyen calibre de type Dragar (25mm)
    • Mitrailleuse de 7,62 mm



  • Version VPC :



    • 2 postes SIR avec 5 servants (+ équipage permanent de 2 hommes)
    • Tourelleau téléopéré d’auto défense armée d’une mitrailleuse de 12,7 mm


Communication : 2 postes radio de nouvelle génération Performances :


Vitesse maximum : supérieure à 100 km/h
Diamètre de virage minimal : inférieur à 17 m
Autonomie : supérieure à 750 km sur route à vitesse moyenne de 60 km/h
Pentes max : 60 %
Dévers maximal : 30 %
Franchissement d’un fossé à bords francs : 1,7 m
Franchissement de gué : 1,5 m
Aérotransportable A400M





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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Ven 18 Sep 2009 - 1:09

PANDUR :

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The Pandur 6x6 family of
wheeled armoured vehicles has been developed by Steyr-Daimler-Puch of
Austria and is manufactured by AV Technology International (a General
Dynamics company) of Chesterfield, Michigan, USA. In November 2003,
General Dynamics took over Steyr-Daimler-Puch, which is now part of
General Dynamics European Land Combat Systems (ELCS), along with MOWAG
of Switzerland and General Dynamics, Santa Barbara Sistemas (GDSBS) of
Spain.

The Pandur has been operational with the Austrian Army since 1996
(68 vehicles) and is in service with the Kuwait National Guard (70
vehicles), the Belgian Army (60 vehicles) and the Slovenian Army (36
vehicles). The US Army has awarded a contract for up to 50 Pandur
vehicles to form the basis of the Armoured Ground Mobility System,
which will include new applique armour. Delivery of four vehicles is
complete, a further eight are in production.

In May 2003, the Slovenian Army ordered a further 36 Pandur
vehicles. The vehicles are manufactured by Sistemska Tehnika under
licence.

In May 2004, Gabon purchased one Pandur APC of a requirement for up to 20 vehicles.

All variants use the same chassis configured in one of two basic
models, "A'' Model with an extended centre roof or "B" Model with a
flat roof design. The various configurations include: Armoured
Personnel Carriers fitted with light and heavy machine-gun cupolas and
turrets including the AV-30 and USMC Upgunned Weapon Station; Armoured
Fighting Vehicles and Reconnaissance Vehicles, including the MultiGun
Turreted System mounting 25mm, 30mm or 35mm cannons; Combat Support
Vehicles including 9Omm, anti-tank, and mortar systems; and Service
Support Vehicles including ambulance, engineer, logistics and command
and control.

Steyr-Daimler Puch has developed the Pandur II which began trials in
September 2001. Pandur II will be available in 6x6 and 8x8 versions. It
is powered by a more powerful 355hp Cummins ISC 350 diesel engine and
has an extended wheelbase and modified hull.

PANDUR II

Steyr-Daimler Puch has developed the Pandur II, which began trials
in September 2001. Pandur II will be available in 6x6 and 8x8 versions.
It is powered by a more powerful 355hp Cummins ISC 350 diesel engine
and has an extended wheelbase and modified hull. The first 8x8
prototype is an IFV armed with a 30mm cannon. Standard equipment
includes central tyre inflation system and automatic drive train
management.

ARMOURED RECONNAISSANCE/FIRE SUPPORT VEHICLE

For the reconnaissance and fire support role the vehicle is equipped
with a Cockerill 90mm LCTS turret with a Mark 8 gun, coaxial 7.62mm
machine gun and 7.62mm cupola machine gun. Four smoke grenade launchers
are fitted on either side of the turret.

The turret weapon control system is electro-mechanically powered
with digital control and manual backup. Elevation is -9 to +20° with
full 360° traverse. The gunner’s station is fitted with a combined day
and thermal imaging sight with a stabilised head mirror and an
integrated laser rangefinder. The commander has a panoramic day sight
featuring gyro-stabilised line of sight. A monitor displays the
gunner's thermal channel.

ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER

The armoured personnel carrier's is armed with a 11.7mm M2HB heavy
machine gun and a 7.62m MG3 general purpose machine gun. The main gun
is mounted on a shielded traverse ring which can travel through 360°.
The driver has three episcopic sights and the commander's observation
cupola has five episcopes. Six smoke grenade launchers are fitted on
either side of the turret. A long bodied variant accommodates the
driver and commander and ten fully equipped troops.

AMPHIBIOUS VERSION

The amphibious version of the Pandur, requiring no stopping time for
preparation, has a combat weight of 13.5t. The exhaust pipe is extended
and water jets on the back of the hull provide a maximum speed in water
of 11km/h. The vehicle can pivot through 180° in 8s.

SELF-PROTECTION

Armour protection against 12.7mm weapon systems is provided in the
frontal 30° arc and against 7.62mm calibre all round. A spall liner and
mine protection carpet are installed to minimise the secondary effects
of armour penetration and mines. The drivetrain and steering linkages
are protected within the armoured hull.

Design features to reduce the thermal signature of the vehicle
include a thermally insulated exhaust system and the use of infra-red
absorbing paint. The design of vehicle surfaces has been computer
optimised to minimise the radar cross section of the vehicle. The noise
signature has been reduced with engine and exhaust silencing systems.

PROPULSION

The Pandur vehicle is powered by a Steyr WD 612 diesel engine, rated
at 195kW (265hp). The hydraulically controlled automatic Allison
transmission has torque converter and lockup clutch. The vehicle's
computer system gives electronic control of systems such as gear locks
and clutches, maintenance and repair diagnostic system, with visual and
acoustic warnings. The two steered axles allow manoeuvrability after
damage to the first axle. A tire inflation system gives optimised
traction on all terrain due to continously adjustable tire pressure.

Maximum speed is 110km/h and cruising range is 650km.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Lun 26 Oct 2009 - 20:30

FRES - Future Rapid Effect System
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LONDON, UK: BAE Systems has released the first images of its new demonstrator vehicle for the Scout variant of the multi-billion pound UK FRES SV (Future Rapid Effect System Specialist Vehicles) competition. The vehicle is based on a modified version of its highly-successful CV90 chassis with an all-new turret and cannon.

The UK-developed turret will allow accurate firing on the move, a first for a medium-calibre vehicle weapon system in British service, while the cannon features a revolutionary new 40mm “cased telescoped” design from the BAE Systems/Nexter joint venture CTAI. This will give much greater punch than existing medium-calibre designs against armour, buildings and dismounted troops.

BAE Systems has delivered more than 1,000 CV90 vehicles to six nations, with more than hundred more on order. It is currently in service in Afghanistan with Swedish and Norwegian forces, while Denmark will deploy it there next year. Through these programmes, taxpayers have seen real value for money, new jobs have been created in the customer nations and technology has been transferred successfully
in each case.

Commenting on the vehicle system design, BAE Systems FRES SV Campaign Director Arne Berglund said: “Each successive contract has resulted in further development and CV90 is a mature, fully digitized, very mobile, reliable and well-protected vehicle. It is ideally suited for the range of variants required by the FRES SV programme.

“The demonstrator vehicle has allowed us to integrate complex systems and gives confidence that we can meet the demanding UK Ministry of Defence timescales for the high-priority FRES SV programme. It incorporates technology and learning from our very successful MTIP2 turret programme which integrated the CT40 gun and culminated in a successful live firing demonstration in January this year, from a moving Warrior vehicle against a moving target.”
FRES SV consists of three Blocks of Reconnaissance vehicles, plus Medium Armour and Manoeuvre Support. Up to 1300 could be required in total. Recce Block 1, which consists of Scout, Repair, Recovery and Protected Mobility variants, is the biggest and seen as the highest priority.

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MessageSujet: FNSS PARS   Sam 20 Fév 2010 - 18:25





PARS 4 x 4 : Véhicule à châssis 4 x 4, équipage 2 + 6
PARS 6 x 6 : Véhicule à châssis 6 x 6, équipage 2 + 8
PARS Skyranger : canon automoteur antiaérien.

