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8 hours ago, heretic88 said:

Its the end of an era. South korea finally retires T-80U and BMP-3:

https://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htarm/articles/20190406.aspx#startofcomments

 

It would be good to know what was their opinion about these two vehicles. Some sources say koreans were satisfied, others say they didnt like them... 

 

From what I’ve heard they really liked them in regards to size, performance and mobility, and firepower. If I can find the sources I’ll link them on here.

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   And a bit more was pointed out on otvaga - device on top of gun mantlet on K2 is Friend-or-Foe system antenna that sends identification request

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   Same system is being mounted on K1A2

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   Antenna that "answer" to Identification request (in the middle)

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   Same system on K21 IFV

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Rafael has redesigned their website, and have added some new brochures in the process. One of them is the Samson 30, integrating a whole bunch of elements developed internally in Rafael:

https://www.rafael.co.il/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Samson-30-integrated-RWS.pdf

 

The only weird part is that although they're offering the turret with armor up to level 6, they're now not giving the full specs like they used to, and instead posted just the minimal protection level plus weight of the turret.

 

The next one is the Suite for Future Armored Vehicles:

https://www.rafael.co.il/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Future-Armored-Vehcile.pdf (apparently no spelling checks?)

 

They're basically describing again this system:

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They're also showing the roles of each operator in the OMFV. Also notice that they're specifically referring to the OMFV, perhaps pitching this technology for the US Army.

 

And the last one for AFVs is the Fire Weaver:

https://www.rafael.co.il/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/FIRE-WEAVER-brochure.pdf

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It's now pitched to the IDF and other armies as the next gen of BMS. Worthy of note is their claim that the Fire-Weaver provides accurate Geolocation of targets independently of GPS.

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http://www.infodefensa.com/es/2019/05/24/noticia-santa-barbara-presentara-pizarro-zapadores-ejercito-feindef.html#
 

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The new armored vehicle of chains for the sappers of the Army has a maximum weight in combat order of 33 tons, capacity to transport up to nine crew, including the driver, and the main novelty compared to previous versions of the Pizarro is the highest level of ballistic protection and anti-mine.

 

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While presenting the Vczap in Spain, GDELS-Santa Bárbara Sistemas will show two other variants of the Ascod family, one equipped with an unmanned 30 mm torreo and another with an integrated launching system, at the IDET fair that will take place in the city of Brno in the Czech Republic.

 


http://www.infodefensa.com/es/2019/05/22/noticia-ejercito-futuro-leopard-pizarro-dragon.html
 

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Pizarro Phase III

As detailed by the Army, this future Pizarro should be equipped with means of situational awareness, as augmented reality, and incorporate improvements in the armament, with a tendency to increase the caliber to 40 mm, and in protection, with floating floor barges and systems of active protection, taking advantage of the current developments of the Ascod platform of Santa Bárbara Sistemas.

 

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from Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sompong.nondhasa/posts/1722926777810426 - some 8x8 from Thailand

 

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Thai people ... Armor car wheels 8x8 new step from PANUS! .... The image that is seen here is the construction and assembly of 8x8 wheeled armored vehicles by Phanat Assembly Company, which has amphibious capabilities according to the needs of the Thai Marines. Now is about to be completed .. Information and other performance, please follow here.

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^^imo a very nice looking vehicle, which i htink somehow show South African influence!

 

Rabdan UAE

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what are they going to do  with the BMP-3 hulls? as far as i know the turrets will be put on the Rabdan.

they should at least use them for sth similar to Sprut like putting Cockerill turrets 105/120 mm and bam you have a very potent light/medium tank 

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my first thought was it's based on the SIBMAS, but yeah, Ratel / G6 derivative could also be true. 

 

I do wonder: was this developed with assistance from a foreign company, or is this 100% in-house? 

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   We don't have Iraqi AFVs thread, so...

https://imp-navigator.livejournal.com/829427.html

   Iraqi Al-Kafeel Tank, modernized T-55 of Al-Hashd al-Shaabi forces. I have Azov engineering corp vibes from it.

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16 hours ago, LoooSeR said:

Iraqi Al-Kafeel Tank, modernized T-55 of Al-Hashd al-Shaabi forces. I have Azov engineering corp vibes from it.

 

Needs more shitty ERA

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From MILEX-2019 - Belarusian Zashitnik (Defender) MRAP by JSC "140th Repair Plant".

https://safaniuk.livejournal.com/101573.html

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Protection of the 4th class, armor protection of glass and frontal projection of the 5th class. The bottom of the vehicle, as it should be, is V-shaped.

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   MRAP is equipped with a 400 hp (294 kW) engine produced by the Yaroslavl Motor Plant (YMZ-7511), connected to the YMZ-239 transmission. Speed is up to 90 km/h. Two fuel tanks with a total capacity of 200 or 350 liters provide at least 1000 km range at 60km/h. Defender is made on the basis of commercial chassis of MAZ-631708 with an all-metal welded body mounted on the frame. A number of modifications were made to the chassis, bridges were strengthened, individual elements of the transmission, gearboxes, fuel tanks, and a power plant were protected.

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   The armored vehicle "Defender" has a total weight of 19,8 tons. It can overcome the rise of a steepness of 30 degrees and a ford water obsticles with a depth of 1.5 m. Tires 16.00R20 Bel-95 are bullet-resistant with explosion-proof inserts and a system of centralized pressure control. Inside it can accommodate up to 16 soldiers: two at the front and fourteen at the rear. It can be equipped with various combat modules of various classes, both with regular and with large-caliber machine guns. Air conditioning is present, a set of video cameras are present, automatic fire extinguishing systems is present as well.

 

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