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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #15 em: Janeiro 24, 2015, 02:24:41 am »




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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #16 em: Abril 13, 2015, 11:58:37 am »
India's Missile Defence System suffers a setback



India's indigenously developed ballistic missile defence (BMD) system suffered a setback when one of its Ashvin Advanced Air  Defence (AAD) interceptor missiles failed to engage its target during a test and plunged into the Bay of Bengal seconds after the take-off.
 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #17 em: Abril 28, 2015, 11:27:19 pm »


India claims it has built an improved version of the original 155mm howitzer the Army bought in 1987 to the Swedish firm Bofors. This effort comes after a series of incidents: in 2013, for instance, the barrel burst during a winter test. An Army officer said that the service hss ordered 114 of those guns, named Dhanush, but he refused to confirm whether the gun had met all service requirements.

The Army is desperate to acquire the weapon as it has not been able to buy a single howitzer since 1987, despite a 1999 long-term plan to convert all the existing guns to 155mm/52 caliber at a cost of more of US $6 billion.
 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #18 em: Maio 08, 2015, 08:20:58 pm »
Indian-made Arjun tanks out of action due to spares shortage



Nearly half the India Army's 124 indigenously designed Arjun Mk1 main battle tanks are inoperable due to a persistent shortage of spares and endurance maintenance problems, army sources said. This prompted the Indian Ministry of Defence to form a committee, headed by a retired three-star armoured corps officer, to resolve the components shortage and reactivate the MBTs within two months.

About 55 percent of the value of the Arjun Mk1 is imported components and those supplies have dried up,  the sources say. The 124 tanks were delivered from 2004 to 2013.
 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #19 em: Julho 21, 2015, 04:02:49 pm »
http://www.janes.com/article/52929/tata-motors-wins-order-to-supply-6x6-trucks-to-indian-army
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Tata Motors has secured an order from the Indian Army to supply 1,239 high-mobility 6x6 multi-axle trucks. The Mumbai-based company said the order - worth INR9.14 billion (USD144 million) - is the largest prime contract in the land systems sector awarded to a private-sector company.

Tata Motors said the vehicles will be fitted with cranes and used by the Indian Army to transport ammunition, spare parts, and other operational equipment. The vehicles, it said, can also be customised for a range of applications including multi-barrel rocket launcher, missile firing unit, field service vehicle, and medium recovery vehicle.

The company added that the vehicles have been subject to a series of trials lasting 25 months including those conducted at the state-run Defence Research and Development Organisation's (DRDO's) Vehicles Research & Development Establishment.


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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #20 em: Dezembro 18, 2015, 01:09:26 pm »
 

Índia irá comprar 5 baterias de S-400 por até 6 bilhões de dólares  

http://www.defesaaereanaval.com.br/india-ira-comprar-5-baterias-de-s-400-por-ate-6-bilhoes-de-dolares/
 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #21 em: Fevereiro 07, 2016, 10:09:20 pm »

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #22 em: Janeiro 20, 2017, 02:30:35 pm »
 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #23 em: Agosto 07, 2017, 11:42:10 am »
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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #24 em: Dezembro 18, 2017, 04:26:49 pm »

India Seeks To Reshape Its Armored Forces

Análise às necessidades indianas para um novo CC tendo em conta as vulnerabilidades do T-72 evidenciadas durante a guerra na Síria.

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #25 em: Abril 14, 2019, 01:22:39 pm »
https://www.forte.jor.br/2019/04/09/governo-da-india-aprova-a-compra-de-464-tanques-t-90ms-para-o-exercito-indiano/

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De acordo com a revista Jane’s Defence Weekly em um artigo de Rahul Bedi “Comitê de Segurança da Índia aprova a aquisição de tanques 464 T-90MS”, no início de abril de 2019, o Comitê de Segurança do Gabinete (CCS), liderado pelo Primeiro Ministro da Índia Narendra Modi aprovou a compra para o Exército Indiano de 464 tanques russos T-90MS no valor de 134,48 bilhões de rúpias (1,93 bilhão de dólares).



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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #26 em: Maio 01, 2019, 04:37:43 pm »
Exército indiano terá descoberto pegadas do yeti


 

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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #27 em: Agosto 01, 2020, 10:20:33 am »
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La India podría adquirir tanques ligeros

El gobierno indio ha dado luz verde al Ejército para adquirir un tanque ligero que pueda ser desplegado en la frontera del Himalaya, donde la infraestructura india dificulta el despliegue de T-72/90 y Arjun.

La decisión se ha producido tras el choque fronterizo con China el pasado junio. Desde entonces el Ejército de China ha desplegado tanques ligeros Tipo-15, que no tienen homólogos en la India.



De momento se ha mencionado el Sprut-SD ruso. Este modelo puede ser lanzado desde un avión y su cañón de 125 utiliza la misma munición que el T-72/90, lo que favorece la logística. En el mercado no hay muchas alternativas; y será interesante ver el ganador. Otra opción sería el BMD-4M con armamento mixto.
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Re: Exército Indiano
« Responder #28 em: Agosto 05, 2020, 03:30:56 pm »
DRDO offers two options to develop an Indian light tank

Last July, the Indian Ministry of Defence fast-tracked the emergency purchase of light tanks to counter possible attacks by over 20,000 Chinese troops poised on the Ladakh border along with tanks, artillery, air defence and road construction units, Ajai Shukla reports in Business Standard.