Armement : Mitrailleuse de 12,7 mm ou de 7,62 mm.
Equipage: 14 hommes
Vitesse: 100 km/h sur terre, 10 km/h sur l'eau
Autonomie: 1.000 km
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Sam 20 Fév 2010 - 18:28

pas la peine de créer un topic pour chaque blindé

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Lun 26 Avr 2010 - 14:06

ROSOMAK 8x8 AMV

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Naza Bumar Unveils Rosomak 8x8 Amv At Dsa 2010

Category: Exhibitions

KUALA LUMPUR, 19th April 2010 – Naza Bumar, a subsidiary of Naza Defence unveiled its ROSOMAK 8x8 AMV (Armoured Modular Vehicle) on the opening day of the DSA (Defence Services Asia) 2010 exhibition at Putra World Trade Centre.


Naza Bumar Unveils Rosomak 8x8 Amv At Dsa 2010

The ROSOMAK (which means ‘Wolverine’ in Polish) was developed by Naza Bumar’s partner Bumar Sp. zo.o of Poland and currently in production in Poland for its Land Forces. These vehicles are currently being used by Polish Contingents in Afghanistan, Chad and Iraq.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF ROSOMAK BASE VEHICLE

The main feature of the ROSOMAK 8x8 AMV is its modular design, which allows the incorporation of different turrets, weapons, sensors, and communications systems on the same platform. Where applicable and where specifications match the mission requirements, commercial off the shelf systems are fitted on the vehicles. The vehicle weighs between 18 and 26 tonnes depending on variants with different armour, turrets/weapons systems, ammunition and crew configurations.

One of the many outstanding features of the ROSOMAK is that it has a very good mine protection and can withstand explosions up to 10 kilograms (22 lb) TNT. It also has protection levels of up to 30 mm APFSDS (armour-piercing fin-stabilized discarding sabot), frontal arc.

Another important feature is its agile mobility, combining speed, agility, and crew comfort in all kinds of terrain and adverse climatic conditions, enabled by a sophisticated but rugged hydraulic suspension adjusting each wheel individually.

HULL

The vehicle is fitted with modular ballistic protection to the customer specification up to a protection level against 30mm armour piercing APFSDS rounds (at the least). The maximum internal volume of the 8x8 AMV vehicle is 13m, the combat weight up to 26 tonnes and the payload is 10 tonnes.

MANOEUVRABILITY

The maximum road speed of AMV is over 100km/h with an operating range 800km. The vehicle can negotiate 60% forward slopes, 30% side slopes, 0.7m steps and trenches up to 2.0m in width. The vehicle can ford water up to 1.5m in depth. The vehicle is fitted with two shrouded propellers, one on each side at the rear of the hull for amphibious capability. The swimming speed is 8km/h to 10km/h.

ENGINE

The dual power DI 12 Scania diesel engine produces 360kW and 1,974Nm torque. The drive system uses a ZF Ecomat 7HP902 automatic transmission with 7 +1 gears.

The driveline includes all-wheel drive, 14.00 R 20 tyres with run flat devices, disc brakes and central tyre inflation system (CTIS). The central tyre inflation capability gives reduced ground pressure. All wheels have independent suspension. In the suspension system there are hydro-pneumatic elements with optional vehicle ride height control.

SPECIFICATIONS OF BASE VEHICLE

* Weight : 16 to 26 tonnes

* Length : 7.8m

* Width : 2.8 m

* Height (over hull) : 2.4m

* Engine : SCANIA DI 12 56A03PE, max 360 kW (480 hp)

* Power/weight : 15.6 kW/tonne (21.2 PS/tonne) (max weight)

* Torque output max : 1970 Nm

* Transmission model : ZF 7HP 902S Ecomat, 7 + 1 gears torque converter retarder CAN bus

* Suspension : Independent Suspension all wheels

* Operational range : 800 km (500 mi)

* Speed : over 100 km/h (60 mph) on land, up to 10 km/h (6.2 mph) in water

VARIANTS

Rosomak Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV)

Infantry fighting vehicle variant with Oto Melara Hitfist-30P gun turret armed with 30mm ATK Mk 44 chain gun and 7.62mm NATO round UKM-2000C machine gun. The turret has advanced fire control system with thermal sight and OBRA laser warning system connected to 76 mm Wegmann smoke grenade launchers.

