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Re: Notícias (Exércitos/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #885 em: Agosto 06, 2019, 07:08:06 pm »
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Israel’s Carmel future AFV programme unveiled

The Israel Ministry of Defense (MoD) unveiled on 4 August a new armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) concept, dubbed Carmel, that uses artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous capabilities, and enhanced situational awareness to achieve new levels of battlefield effectiveness.

The goal of the programme is to reduce the number of onboard personnel in AFVs like the Merkava tank from four to two and enable them to operate under closed hatches, with the vehicle driving itself, detecting threats in real time, and providing recommendations to the crew on critical decisions.


The vehicles will also be able to control unmanned air and ground vehicles, as well as operate as part of a network that builds a shared picture of the battlefield and co-operate to efficiently engage targets.

The programme will not immediately produce new vehicles, according to the MoD, but will develop capabilities that will gradually be installed on the Israel Defense Forces' (IDF's) Merkava Mk 4, the next-generation Barak tank, the Namer tracked armoured personnel carrier (APC), and the Eitan wheeled APC. The MoD will also begin developing an AFV that incorporates the new capabilities at an unspecified time in the future.

Brigadier General Yaniv Rotem, head of research and development at the MoD's Directorate of Defense Research and Development (DDR&D), told journalists that the programme began around three years ago after the MoD decided to revolutionise the ground forces' manoeuvring capabilities.

Israel's three largest defence companies - Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Elbit Systems, and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems - were asked to develop their own Carmel prototypes using M113 APCs. These were unveiled on 4 August following a month of trials by a DDR&D team in northern Israel.

"The challenge was proving the feasibility of two soldiers conducting closed-hatch operations and integrating technological capabilities that would enhance mission efficiency for the IDF's manoeuvre forces.

Pode ser uma boa opção para países com numero limitado de recursos humanos. 8)
 

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Re: Notícias (Exércitos/Sistemas de Armas)
« Responder #886 em: Agosto 11, 2019, 08:48:41 am »
Interessante a 12.7 RWS poder ser utilizada manualmente e tão rápido.
O facto de sermos clientes da FN herstal até pode ser que venha a ser uma aquisição futura por exemplo para os Vamtac, digo eu .


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« Responder #887 em: Agosto 15, 2019, 08:57:59 pm »
https://www.forte.jor.br/2019/08/10/tanque-leve-chines-vt-5-recebera-sistema-de-protecao-ativa/?fbclid=IwAR1QxEDKdvMaPz_5bJNPpPync61BjT5aE1nSl2o1EyPSO1il3RekzupHVyQ

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Tanque leve chinês VT-5 receberá sistema de proteção ativa

O tanque leve feito para exportação da China, VT-5, será equipado com um sistema de proteção ativa, informou a emissora estatal do país, que permitirá que o tanque de blindagem fina amplie significativamente sua capacidade de defesa.

Um sistema de proteção ativa pode detectar projéteis hostis e disparar foguetes de interceptação para detoná-los antes que eles atinjam o tanque, informou a China Central Television (CCTV) no sábado.



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« Responder #888 em: Agosto 20, 2019, 01:07:07 pm »
Rússia vence mundial de biatlo para tanques


 

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« Responder #889 em: Setembro 27, 2019, 08:07:59 pm »
Os Ucranianos receberam o primeiro Bars-8MMK (mobile mortar complex).

 

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« Responder #890 em: Outubro 05, 2019, 01:41:01 pm »
New NATO Buyer For JLTV; More Buyers On The Way?



The sale to Montenegro might be small, but the US push into the Balkans will not make Moscow happy.

 WASHINGTON: In a sign the floodgates may be opening for allies to buy the Army’s newest tactical vehicle, the US appears to be finalizing a $36 million agreement with Montenegro to sell them dozens of brand-new Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.

 The tipoff came this morning when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is visiting the country, said the US “offered an agreement to Montenegro for the largest sale of military equipment in the history between our two nations. The United States looks forward to delivering $36 million worth of light tactical vehicles to our NATO ally once this agreement is finalized.”  A defense official confirmed the deal is for 67 Oshkosh-made JLTVs.

 If the deal goes through, Montenegro would become the fourth NATO ally to express interest or actually buy into the program, though so far Lithuania is the only country to receive US approval after the State Department signed off on a $170 million deal with the Baltic nation for 500 JLTVs in August.

 Mike Ivy, Oshkosh’s senior VP for international programs, wouldn’t comment on the Montenegro deal, but told me via email the “JLTV was intended from the beginning to be an international program,” pointing out the common systems on the vehicle make it easier for allies to work together in the field.

 A vastly larger sale is in the works with the UK, which is considering buying 2,747 JLTVs as part of its Multi Role Vehicle-Protected program. British Army officials acknowledged for the first time earlier this month that Oshkosh has been working on a UK variant. In October 2018, Slovenia also signed a Letter of Offer and Acceptance for 38 JLTVs, though no deal has been finalized.
 Montenegro joined NATO in 2017, and is a critical part of the Balkan region’s slow turn away from their Russian-dominated past, which Washington and NATO have taken pains to nurture. “It is of strategic importance for Montenegro to have US and EU presence in the Balkans so there would be no space for those countries who do not share the same values,” Montenegro Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said alongside Pompeo Friday.

 Like so many DoD programs, the JLTV has had an exceptionally long and checkered past. The effort kicked off in 2006, eventually enduring a series of fits and starts before being forced to undergo a full requirements overhaul in 2011 after the Army realized the design would need to change to meet demands beyond those of counterinsurgency warfare.
 In 2015, Oshkosh was awarded a $6.7 billion contract for the initial 16,901 vehicles. In June the Army declared the JLTV was finally ready for full production, clearing the way for the sale of the truck to allies.

 Although the program spent 13 years churning through the development cycle, the JLTV has recently come under fire from the Army for being built for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and not the potential conflicts of tomorrow against peer adversaries like China and Russia.

 In April, then-Army Secretary and now Defense Secretary Mark Esper said the JLTV, like the Chinook helicopter, was “designed for a different conflict,” but could still play a role on the battlefield. That shot came around the same time that the service slashed $800 million from its planned JLTV purchases, which translates to at least 1,500 vehicles over the next five years. The cut is only a dent in the massive program’s armor, however. The Army has not backed off plans to acquire almost 50,000 JLTVs over the life of the program, which will run into the 2030s.
 The Marine Corps is also slated to buy about 9,100 JLTVs in the coming years.

 The Army and Marine Corps are planning to buy four versions of the truck, a general purpose model, a turreted gun truck, a TOW anti-tank missile launcher and a two-door utility variant, basically a militarized pickup truck.

http://www.thefifthcolumn.xyz/Forum/viewthread.php?tid=42&page=19

PS : até o Montenegro :rir: :rir: :rir:

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