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Die Sparprogramme werden sich wahrscheinlich auf die kleinere oder grössere Art noch mal alle bitter rächen.


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Russia develops a new 6x6 self-propelled howitzer based on Volk armoured and 2B16 120mm gun

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A picture releases Monday, January 20, 2014, on a Russian military blog shows that Russia develops a new light self-propelled artillery system based on the 6x6 light tactical vehicle Volk (Wolf in English) VPK-39273 with a 120mm gun 2B16 Nona-K mounted at the rear of the chassis.

The Volk is 4x4 high-mobility light tactical vehicle designed, developed and produced by the Russian Defense Company Voenno-Promyshlennaya Kompaniya (VPK), a division of the GAZ group.

The Volk 4x4 was unveiled during a defense exhibition in Moscow in 2010. The Volk family includes also a a 6x6 variant, named VPK-39273. According to the Russian blog, the new light howitzer is based on a new version of the Volk, the VPK-39373 or Volk-3.

The Volk-3 light self-propelled howitzer uses a 6x6 chassis, with armoured cab at the front and a 120mm gun 2B16 Nona-K mounted at the rear of the chassis. When the system is deployed in the firing position a large spade is hydraulically lowered at the rear to provide a more stable firing platform.


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This type of artillery weapon system could be one of the best solution to provide rapid intervention troops or airborne units with a light self-propelled howitzer with the capacity to be deployed quickly by military transport aircraft and offers high efficient fire power.


Eine witzige Idee. Erinnert an das französische CAESAR-Geschütz:

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    [url]http://www.giat-industries.fr/fr/produits/item/425-caesar®[/url]


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BeitragVerfasst: 23. Jan 2014, 15:09 

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Luftverladbare Plattform für eine 120mm von oben - immer her damit, finde ich gut!


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BeitragVerfasst: 29. Jan 2014, 16:41 

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Russian Armata MBT trials under way

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Russia began trials of the first prototype/pre-production models of the new Armata (Armada) main battle tank (MBT) in late 2013, potentially leading to a limited service entry with the Russian Army in 2016.

Prime contractor for the Armata is the UralVagonZavod Research and Production Corporation - which comprises more than 20 of the major Russian facilities engaged in the design, development, and production of tracked combat vehicles.

The Armata MBT will be armed with an externally mounted 125 mm smoothbore gun with 32 rounds of ammunition, latest information indicates. In addition to conventional ammunition, the 125 mm smoothbore gun will be able to fire a laser-guided projectile with a tandem high-explosive anti-tank warhead out to a range of at least 5,000 m. Secondary armament will consist of a 30 mm cannon and a 12.7 mm machine gun (MG).

The commander, gunner, and driver are all seated at the front of the well-protected hull, with the 125 mm gun and ammunition handling system in the middle and the high-performance diesel power pack at the rear of the vehicle.

The Armata is also being referred to as the Universal Combat Platform (BMP-T-15), with the hull to form the basis for a complete family of tracked combat vehicles.

A heavy infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) variant, called Obyekt 148, is planned to be fitted with the KBP Instrument Design Bureau Epoch Almaty remote control turret (RCT) armed with a 30 mm 2A42 cannon, 7.62 mm co-axial MG, and a bank of two Kornet-EM laser-guided missiles on either side of the RCT. This RCT will also be fitted to the new Kurganets IFV, the replacement for BMP-3 IFV, and the Bumerang 8x8 IFV, which will replace the BTR-80/BTR-80A armoured personnel carrier (APC).

Meanwhile, the BMO-2 NBC Troops RPO Flamethrower variant will have a crew of two, carry six dismounts, and be fitted with special mounts to carry the RPO (Shmel) series of infantry rocket flamethrowers. The BMO-2 will also be equipped with a remote weapon station, armed with a 30 mm cannon and co-axial MG, and will replace the older BMO-T Heavy Combat Vehicle of Flamethrower Operators, based on a T-72 hull.

The planned armoured vehicle launched-bridge variant has been designated MT-A. It will be fitted with a three-part bridge launched over the front of the hull. Additionally for engineer roles, the MYM-A variant is being developed; fitted with a front-mounted dozer blade and an entrenching system at the rear.

There is also a USM-1 Universal Mine Laying System, which will have nine modules in the rear to lay anti-tank mines.

Additionally, the currently deployed TOS-1 220 mm (30-round) and TOS-1A 122 mm (24-round) rocket systems are planned to be replaced by a similar system, based on the Armata hull, called BM-2.

Meanwhile, although Russia did develop the 152 mm/2S35 (twin) Koalitsiya (Coalition) self-propelled (SP) artillery system on a modified MBT hull, it never entered service. Instead, Russia is now developing a new SP artillery system based on the Armata hull, planned to become the long-term replacement for the currently deployed 152 mm 2S19 SP artillery system, which is also referred to as the MSTA-S.

