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   Widespread in Japanese network resources, photos of a prototype of a promising tracked platform (armored personnel carrier) developed by the Japanese corporation Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Allegedly, the tracked vehicle is partly unified with the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' wheeled (8x8) MAV armored platform, which is now bidding on a new wheeled armored personnel carrier under the Next Armored Wheeled Vehicle program for the Japanese Self-Defense Forces ground forces, while the chassis and the layout is based on the design of the Japanese Type 89 BMP. Based on both wheeled and tracked platforms, it is proposed to create a wide range of armored vehicles for various purposes.

   According to information on a promising tracked platform reported by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries at the DSEI Japan defense show held in Tokyo in November 2019, the approximate combat weight of the vehicles on this platform is 24 tons, length is more than 7 m, width 3.2 m, height 2.4 m. Maximum speed of more than 70 km/h.

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FFG has delivered the first of 30 PASI XA-203N MRSP (multirole medical platform) to the Norwegian Army, which will replace the existing SISU XA-185 ambulances, as well as plugging some of the gap that has been left by the decision to transfer all of the Bell 412SP/HP to the Norwegian Special Operations Command (a couple of them will still be on medevac duty in Northern Norway, but that’s it). The PASI XA-203N have previously been used as armoured personnel carriers, but there hasn’t been much use for them after the Norwegian Army abandoned the idea of having light armoured/motorized infantry battalions in 2013. Now the plan is to keep them trucking for another 20 years as armoured ambulances.

 

The vehicle was displayed at Army Summit 2019:

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(NASAMS High Mobility Launcher in the foreground.)

 

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The old armoured ambulance, SISU XA-185, offers inferior protection compared to the much heavier PASI XA-203N, but it also has a better power-to-weight ratio, and it maintains an amphibious capacity unlike the newer vehicle:

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4 hours ago, Beer said:

Any info when was it taken? 

No info regarding the photo.  However, we can assume it's between 1987 and 2007, given the service entry date of the K1 and the exit of the M47.  I want to say it's probably on the earlier side of that date range.

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   Arlan MRAP and Barys APC with new combat modules going through tests at the military training ground "Mailan", which is located in the Akmola region of Kazakhstan.

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   Vehicles were developed by Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering (KPE, joint project of investors of Kazakhstan and South Africa). Arlan is already used by troops, while Barys APC is in prototype stage (2 vehicles were made so far - 8x8 and 6x6 versions).

   KPE showed new combat modules for both vehicles. Sunkar for Arlan MRAP and Ansar for Barys APC. Both modules were designed by Weapon System Engineering (KPE subsidiary).

   Ansar is equipped with 2A72 30 mm autocannon, thermal imager, TV sight, laser rangefinder, atmospheric conditions sensor, radar that measure muzzle velocity of shells, and FCS. FCS can track up to 5 targets in the same time, turret can rotate with speed of more than 110 degr. per second and engage air threats. Ammunition in Ansar can be reloaded from inside of APC.

 

 

 

 

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   Sunkar combat module for Arla MRAP have NSVT 12.7mm HMG and PKT 7.62 GPMG. It can elevate to 88 degrees, rotation speed ~110 degr/sec, automatic target tracking.

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   Libya, Haftar troops armored vehicles:

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MSPV Panthera T6 4x4, INKAS Titan-DS 4x4, INKAS Titan-S 6x6, JMSS Al-Mared 8x8, Paramount Group Mbombe 6x6

 

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