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Re: A Brigada Mecanizada (-) (-) .
« Responder #165 em: Março 24, 2021, 05:30:45 pm »
Se houver intenção, que eu não acredito, em substituir os M113, esta oportunidade não se pode perder, mesmo os Warrior sem upgrade são muito mais úteis que os velhinhos Taxis.


UK Defence Command Paper: British Army to be cut to 72,500 by 2025

UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace confirmed on 22 March that the British Army will be reduced to 72,500 soldiers by 2025 from its current trained strength of 76,000 personnel as part of London’s 16 March Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development, and Foreign Policy.


The Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme is to be terminated under the UK’s Defence Command Paper.

In his command paper titled Defence in a competitive age, Wallace reveals a major overhaul in the organisation of the British Army and reduces its headline strength from 82,000, although recruitment problems mean it has not met this target for several years. Reductions include disbandment of one infantry battalion, along with closing down an unspecified number of logistic, medical, and equipment repair units. Four specialist infantry battalions are to be reroled to form the core of a new Ranger regiment.

The reduction in army personnel is also accompanied by the termination of the Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme and a reduction in the number of Challenger 2 main battle tanks to be upgraded to the Challenger 3 standard to 148.
The procurement of Boxer mechanised infantry vehicles and the Ajax family of armoured vehicles is to proceed as planned.

Wallace announced the launch of several equipment enhancements, including upgrades to the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System worth GBP800 million (USD1.1 billion), Exactor non-line-of-sight guided missile, and Watchkeeper tactical unmanned aerial vehicle. Over the next decade the Royal Artillery will acquire a new automated Mobile Fires Platform 155 mm self-propelled howitzer and a new deployable medium-range ground-based air-defence capability. About GBP200 million is also to be invested in enhanced electronic warfare and signal intelligence capabilities.

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/uk-defence-command-paper-british-army-to-be-cut-to-72500-by-2025

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Re: A Brigada Mecanizada (-) (-) .
« Responder #166 em: Março 24, 2021, 05:50:21 pm »
Pelo menos para substituir os da versão APC, ficando a frota M-113 reduzida às versões especializadas.
 

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Re: A Brigada Mecanizada (-) (-) .
« Responder #167 em: Março 24, 2021, 06:02:18 pm »
E o investimento em zonas de treino...? Ou julgam que campos de treino para golfe não necessitam de investimento? Para além de que a poluição que que os IFV provocam lixam a relva!  :mrgreen:
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Re: A Brigada Mecanizada (-) (-) .
« Responder #168 em: Março 24, 2021, 06:35:49 pm »
Pelo menos para substituir os da versão APC, ficando a frota M-113 reduzida às versões especializadas.

A 45 Warrior/BiMec se conseguissemos 120 tinhamos dois Batalhões e o ERec equipados e alguns de reserva !!

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