Ukrainian Defense Industry at IDEX 2011 with tanks, wheeled and infantry combat vehicles

 

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IDEX 2011
International Defence Exhibition & Conference
Abu Dhabi
, United Arab Emirates
20 - 24 February 2011
 
Ukraine Defense Industry at IDEX 2011
 

Monday, 21 February 2011, 08:35 PM

 
Ukrainian Defense Industry at IDEX 2011 with tanks, wheeled and infantry combat vehicles.
 
 
The State-Owned Enterprise Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau (SOE KMDB) will participate in IDEX 2011 International Defence Exhibition, which will take place in Abu Dhabi in 20-24 February 2011.
     
     

Ukraine Companies presents four vehicles - the Oplot main battle tank, BTR-4 armoured personnel carrier, an upgraded version of T-72, and the BMP-1U.

The Oplot main battle tank is a tracked fighting vehicle that features a high firepower, reliable protection and high mobility.

The tank is intended to destroy all types of ground (floating) and low-flying low-speed ait targets under the conditions when the enemy fires back.

The vehicle can fulfil a wide range of combat missions under various climatic, weather and terrain conditions in the ambient temperature range of -40 to +55 degrees Centigrade, air humidity of up to 98% at temperature of +25 degrees Centigrade, height above sea level of up to 3000 m and with ambient air dust content available in real terrain conditions.

The BTR-4 armoured personnel carrier (APC) is intended to transport personnel of mechanized infantry units and to provide fire support in combat. The APC is used for equipping military units capable of carrying out combat actions in various conditions, including NBC environment. The APC can be used as a basic vehicle for equipping quick reaction forces and marine corps. The APC can fulfil its tasks both by day and at night, in various climatic conditions, on hard surface roads and in cross-country. The operating temperature range of the APC is -40 to +55°C.

     

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