The new Armata-based SP system, will be armed with new ordnance developed by Artillery Plant No 9, part of UralVagonZavod, which also manufactures artillery barrels and the main armament of the T-72 and T-90 MBTs. It is assumed that the new SP artillery system will stick to the Russian 152 mm calibre rather than move toward the more common 155 mm NATO calibre. For the export market a 155 mm/52-calibre version of the 2S19 was developed, called the 2S19M1, but is not known to have entered production.

Other Armata versions include a baseline APC and an armoured repair and recovery vehicle, called Obyekt 152. Mention has also been made of at least two heavy mine-clearing vehicles: Obyekt 145, based on a T-90 hull; and Obyekt 195, based on the now-cancelled T-95 hull.



Russia moves to universal turret system

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Russia's KBP Instrument Design Bureau has developed a new remote controlled turret (RCT) system called Epoch Almaty.

The turret will be installed on some versions of the three new-generation armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) platforms - which include the Armata main battle tank (MBT), Kurganets tracked infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), and the Boomerang 8x8 wheeled armoured personnel carrier - being developed to meet Russian Army requirements.

Prototypes of all of the AFVs began trials in 2013, but have yet to appear in public. They could potentially start to enter service in 2016.

Epoch Almaty is armed with a fully stabilised 30 mm 2A42 dual-feed cannon, which is provided with 160 rounds of ready-use armour piercing (AP) ammunition and 340 rounds of high-explosive (HE) ammunition.

Mounted to the left of the 30 mm 2A42 cannon is a 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun (MG) with 2,000 rounds of ready-use ammunition. By mounting the weapons externally no fumes will enter the turret.

A pod of two Kornet/Kornet-EM laser-guided missiles is fitted to either side of the turret, offering precision engagement out to a range of 8,000-10,000 m, depending on the version.

Epoch Almaty is also provided with laser detectors - which are probably connected to a defensive aids system - and banks of grenade launchers that cover a full 360°.

Turret traverse is all electric.

The computerised fire-control system includes a number of sensors such as a roof-mounted meteorological device. It also has a suite of day/thermal sights incorporating a laser rangefinder.

The armament is laid onto the target by the commander - who has a panoramic sight - or gunner from under armour using flat-panel displays.

The use of a common remote turret across three of the latest Russian AFV platforms will offer significant through-life cost savings including maintenance and training.

The new Epoch Almaty turret is likely to be expensive and Russia may go for a mix of turret solutions for the IFV versions.

It is expected that the Kurganets IFV family will include a turret armed with a 57 mm rapid-fire cannon and 7.62 mm coaxial MG and another fitted with an externally mounted 125 mm smoothbore gun fed by an automatic loader.



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BeitragVerfasst: 31. Mär 2014, 18:28 

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Wolfgang Greber hatte wieder mal einen guten Tag :-)



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Atom collaboration suspended

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Collaboration on the Atom armoured personnel carrier (APC) between France's Renault Trucks Defense (RTD) and Russia's UralVagonZavod (UVZ) has been suspended, press agency AFP reported on 8 April.

A spokesperson for Sweden's Volvo, owner of Renault Trucks Defence, told the press agency that as they "see many uncertain factors around a possible collaboration, and so we have suspended our co-operation agreement until further notice".

A campaign in the Swedish media against the programme is understood to have been a key factor in the decision to suspend collaboration, following Russia's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine.



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BeitragVerfasst: 29. Mai 2014, 19:13 

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IHS Jane's hat geschrieben:
Jane's Defence Weekly

Rearming Russia

Russia's rearmament ambitions envisage the replacement of some 70% of its old equipment by 2020, but current funding levels suggest it will fall well short of this goal. Karl Soper reports

Rearmament has been the primary goal and preoccupation of the Russian Ministry of Defence (MoD) since 2008. However, while the government devotes enormous sums to the task - and new weapons are reaching the armed forces for the first time in many years - thus far it is not enough to accomplish the job of rearming.

The State Armaments Programme (SAP) 2011-20 is the road map for achieving the goal of rearmament. Under the SAP, the Kremlin plans to allocate RUB23 trillion (USD760 billion) to re-equip the MoD and Russia's numerous 'power' ministries over the 10-year period. However, the lion's share - RUB19 trillion - is slated for the MoD. With this the military is supposed to renew 70% or more of its weapons and equipment inventory by 2020 (30% by 2015).

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Much attention has been devoted to the long-term SAP, but little is given to its annual implementation in the state defence order (SDO). Outside observers typically do not appreciate its significance or follow it closely. A study of the SDO, however, reveals how much the military has received of that RUB19 trillion under the SAP each year and what it procured with the funds. The SDO is where Russian military acquisition succeeds or fails on an annual basis, ultimately determining the fate of the long-range SAP.