T-90S Bhishma, a too heavy tank for mountain, forested and other difficult areas (Picture source: Army Recognition)

To eliminate the costly and time-consuming import of light tanks, the Defence R&D Organisation (DRDO) has developed plans for building an indigenous light tank for use in mountains and in jungle terrain.

Arrayed on the Ladakh border is the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA’s) new light tank, the small, agile and versatile ZTQ 105 – also known as the Type 15 tank. To counter these, India’s Ladakh garrison has just three tank regiments with a total of 150 old T-72 tanks that, with their some 42 tonnes, are designed for the plains. Movement on mountain roads is slow and often impossible. Given the limited elevation and depression of its heavy gun, the T-72 cannot engage targets on hilltops and in valleys.

Let’s remind that Indian, British and U.S. troops used light tanks in their fight against the Japanese in Northeastern India and Burma during World War 2, the light tank being the U.S.-made M3/M3A1 Stuart delivered in the framework of the extraordinary Lend-Lease Act signed in 1941. They also used M3 Grant medium tanks and, later, M4 Sherman medium tanks, also supplied by the U.S. In 1948 these same Shermans pushed back Pakistan forces in the Zojila pass. Against China in 1962, the army used French-made AMX-13 light tanks in the battle of Gurung Hill near Pangong Tso and also deployed them in Bomdila and Dirang in Arunachal Pradesh. In the 1971 Bangladesh campaign, French AMX-13 and Soviet PT-76 amphibious tanks played a stellar role in the battle of Garibpur.

Hence, Business Standard learns the DRDO has short-listed two options for developing an indigenous light tank within 18 months. Both these involve combining the DRDO’s tank development expertise created while developing the Arjun tank, with the defence manufacturing capability of companies such as Larsen & Toubro that are already building the K9 Vajra self-propelled gun system.

The first option involves creating a 34-35-tonne tank by fitting a 105mm John Cockerill turret onto a K-9 Vajra hull, powered by a 1,000 hp MTU engine optimised for high altitudes. DRDO sources say this hybrid tank could go into production within 18 months.

The second option retains the K-9 Vajra hull and MTU engine, but matched with the gun turret of the T-90S Bhishma tank that the army already uses. This 38-tonne tank would also require 18 months for going into production.

Larsen & Toubro is assembling the K-9 Vajra under licence from South Korea and will deliver its current order by next year. If the K-9 Vajra chassis is to form the basis for an Indian light tank, it would have to extend that licence.


K9 Vajra self-propelled howitzer (Picture source: Army Recognition)

The DRDO is confident that either of these hybrid tanks would be better options than what the MoD is considering buying: the Russian Sprut SDM1. They point out that the Sprut is a tank destroyer with old technology and that no other country has bought it. Since the Russian army has bought only 24 Spruts, it is not in regular production, making it hard to meet early delivery schedules and Russia would have to be approached for spares, overhaul and future upgrades.

The DRDO has earlier attempted to develop light tanks, but there was never any real interest from the army. In the 1980s, the DRDO integrated the chassis of the Soviet BMP-1 infantry combat vehicle with a 105mm gun, but the army was not interested. Next, the DRDO mounted a French GIAT TS-90 turret and a 105mm gun on the BMP chassis, which the Ordnance Factory Board was building in Odisha. Again the army was indifferent and the project was shelved. In 2009, the army’s interest in light tanks was renewed with the sanction of two armoured brigades for high altitude operations alongside the mountain strike corps. The army issued a request for information (RFI) in 2009, but eventually T-72 tanks were deemed adequate and the RFI was abandoned.

Now, there is fresh interest with the possibility of encountering the Chinese new ZTQ 105 light tank. The VT5, also named Type 15 or ZTQ-15 in the Chinese army, is a lightweight battle tank designed and manufactured by NORINCO (China North Industries Corporation). The VT5 was unveiled to the public during the Zhuhai AirShow China in November 2016. According to NORINCO engineers, the VT5 was developed for the export market. The VT5 has a weight from 33 to 36 tons depending on the armor fitted to the tank. With this weight, the tank offers more mobility than a standard main battle tank offering the same level of firepower. The power-to-weight ratio is between 27 and 30 hp/ton depending on the armor package. This tank can be used in mountain areas and operate in terrains that are inaccessible to standard main battle tanks weighing around 50 tons. The VT5 features good battlefield awareness, strong information capabilities and high maneuverability. It is suitable for modern joint operations, according to NORINCO. On December 27, 2018, the spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of National Defense Wu Qian announced that the new Type 15 lightweight tank was commissioned by China's army. Type 15 was shown for the first time to the public during the military parade rehearsal for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on September 2019. According to information published in December 2019, the Bangladesh Ministry of Defense officially announced that its army has ordered VT5 light tanks from China.

https://www.armyrecognition.com/analysis_focus_army_defence_military_industry_army/drdo_offers_two_options_to_develop_an_indian_light_tank.html
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