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RG-41 Armored Personnel Carrier | Military-Today.com
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New Russian Weapons 2014 - Armored Personnel Carriers (BTR- 80 & 82A)
New Russian Weapons 2014 - Armored Personnel Carriers (BTR- 80 & 82A) - apc armored armoured army bm btr carrier com command dd device edit engine equipment fire gaz gun hp http hull improved including infantry km machine mm na navigation nd night ordered personnel production radio register retrieved ru russian sa service signals soviet system turret used variant vehicle version wheeled www The BTR-80 (Russian: бронетранспортер, BTR stands for bronyetransportyor, literally meaning "armoured transporter") is an 8x8 wheeled amphibious armoured personnel carrier (APC) designed in the USSR. Adopted in 1986 and replaced the previous versions, BTR-60 and BTR-70 in the Soviet Army.[2] The Soviets based the BTR-80 on the BTR-70 APC. It has a single 260-hp, V-8 turbocharged, water-cooled, diesel engine, an improvement over the twin gasoline engines installed in the BTR-60 and BTR-70 vehicles. The reconfigured rear portion of the hull accommodates a new, single engine. The Soviets removed the roof chamfers of the modified BTR-70, raised the rear, and squared off the rearward-sloping engine compartment. Standard equipment include TNPO vision blocks, optical devices TNP-B and TKN-3 for the driver and commander, an OU-3GA2M infra-red search light, six 81 mm smoke grenade launchers 902V "Tucha", a radioset (R-173 or R-163-50U), an intercom and hydrojets. In 1984, the Soviets began production of a diesel-engined variant of the BTR-70, which they called the BTR-80. The Soviets have retrofitted some BTR-70s with several of the improvements incorporated into the BTR-80, including the high-angle-of-fire turret. The twin doors are designed to allow the infantry to disembark while the vehicle is in motion, and allow the infantry inside to exit from one side if the other is receiving fire. The 30mm Cannon variants are capable of engaging most threats effectively besides modern tanks, where they can still cause significant damage to optics, weapons, and important systems. The main gun is not stabilized (neither in the BTR-80 nor the BTR-80A), so accurate fire on the move is limited (only at low speeds), and the rotation mechanism is manually operated. The gunner sits in a roof mounted chair located above the flat floor behind the driver/commander and two passengers, and before the passenger bench. The gunner's station is basic, but uncharacteristically uncramped for a Soviet armored vehicle. The gunner is equipped with both a day time optical sight and an infra red night sight. Camera: Nikon 5100 and Canon 5D Location: Moscow Square - Victory Parade Date: April 30. 2014 Cameraman: George & Dimitry video youtube amazing amasing awesome interesting cool insane badass wall share channel topic search 2014 2015 2016 2017 VIDEO WALL - http://www.georgedominik.tumblr.com/ BLOG - http://www.georgedominik.blogspot.com/ ▬ ★ MORE INTERESTING VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UUYH8swcp71EHt-88lkaMDTQ ★ SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/GynuUU ★ Follow my Twitter: https://twitter.com/GeorgeDominik1 ★ Thanks For Watching ★ Post comment , share and tell us what u think ▬ https://www.facebook.com/ https://twitter.com/ http://www.wykop.pl/ http://www.liveleak.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/ http://www.tumblr.com/ http://www.reddit.com/ http://www.yandex.ru/ https://www.google.com http://vk.com/ http://www.bing.com/ http://www.ask.com/