The SDO matryoshka

The SDO is the primary vehicle for rearmament. It is a little like a matryoshka: that traditional Russian nesting doll souvenir. The outermost doll is the Russian government's SDO writ large: the 'big' SDO. It encompasses money spent to buy all things the MoD and other 'power' ministries need. Inside that is the SDO for arms and equipment purchases for the armed services and paramilitary forces. This is the 'small' SDO; called small for convenience, it is really not.


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The MoD's procurement budget

In 2013 Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the government's Military-Industrial Commission Dmitry Rogozin announced the figure of RUB2 trillion for the SDO. His number was likely the big SDO. ITAR-TASS reported about RUB1.4 trillion, which was most likely the smaller SDO.

Since it typically receives at least 80% of the small SDO, the MoD's SDO may have been RUB1.1 trillion, with perhaps RUB850 billion for procurement.

In December Deputy Defence Minister and Armaments Chief Yuriy Borisov told the Russian media he expected the 2014 SDO to grow by 25-30% over the previous year's figure. That would put the small SDO at RUB1.8 trillion, the MoD's SDO at RUB1.4 trillion, and MoD procurement at about RUB1 trillion.

To complete the picture of SDOs since SAP 2011-20 started, in 2011 then-prime minister Vladimir Putin stated that the MoD's SDO would be RUB880 billion in 2012. That number might have included RUB660 billion for procurement.


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You will not see this money again

Russia is rearming for the first time in many years despite its backloaded SAP. However, the pace of rearmament - reflected in the SDO - will not allow Moscow to replace its old equipment to the extent desired by 2020.

The amount of military hardware bought by Russia to date will not meet its goal of seven new (or substantially updated) weapons for every 10 currently fielded. Seven modern systems out of 10 in the inventory is a difficult ratio for any army. However, Moscow may simply manipulate the number of new arms in the numerator or adjust the denominator to claim it has reached its 70% target.

It is also possible, in fact likely, that 2020 will never come. A new and 'improved' arms programme typically arrives before its predecessor is halfway complete. SAP 2011-20 may be superseded at some point in 2015 by one for 2016-25.

Then-prime minister Putin was not thrilled in 2010 at the prospect of investing USD760 billion in Russia's rearmament programme. He claimed: "To me it's terrible even to pronounce this figure."


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Russian MoD to acquire large batch of GAZ-3344 ATVs

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The Russian Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to acquire a large batch of GAZ-3344 tracked articulated all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), the civil and military versions of which were demonstrated on 4-5 August at the Russian MoD's Innovation Days 2014 exhibition at the Alabino test range near Moscow.

News of the acquisition was revealed to IHS Jane's by Valentin Kopalkin, director-general of Zavolzhsky Caterpillar Tractor Manufacturing Plant (ZZGT), which will manufacture the vehicles.

The GAZ-3344 is conceptually a new vehicle type for Russia, although Western manufacturers such as Hägglunds and Sisu have produced tracked articulated ATVs for some time, the distinctive characteristic of which is their extremely high offroad mobility. Such vehicles comprise a forward drive module and rear mission module, the tracks of the latter also being powered by an articulated drive coupling.

While touring the Innovation Days exhibition, Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu tested the GAZ-3344, after which he said the MoD would buy a large batch. Shoigu said the MoD was interested in procuring five GAZ-3344 variants: logistics vehicle, troops carrier, weapon carrier, ambulance, and firefighting vehicle.

The GAZ-3344 is due to complete trials by the end of this year and by February 2015 is scheduled to enter service with the Russian armed forces.

According to Kopalkin, the ZZGT plant will start producing 600 GAZ-3344s a year as early as January. The plant will manufacture the vehicle chassis and weapon carrier module, and will assemble the vehicle, ordering other modules and components on a co-operative basis.

The military GAZ-3344 takes the civil version as a baseline. Fully amphibious, it is not armoured but does have protected fuel tanks and an NBC protection system. Unlike Western articulated ATVs, which typically have rubber band tracks, the GAZ-3344 has metal tracks that can be fitted with rubber pads for moving on roads.


Ein russischer Bv206 - Sachen gibt's ...


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Ein interessanter Youtube-Kanal (V.a. die Filmaufnahmen von der Fertigungsstraße der Kampfhubschrauber Ka-52 und das Video zu den technischen Details dieses Helikopters. Dessen Avionik ist aber offensichtlich völlig antiquiert.):



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Russia's new Armata MBT to make its debut in 2015

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The Russian Land Forces are to receive a first batch of 32 Armata main battle tanks (MBTs) in 2015, Russia's Land Forces Commander, Colonel General Oleg Salyukov, has stated. The new MBT is expected to make its public debut at the 2015 Victory Day Parade in Moscow, he also revealed.