Rosomak-M1

Infantry fighting vehicle variant modified for war, equipped with additional steel-composite armour, upgraded communications, wire cutters in front of driver and commander hatch, video cameras showing back and sides of vehicle on two LCD screens in troop compartment, Pilar system that detects the direction of fire.

Rosomak Armoured Personnel Carrier

Armoured personnel carrier variant modified for specific mission, equipped with similar task equipment (including additional armour) as IFV variant. The main difference is that this variant is equipped with OSS-D open turret with 40mm Mk-19 grenade launcher or .50 BMG or 12.7 x 107 mm WKM-B heavy machine gun.

Rosomak Medical Evacuation Vehicle

An armoured ambulance vehicle with crew of 3, capable to transport 3 injured in stretched position and additional four in sitting position.

Rosomak-S

Armoured personnel carrier variant for two anti-tank teams armed with Spike anti-tank guided missile.

Rosomak Command Vehicle

A command vehicle for battalion commander. Demo vehicle prepared by WB Electronics was unveiled in late 2008.

Rosomak Air Defence Command Vehicle

Air defence command vehicle equipped with Łowcza (Loura) system. Similar to ZWD-10R Łowcza-3 (Loura-3).

USERS

Operators include Croatia, Finland, Poland, Slovenia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.

Naza
26.04.2010
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mar 27 Avr 2010 - 12:29

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IVECO Gives Preview to Eurosatory Trade Show

IVECO's SUPERAV 8x8 amphibious vehicle.

provides Iveco Defence Vehicles with the opportunity to acquaint both existing customers and other visitors with the most recent developments in our product range.
Taking pride of place on the stand at Eurosatory will be our new 8 x 8 amphibious vehicle, the SUPERAV. Designed by our engineers in Bolzano to meet an identified need for an airportable medium AFV capable of operating up to Sea State 3, SUPERAV is available in a number of variants, all based on a common hull design and drive train. The vehicle can also be equipped with a turret mounting a cannon of up to 30mm calibre.
The new 4x4 Medium Protected Vehicle (MPV) will also be on display. A wholly European development, the MPV design exploits the technical expertise of two of the major European armoured vehicle manufacturers, Iveco DV and Krauss- Maffei Wegmann (KMW) of Germany. A formal co-operation agreement between the two companies was signed in June.
Iveco is also delighted to be able to exhibit four examples of its innovative development of existing product lines to meet evolving operational requirements. The first of these is the continuing work to develop our successful LMV design to further increase its utility. Three variants are on display:
• A long wheel base, long cab version with an increased GVW, payload and capacity and further improved internal ergonomic layout
• A long wheel base, short cab version fitted with a lightweight loadbed designed and manufactured by Marshall Specialist Vehicle
• An evolution of the LMV after request of the Italian Army for a specific variant providing, among others, increased protection.
All of these variants are designed to meet the growing need for Protected Utility vehicles, recognising the particular demands of asymmetric warfare.
Iveco has two further developments which aim to meet the demands of providing logistic support in demanding and hostile conditions. Of great interest to a wide variety of countries is the Trakker chassis mounting a ballistic steel protected cab. The outstanding mobility and reliability of the well proven Trakker, combined with the industry leading protection levels provided by the cab, provides a rugged, highly survivable logistic capability with the potential for deployment in even the most demanding operational conditions. The 8 x 8 vehicle being exhibited is a water tanker currently in service with the Bundeswehr.
In parallel with this development of the Trakker based highly cost and operationally effective COTS protected logistic vehicle, Iveco has also further developed its military special High Mobility range, produced by Iveco’s Astra plant. Available in 4x4, 6x6 and 8x8 configurations, the range now features a newly developed protected cab. This uses a composite appliqué system which can be mounted on the purpose designed base cab, ensuring that the vehicle provides the crew with the maximum flexibility in providing trade-offs between protection and payload.
All of these vehicles are on display at our stand, number D501, and we would be delighted to welcome you there.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mer 9 Fév 2011 - 10:45



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The American Defense Company ArmorWorks presents at International Armoured Vehicles 2011 an new innovative 3D camouflage applique for armoured vehicle called TactiCam that has the potential to reduce vehicle signature in radar, infrared and visual spectrum.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Lun 1 Aoû 2011 - 16:46


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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mar 13 Sep 2011 - 12:27

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KMW presents new DINGO version






Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW), Europe's market leader for highly portected wheeled and tracked vehicles presented a newly developed and increased power-rated version of the DINGO 2 wheeled vehicle at the opening of the security exhibition DSEi in London today.

