Indonesia has ordered 37 BMP-3F Russian-made amphibious armoured infantry fighting vehicles 1812122

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Tuesday 18, December 17, 2012, 12:03 PM
 
Indonesia has ordered 37 BMP-3F Russian-made amphibious armoured infantry fighting vehicles.
Indonesia has ordered 37 BMP-3F amphibious armoured infantry fighting vehicles from Russia, in addition to the 17 ones already in service with the Marine Corps. Commander of Cavalry 1 mariner regiment of Indonesian Navy, Colonel Sarjito made the revelation at the Marine headquarters in Surabaya, East Java.
     
Indonesia has ordered 37 BMP-3F amphibious armoured infantry fighting vehicles from Russia, in addition to the 17 ones already in service with the Marine Corps. Commander of Cavalry 1 mariner regiment of Indonesian Navy, Colonel Sarjito made the revelation at the Marine headquarters in Surabaya, East Java.
Russian-made BMP-3F amphibious armoured infantry fighting vehicles of Indonesian armed forces at Defence Exhibition IndoDefence 2012.
     

In 2009, Indonesian armed forces have ordered to Russia a first batch of 17 amphibious tracked armoured infantry fighting vehicles BMP-3F.

The new procurement order worth 100 million U.S. dollars was awarded by Indonesian government this year with delivery scheduled to start this year.

The BMP-3F amphibious armoured vehicle is fitted with complete armament, including ground to air missiles, requires three crews to operate it. The tank carries up to seven military personnel.

 

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