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New Colt Canada C20 7.62mm caliber sniper rifle for Canadian Army

May 2020 News Defense Global Security army industry Posted On Wednesday, 13 May 2020 14:00



Canadian army will receive the new sniper rifle C20 in a 7.62 mm caliber produced by Colt Canada to replace the C8 used by the sniper teams. According to Canadian military sources, the new C20 will be more accurate and an improvement over the current C8 used by Canadian soldiers.

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New Colt Canada C20 7.62mm caliber sniper rifle. (Picture source Colt Canada)


The new C20 rifle was selected by the Canadian Army in August 2019, as part of their Sniper System Project, and was developed to be used as a sniper rifle. The C20 is manufactured by Colt Canada and 300 rifles are expected to be delivered to the Canadian army. The Canadian government initially awarded a $2-million contract to Colt Canada on February 28, 2020, to establish the production line to produce the C20 sniper rifle.

According to a technical review published by the "'The Fire Arm" Blog, the C20 uses a direct gas impingement system and has a monolithic upper receiver, a technology licensed from LMT, that allows a full-length Picatinny top rail. The MRR-L Integrated Upper Receiver has an MLOK forend. The C20 has a Geissele SSA Dual-Stage Trigger, an LMT DMR adjustable buttstock, and an American Defence bipod. It has been tested with OSS’ QD7.62 suppressor and a can from ASTUR. The Canadian Armed Forces have not yet selected an optic to run with the C20.

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Canadian Army to equip its ACSVs with newest generation remote weapon station

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Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has announced on Tuesday that the Canadian Army will equip the Armoured Combat Support Vehicles (ACSV) with a newest generation remote weapon station.

General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada and Kongsberg have signed a contract for delivery of the Protector Remote Weapon Stations (RWS) to the Canadian Army valued 500 MNOK. The PROTECTOR RWS will be integrated on Canada’s fleet of Armored Combat Support Vehicles. Canada signed their first Protector RWS contract in 2005 followed by additional contracts in 2012 and 2014.

“We are very pleased to be chosen again as the supplier of Remote Weapon Stations to the Canadian Army. This confirms the strong position of Kongsberg’s Protector RWS, and continues the close relationship between Kongsberg and the Canadian Army and General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada,” says Pål E. Bratlie, executive vice president, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS.

“In the midst of the most uncertain and difficult economic times in our lifetime, we are very pleased to win this order in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our business base is long-term and solid, with an order backlog that provides a strong foundation for continued operations into the future,” says Eirik Lie, President Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS.

Kongsberg has, for more than two decades, been the leading global supplier of Remote Weapon Stations. Leveraging millions of hours of operational use in all conditions, based on 20,000 delivered systems for 23 countries. The Protector RWS has continuously evolved to meet increasingly demanding requirements, utilizing technological advancements in order to meet new threat scenarios.

The Canadian Army will receive the latest generation Protector RWS, a Remote Weapon Station prepared for wireless control, counter UAS capability, multi-sensor fusion, as well as other new functions required by the expanding user community. The systems for Canada will be produced in parallel with five other programs, creating synergies in supply base and project execution for the benefit of the customers.

The Government of Canada will procure 360 ACSV to replace the Bison LAV and M113 Tracked LAV fleets. These vehicles will support a range of operations which include domestic disaster relief and overseas peace keeping missions.

The ACSV are based on the LAV 6.0 platform and will integrate with and support the existing LAV 6.0 platform currently in use by the CAF. This will provide a number of advantages including reduced training and sustainment costs, as well as the availability of common spare parts to fix vehicles quickly during operations.

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La Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) a commandé deux avions de type Bombardier Challenger 650, a annoncé le ministère de la Défense nationale (MDN) le 6 juin. L’appareil remplacera les deux plus anciens Challenger en service qui sont confrontés à l’obsolescence. Selon le MDN, les anciens Challenger sont en deçà des besoins opérationnels et sont presque obsolètes en raison de nouvelles règles aux États-Unis et en Europe qui restreindront leur capacité à voler à l'étranger avant la fin de cette année. Le contrat d’une valeur de 78,3 millions de dollars comprend également un ensemble de formation et de pièces de rechange.

La livraison de l'avion standard est prévue pour l'été, avec une capacité opérationnelle initiale prévue pour l'automne. L’appareil se joindra au 412ème Escadron de transport « Falcon » à l’Aéroport international Macdonald-Cartier d’Ottawa, qui exploite actuellement quatre Challenger.