World's Best Armoured personnel carriers
What i think are world's leading APCs currently in service. There are few interesting projects out there that would make this list far more interesting, they are only projects on paper or in prototype stage and therefore do not qualify for this list. Anyways, hope you like my list, favorite this video if you liked it, or even subscribe if you want and I'll continue to make videos. thanx 1. Boxer 600+ on order with German and Dutch Armies, potential for 1000+, at 7 million euros its most expensive APC/IFV ever. German Army 408 Vehicles + (up to 720) Dutch Army -- Inital order for 200 Vehicles + future orders (up to 320) 2. Patria AMV Modular Vehicle, 1570 vehicles on order or being delived to nearly a dozen nations, vehicle has modular design, Patria with basic 12.7mm turret comes around 1.6 million Euros, with 30mm/Spike ER Konsberg turret price tag goes to 2.7 million Euros per vehicle. Croatian Army - 126 on order with potential for 60 more vehicles after 2015 (stated requirement for 252 vehicles) Finland -- 86 Vehicles on order with potential for 200 more as replacement for old soviet designs still in service with the Finish Army. Poland -- 895 on Order locally build under license vehicles are Designated KTO Rosomak or Wolverine. Slovenia Initial order of 135 AFVs, of which 12 will be equipped with NEMO mortars. South Africa 264 units. Designated Badger Sweden Sweden made an order for 113 vehicles +113 more after 2015 United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates Army ordered an initial evaluation batch of 15 vehicles 3 VBCI -- French main APC/IFV built as replacement for French Army's aging AMX-10P IFVs that are nearing end of useful service with the French Army. France has ordered 640 of these vehicles with potential for 640 more by 2015, Spain is another nation interested in these APCs, Spain has stated requirement for 860 modern APCs, VBCI price tag is substantial at 5.5 million euros per vehicle. cntd...

M113 Armored Personnel Carrier | Military-Today.com
http://www.military-today.com/apc/m113.htm When mentioning the M113 series of armored personnel carriers it is difficult to avoid superlatives for the type has become the most widely produced and utilized APC of the Western World. It's development began in 1956 by the FMC corporation and first prototype was produced in 1957. Since production commenced in 1961 well over 32 000 M113s and it's derivatives have been received by the US Army alone and the overall production in total in 2001 has reached nearly 85 000 of all types. It is the most massively produced armored vehicle in the world. M113 and its variants are in service with at least 50 countries.