With already six nations (Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Norway and Austria) making use of the DINGO 2 in more than 15 versions, it has proven its worth in numerous international missions of the NATO, EU or United Nations. Especially in the Afghanistan missions, afflicted by terrorist attacks, the DINGO has repeatedly served as a life saver for its crew.

“KMW is known throughout the world for its powerful and highly protected military vehicles. With the new DINGO HD we are consequently continuing our product strategy, offering a product line with a broad variety of vehicles, all at the highest level of protection, to our international clients”, said Frank Haun, CEO and President of KMW.

INCREASED PERFORMANCE AND HIGHER PAYLOAD

The new HD-version (Heavy Duty) offers a much higher payload of up to 3 tons, whilst the external dimensions remain the same as all other DINGO 2 vehicles. The gross vehicle weight was increased to 14,5 tons. It is based on a Unimog vehicle chassis with a 225kW, 6-cylinder engine and a fully automatic transmission. Hereby a large number of new and mission-specific versions can be created, whilst maintaining the known international protection concept. The logistical concept of the DINGO 2 ties in perfectly with previously released DINGO versions. The user states can thereby guarantee a continuous and price efficient provisioning for the DINGO vehicle family.

DINGO 2 – THE BEST PROTECTION FOR DANGEROUS MISSIONS

Almost 1000 DINGOs in different versions, ranging from patrol and reconnaissance versions over mobile command posts to ambulance and NBC-reconnaissance versions, are in use with six European nations. The high level of protection has repeatedly proven its worth during numerous terrorist attacks and has always saved the lives of the crew members. The vehicles offer the soldiers the best protection available in the world combined with high mobility. The large payload allows a battle load capacity for patrols of several days duration.

The deployment under extreme climatic conditions is guaranteed through climate control and a protective ventilation system. For self-defence purposes the DINGO is equipped with a remote controlled light weapons station of the type FLW 100 or FLW 200. the vehicle crew is thereby capable of operating the weapons station from within the protected interior. The stabilisation of the FLW allows gunfights even when the vehicle is in movement.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 22 Sep 2011 - 13:07


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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Jeu 29 Sep 2011 - 16:25


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MessageSujet: Nouveau FED ALPHA   Sam 15 Oct 2011 - 17:36

Ce véhicule est censé remplacer le HUMVEE dans l'armée américaine.











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Non, il ne s’agit pas ici de notre célèbre entrepreneur, voire l'excellent cuisinier québécois Ricardo Larrivée, mais de la firme américaine d’ingénierie Ricardo qui pour le compte de l’armée américaine a conçue un véhicule à vocation militaire plus frugal que la moyenne.

Un véhicule qui tout récemment a passé avec succès toute une batterie de tests sur une piste d’essais réservée à l’armée américaine située à Aberdeen au Maryland.

Le char d’assaut a une structure faite d’aluminium ultra résistant combinée à toutes les protections d’usage pour un véhicule de l’armée.

Le moteur utilisé est un Cummins I4 accouplé à une transmission automatique à six rapports.

Goodyear a développé des pneus spécifiques pour le FED ALPHA.

Comme c’est coutume dans l’armée, aucune information à caractère technique ne peut être dévoilée au grand public et ce pour fins de sécurité nationale…

Depuis lundi de cette semaine, le FED ALPHA est officiellement dévoilé dans le cadre de la tenue de l’édition 2011 de l’ « AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition » qui se tient au Centre des Conventions Walter E. Washington.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mer 15 Fév 2012 - 13:16

tiens ... Rolling Eyes

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Ven 17 Fév 2012 - 13:22

rafi a écrit:
En ce qui concerne la protection qu'apportent en temps de paix le matos lambda, j'en suis toujours aussi baba. C'est cher, et pour les OPEX ou en cas de guerre, il faut payer bonbons les améliorations au niveau blindage et surblindage.