La flotte est chargée de nombreux rôles, y compris le transport VIP / gouvernemental, l'évacuation médicale et l'extraction de personnel international. L’appareil entreprend également le déploiement rapide de capacités et d’expertise spécialisées, y compris l’équipe d’intervention en cas de catastrophe du Canada. Cependant, environ 80% des heures de vol de la flotte sont consacrées aux travaux des services de vol utilitaires qui aident les forces armées à assurer la liaison et le soutien opérationnel / à la formation. Les Challenger ont été occupés pendant l'urgence du Covid-19, à livrer du matériel médical et des trousses d'analyse à certaines des collectivités nordiques éloignées du Canada.

Les nouveaux Challenger 650 remplaceront la paire restante de CC-144B du 412e Escadron, basée sur le modèle CL-601 et livrée dans les années 80. Les deux autres appareils de l’unité sont des CC-144C, basés sur le CL-604 et livrés dans les années 2000. Cette paire ne fait pas face aux problèmes d'obsolescence des appareils plus anciens.

Il est prévu que les nouveaux Challenger 650 seront désignés CC-144D en service au sein de l’a RCAF et reprendront.

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Le Challenger 650 dispose d’une autonomie qui dépasse les 4’000 milles marins (7 400 km) le biréacteur Challenger 650 s’appuie sur la solide réputation de l’avion Challenger 605 et présente des caractéristiques améliorées telles que les tout nouveaux moteurs General Electric CF-34-3B évolués offrant une poussée accrue et une distance de décollage plus courte, une capacité de charge payante supplémentaire et une plus grande autonomie potentielle sur des aéroports d’accès difficile. Le biréacteur Challenger 650 est également doté du poste de pilotage Bombardier Vision Proline 21 et d’une cabine entièrement redessinée, la plus large de sa catégorie, aux fauteuils d’un design moderne et ergonomique, d’un office repensé et des systèmes de gestion de cabine les plus évolués et les mieux équipés de l’aviation d’affaires, des écrans HD les plus grands de sa catégorie et la meilleure connectivité de l’industrie.

Photos : 1 Challenger actuel de la RCAF 2 Le futur Challenger 650 @ RCAF


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Canada launches production of new combat vehicles

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Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan said that production on the first Armoured Combat Support Vehicle, or also know as ACSV, has begun in London, Ontario at the General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada manufacturing facilities.

These new vehicles will fulfill a variety of combat support roles such as that of Troop/Cargo Vehicle (TCV), ambulance, command post, and mobile repair and recovery, according to a press release issued Tuesday by National Defense.

The contract for this project was awarded last September, and since then, a number of subcontracts have been awarded by General Dynamics to allow work to start. These subcontracts represent over $137 million in investments to more than 30 Canadian businesses from coast to coast to coast, creating and sustaining over 400 jobs across the country.

This is a big step forward as the government continues to deliver on Strong, Secure, Engaged, Canada’s first fully costed and funded defence policy. As per the Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy, General Dynamics will re-invest an amount equal to the value of the contract to create and sustain well-paying jobs across the country.

These vehicles will replace the current fleets of M113 Tracked Light Armoured Vehicle (TLAV) and the LAV II Bison. The first vehicle is expected roll off the production line this December, with deliveries occurring through February 2025. Testing, training, and procurement of spare parts will be required before the initial vehicles are distributed to Canadian Armed Forces bases in 2022.



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Production on the first ACSV has begun at @GD_LandSystems 🇨🇦. These vehicles will fulfill many supporting roles for our @CanadianForces members. Many 🇨🇦 workers will benefit from our investment — a big step in the implementation of our Defence policy.https://t.co/sNrHXXBlVO pic.twitter.com/2jOz992I7A

— Harjit Sajjan (@HarjitSajjan) August 4, 2020



“These vehicles will form the backbone of the Army’s combat support fleet, and be used on a wide range of operations including domestic disaster relief and international peace support missions,” said Harjit Sajjan. “Thanks to the flexibility found in our defense policy, Strong, Secure, Engaged, work on the vehicles has started years earlier than expected and ensures that we continue to support well-paying Canadian jobs and critical innovation in communities across the country.”

The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry also added that “Our government has ensured that this contract supports Canadian jobs and provides benefits to Canadian industry, including small and medium-sized businesses. Through the Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy, this project will continue to strengthen key industrial capabilities that support the Canadian Armed Forces and help to keep Canada’s economy strong.”

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