SUPER FAST Russian army unveils armored personnel carrier
The Russian army began trails of a new fast moving armored personnel carrier to Boost Russian military power. The BMD-3 (Boyevaya Mashina Desanta, Russian "Боевая Машина Десанта", literally "Combat Vehicle of the Airborne") is an infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) originating from the former Soviet Union.[2] This armored fighting vehicle is one of the lightest in its class and is intended to be a fire support platform for use by airborne and air assault units. The primary armament is a 30 mm 2A42 autocannon capable of firing different types of ammunition which include high-explosive and armor-piecing. The BMD-3 possesses multiple secondary weapons such as the 9M113 Konkurs missile and the AGS-17 grenade launcher to defeat a wide range of targets from enemy infantry to other armored fighting vehicles. Designed in the 1980s,[1] the vehicle was manufactured by the Volgograd tractor factory[2] under the industrial index Object 950. The BMD-3 entered service with the VDV in 1990 with only 137 vehicles being produced due to the economic depression. The operators of the BMD-3 are Angola[3] and Russia. As of 2013, 123 BMD-3s[4] and 60 BMD-4s[5] are in service with the Russian Airborne Troops. They planned to receive 10 BMD-4M vehicles and 10 BTR-MD vehicles for final testing by mid-2013. Commissioning occurred during the end of 2013 with the VDV planning to acquire 1,000 BMD-4Ms by 2020.[6] In service 1990–present Used by Angola Russia Production history Designed 1980s Manufacturer Volgograd tractor factory Produced 1985–1997[1] Number built 143[1] Variants See Variants Specifications Weight 12.9 t (14.2 short tons; 12.7 long tons) Length 6.36 m (20 ft 10 in) (gun forward) 6 m (19 ft 8 in) (chassis) Width 3.13 m (10 ft 3 in) Height 2.45 m (8 ft 0 in) (maximum) 2.17 m (7 ft 1 in) (minimum) Crew 3 Passengers 4 Armor Turret: Steel Hull: Aluminum alloy Main armament 30 mm 2A42 autocannon Secondary armament 30 mm AGS-17 grenade launcher 7.62 mm PKT coaxial machine gun 5.45 mm RPK-74 machine gun 9M113 Konkurs ATGM Engine 2V-06-2 water-cooled diesel engine 450 hp (331 kW) Power/weight 34.9 hp/tonne (25.7 kW/tonne) Suspension Hydropneumatic suspension Operational range 500 km (310 mi) (on paved roads) Speed 70 km/h (43 mph) (on paved roads) 45 km/h (28 mph) (on rough terrain) 10 km/h (6.2 mph) (in water) Specifications Weaponry[edit] Primary armament[edit] Further information: 30 mm automatic cannon 2A42 The primary armament of the BMD-3 is the 30 mm 2A42 autocannon in the form of the original BMP-2 turret. This autocannon is mounted on other vehicles like the Ka-52 and Mi-28.[9] The 2A42 autocannon is a dual selective feed cannon which is fitted with a distinct muzzle brake and manual weapons laying drives increasing accuracy and consistency.[9] This muzzle brake reduces oscillation of the gun mount at the moment of a round being fired. The practical rate of fire is 200-300 rds/min (rounds per minute) while the cyclic rate of fire is over 550 rds/min.[8][9] It fires rounds with a muzzle velocity of 960 m/s. The BMD-3 has 500 rounds for the 30 mm autocannon ready to be used with an additional 360 stowed inside.[8] The maximum effective range when firing AP-T (armor piercing-tracer) ammunition is 2000 m, and when firing HE-I (high explosive-incendiary) ammunition is 4000 m against an area target.[4][8] A 7.62x54 mm PKT machine gun is mounted coaxially on the right side of the main armament. This coaxial machine gun has a cyclic rate of fire of 800 rds/min and is also equipped with one belt of 2000 rounds. The KBP Instrument Design Bureau offers a drop-in one-man turret, called the Kliver turret, with a stabilized 2A72 30 mm gun, four Kornet ATGM launchers, thermal sights, a coaxial 7.62 mm PKT machine gun, and an improved fire control system.[8] Secondary armaments The BMD-3 is equipped with two bow mounted secondary weapons for use against infantry and armored fighting vehicles. Mounted at the front left of the BMD-3 is a 30 mm AGS-17 automatic grenade launcher. On the front right, a bow mounted 5.45x39 mm RPK machine gun can be used. Each of the bow weapons are operated by one of the infantrymen seated in the front of the vehicle.[8] For the AGS-17, 290 rounds are read to be used with an additional 261 stowed in the BMD-3.[8] The RPK-74 holds 2160 rounds ready to be used. The 5.45 mm RPK-74 is used for direct engagements up to 800 m whereas the 30 mm AGS-17 automatic grenade engages and suppresses targets at ranges out to 1,700 m using high-explosive fragmentation grenades. If required, these weapons can also be dismounted from the vehicle.[2] Anti-tank guided weapons[edit] Anti-tank guided weapons (ATGMs) can be operated by the BMD-3. This is made possible by the 9P135M launcher post that fires the wire guided Fagot (NATO reporting name: AT-4 Spigot) and Konkurs (NATO reporting name: AT-5 Spandrel) missiles.

Alvis Saracen APC FV603 With Misfire
Being Driven by Simon Blackburn on Robert Sterns Farm around 1995 / 96 Evesham

Alvis Saracen APC driving at Tanks For Everything Christchurch
A customer brings home the ex-Australian Army Alvis Sarracen APC at a recent driving day at www.tanksforeverything.co.nz - the lucky drivier was Greg who had a blast! You've got to love the sound of the big straight 8 Rolls-Royce engine. In the background you can see some of our other vehicles: Centurion Tank, Russian T-55 Tank, Hagglunds BV206, Daimler Ferret Scout Car - and also a car waiting to be crushed in the distance We also had some Army guys from Burnham out practicing with their thermal imaging sights - they asked to come to us as the Army doesn't have any tanks (or indeed any tracked vehicles) for them to use.

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