Research and development (R&D) efforts are currently underway to create new armament systems for Russian incoming armoured vehicles, including the Armata MBT, Kurganets-25 tracked infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), and Boomerang 8x8 armoured personnel carrier (APC). The R&D work is scheduled for completion by the end of next year, according to Gen Salyukov.



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theoderich hat geschrieben:
Russian MoD to acquire large batch of GAZ-3344 ATVs
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Ein russischer Bv206 - Sachen gibt's ...


Schon gesehen im (zivilen) Einzelhandel um 6.7 Mio. Rubel (~130,000 EUR wenn der online Rechner nicht lügt)
http://rm-terex.com/en/GAZ3344___DVUHZV ... BOLOTOHOD/

Das Traurige daran: selbst ohne EU Sanktionen gegen Rußland könnte sich das ÖBH nicht einmal davon eine Handvoll leisten.


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Nur der wird EURO 6 Norm weit Verfehlen
und die Technik ist auch eine andere


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Russia expresses concern over Armata MBT costs

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Russia's new Armata main battle tank (MBT) is too expensive, according to Russian Military-Industrial Commission deputy chairman Oleg Bochkarev.

According to comments reported by state news agency TASS, Bochkarev said the pricing for a three-year contract with Uralvagonzavod (UVZ) had been agreed, but implied that for subsequent vehicles the unit price would need to decrease.

UVZ deputy general director Vyacheslav Khalitov told Interfax-AVN on 18 November that the cost of Russia's new Armata MBT would "stabilise" when large-scale serial production begins. He added that new systems and components are expensive and represent 80% of the tank's cost. A production contract for 2015-17 has been signed, according to Khalitov.



Russia’s tank manufacturer criticized for high prices of new generation tanks

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Bochkaryov confirmed that the first Armata will be will be produced by the end of the year, and on May 9 the new tanks will take part in the Victory Day parade in Moscow. According to Bochkaryov, 24 machines on Armata platforms will be shown – 12 tanks and 12 heavy combat vehicles.

It is suggested that the tank will have a remote control gun and the crew will be placed in an isolated crew cell.

The Uralvagonzavod reacted to the accusations saying it will work on lowering the price.



Russian army to get first consignment of Armata tanks in 2015 — official



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Die Russen sind immer wieder für eine Überraschung gut. Gestern wurde verkündet, dass die Streitkräfte einen neuen Feuerlöschpanzer, genannt специальная пожарная машина (СПМ), auf Basis des T-72 bzw. T-80 einführen. Dieser wurde von der Hauptdirektion für Raketen und Artillerie des russischen Verteidigungsministeriums entwickelt und kann aus Sicherheitsgründen ferngesteuert eingesetzt werden.

Der СПМ wiegt 62 Tonnen und hat drei Mann Besatzung in einer versiegelten und hitzegeschützten Kabine. Er versprüht Wasserstrahlen bis zu einer Reichweite von 100 m. 25 m³ Löschmittel können mitgeführt werden. Zur Beobachtung verfügt der Panzer über fünf kugelsichere Scheiben, ein Kamerasystem für 360°-Rundumblick und zwei Wärmebildsensoren. Der Schutz vor hohen Temperaturen wird über eine spezielle feuerresistente Beschichtung sichergestellt, die der Hitze 2 Stunden lang standhalten soll. Die mögliche Einsatzdauer wird durch einen nicht-entflammbaren Schaum verzehnfacht. Um Zugang zu Brandherden zu ermöglichen, ist der Panzer mit einer Bulldozerschaufel ausgestattet.

Die geplanten Einsatzgebiete sind das Löschen von Bränden, die Durchführung von Rettungseinsätzen in Arsenalen, Militärstützpunkten und Lagern für Explosivstoffe, sowie das Legen von Schneisen bei Waldbränden. Das Fahrzeug wird von Omsktransmash gebaut.

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SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING VEHICLE

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Auch interessant - ein durch Panzer verlegbares Fährengerät:



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Das Landungsschiff "Peter Morgunov" (Projekt 11711) hat eine Verdrängung von 5000 BRT und wird das größte Schiff dieser Art in der russischen Marine. Die Reichweite beträgt 4000 Meilen. Die Beladung des Schiffs erfolgt über Kräne oder eine Rampe. Es kann 13 Kampfpanzer oder 30 Schützen- bzw. Mannschaftstransportpanzer, sowie Transport- und Kampfhubschrauber aufnehmen. Außerdem erlaubt es den Transport eines Bataillons Marineinfanteristen.


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