Gémini a écrit:
Là tu touches un point sensible en parlant de protection en temps de paix et de guerre ,je suis entierement d'accord.

L'ideal serait un véhicule conçu dés le depart pour la guerre (basse,moyenne et haute) avec blindages rapportés qui pourraient s'enlever (facilement cela va de soit ) pour l'entrainement ou le quotidien. reunir les caracteristiques de ces guerre ne doit pas etre sipmle pour concevoir ledit materiel (aerotransport,dépanages etc etc)
j'en conviens . scratch

Nous sommes entièrement d'accord, et c'est tellement évident comme façon de penser que nos "amis" politiciens se gachent la santé à faire tout le contraire.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mar 24 Juil 2012 - 13:11

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China's Type 90 a Stalking Tiger on World Light Tracked Vehicle Market


A Type 90 infantry fighting vehicle of the People’s Liberation Army.

06:48 GMT, July 24, 2012 NEWTOWN, Conn. | In its annual analysis "The Market for Light Tracked Vehicles," the Forecast International Weapons Group reports that it expects the market to produce nearly 9,300 units, worth more than $19.7 billion, through 2021. The international market for light tracked vehicles remains a highly competitive and dynamic environment.

Dean Lockwood, weapons systems analyst at Forecast International, notes that in terms of sheer numbers, China's Type 90 armored personnel carrier (APC) and Type 90 mechanized infantry combat vehicle (MICV) represent the most significant light tracked vehicle production run of the forecast period. As the People’s Liberation Army standardizes its mechanized forces around the Type 90 APCand MICV, Forecast International expects that combined production of these two vehicles will account for about 41 percent of all new light tracked vehicle production worldwide, worth some 9 percent of the market, through 2021.

Meanwhile, new production of the top high-end vehicle – the Igel/Puma – will account for only 10.9 percent of all production through the forecast period. Yet, Lockwood states, "We estimate this program will own 59.5 percent of the total value of the light tracked vehicle market through 2021." Lockwood adds, “For most nations, the expense associated with the modernization and retrofit of high-end light tracked vehicles pales in comparison with the prospect of new procurement.”

The ongoing U.S. Army investment in the maintenance and upgrade of the existing Bradley fleet through FY17 is now equivalent to only 5 percent of the value of all new-production light tracked vehicles scheduled to roll out worldwide through 2021. “While transparent to this market analysis, maintenance of the existing Bradley Fighting Vehicle fleet in U.S. Army service is still effectively the sixth most valuable light tracked vehicle program on the international market,” Lockwood said.

Although the light tracked vehicles in service today are all products of the Cold War, Lockwood says that they are far from relics destined for the scrap heap. "Since the U.S. 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized) executed its 'Thunder Run' toBaghdadin 2003, the light tracked vehicle has soldiered on as a significant force multiplier on the modern asymmetric battlefield," he said.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Sam 28 Juil 2012 - 5:04

BMP3F version amphibie



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The BMP-3F Marines fighting vehicle is based on the BMP-3 IFV and intended to increase fire power, mobility and protection of the marines.

As compared to the basic model, the vehicle design features the changes increasing floatability reserve factor and the vehicle stability: the self-entrenching equipment is omitted, a light-weight antisurge vane and an air intake tube are introduced; the BMP-3F turret is protected by antisurge vanes as well.

Features

Advanced manoeuvrability afloat, capability to move afloat at Sea State 3
Firing with the required accuracy at Sea State 2
Continuous stay afloat for 7 hours with the running engine
Water jet propellers develop 10 km/h speed afloat
The BMP-3F design allows the vehicle to come out to coast under rough sea conditions and to tow the same-type vehicle
A new main sight SOZH with an integrated laser range finder and an ATGM guidance channel is installed
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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Lun 21 Jan 2013 - 2:17

AML90 upgraded par une firme Israelienne


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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Mer 13 Fév 2013 - 16:27


The Marauder - South Africa's Ten Ton Military Vehicle

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MessageSujet: Re: Armored Combat vehicules APC/IFV (blindés..)   Dim 14 Avr 2013 - 2:55

qu en pensez vous ? il fait de la politique ou c est vrai ce qu il dit ?
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