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Kad me već secnu da ovu grupu vozila za izradu prolaza u minska polja dopunim i sa ovim amerskim ABV
Assault Breacher Vehicle
Minefield breaching vehicle

The Assault Breacher Vehicle was specially designed to clear pathways through minefields
Entered service 2008
Crew 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight ~ 50 t
Length 12 m
Hull length ~ 7.9 m
Width ~ 3.6 m
Height ~ 2.4 m
Armament
Machine guns 1 x 12.7 mm
Mobility
Engine Honeywell AGT1500 gas turbine
Engine power 1 500 hp
Maximum road speed ~ 70 km/h
Range ~ 500 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 40%
Vertical step 1 m
Trench 2.7 m
Fording 1.2 m
Fording (with preparation) 2 m


The Assault Breacher Vehicle (ABV) was developed to meet the operational requirements of the US Marine Corps. It is also known as the Breacher or Shredder. This combat engineering vehicle was specially designed to clear pathways through minefields, creating safe lanes for other vehicles. It allows assault units to move rapidly through obstacles, before enemy forces establish defenses. First prototypes of the ABV were completed in 2002. The Breacher became operational in 2008. In 2009 it saw combat in Afghanistan. The US Marine Corps ordered a total of 45 systems. Later the US Army ordered 187 of these vehicles, instead of the cancelled Grizzly. The Grizzly was a similar combat engineering vehicle, which was cancelled in 2001 and never reached production.

Baš me živo interesuje šta su zamerili GRIZLIJU pa ću odma i njega postaviti za UPOREĐIVANJE.


The Assault Breacher Vehicle is based on a modified M1A1 Abrams main battle tank chassis. It is worth mentioning, that the ABV uses refurbished Abrams MBT chassis, supplied from surplus Army stocks. Turret of the M1A1 has been removed and replaced by a new superstructure. A number of proven sub-systems have been used on this combat engineering vehicle to reduce development time and cost. Pearson Engineering of the United Kingdom supplied a number of specially designed engineering accessories for this vehicle. These include full width and surface mine ploughs, combat dozer blades, rapid ordnance removal systems, lane marking systems. This equipment can be rapidly fitted or removed, depending on mission requirements.

The Breacher is fitted with two launchers for mine clearing line charges, mounted on the rear of the superstructure. These are rockets, carrying explosives up to 100-150 m forward, detonating mines, bombs or IEDs at a safe distance. In this way it makes safety lanes in the minefields for troops and armored vehicles.

The ABV is capable of supporting the current fleet of US Marines armored vehicles, including the M1A1 Abrams MBT.

A superstructure of the ABV is fitted with the latest explosive reactive armor package. It provides higher level of protection against anti-tank weapons with HEAT warheads, such as RPG rounds. This breaching vehicle is heavily armored and can withstand mine damage.

The Assault Breacher Vehicle is operated by a crew of two, including commander and driver. It has an option for remote control and can be operated from a distance without the crew. This combat engineering vehicle is armed with a cupola-mounted 12.7 mm machine gun, which is operated by the vehicle commander.

The Breacher is powered by Honeywell AGT1500 gas turbine engine, developing 1 500 hp. It is a multi-fuel engine, which can run on kerosene, diesel, petrol or aviation fuel. It has servicing intervals significantly longer than of diesel engines, however it is troublesome to maintain and has very high fuel consumption comparing with diesels. Engine can be replaced in field conditions within 30 minutes. This armored engineering vehicle has speed and mobility to keep up with Abrams tanks during combat operations. The Assault Breacher Vehicle also has a deep fording capability.





http://www.military-today.com/engineering/abv.htm



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Ameri ga baš zbrkali pa umesto zamene M728 sa Grizlijem koji je po meni adekvatna zamena stornirali Grizlija koga sam prikaza baš kao i M728 na temi o Borbenim vozilima Inžinjerije po mojoj podeli jer su oni više od običnog minočistača.
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Ja bi ovde sada stao a M9ACE i CAT/D9 ..IZVORNI amerski..i Izraelski bi metno među Borbena vozila INžinjerije jer ona po meni tamo Više spadaju nego li u inočistače što mogu da rade ali kao dopunska delatnost ako se slažeš.. Ziveli Ziveli Ziveli
A ovde da nastavimo sa starom ŠKOLOM
M60 Panther
Mine clearing vehicle


Only a few M60 Panther mine clearing vehicles were delivered to the US Army
Country of origin United States
Entered service ?
Crew 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight ~ 35 t
Length ~ 7.5 m
Width ~ 3.6 m
Height ~ 1.8 m
Performance
Clearing path width ?
Clearing speed up to 30 km/h
Mobility
Engine Continental AVDS-1790-2 diesel
Engine power 750 hp
Maximum road speed ~ 50 km/h
Range ~ 500 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step 1.2 m
Trench 2.7 m
Fording ~ 1 m
The M60 Panther mine clearing vehicle is a turretless conversion of the surplus M60A3 Patton main battle tanks. It was designed to breach minefields in combat conditions. Only a few of these specialized vehicles were ever made for the US Army. These saw action in Bosnia in 1996, where three Panther mine clearing vehicles detonated nearly 350 mines and cleared more than 800 km of road. This demining vehicle was also used in Kosovo.

During conversion the M60A3 main battle tanks had their turrets removed and mine rollers installed at the front of the hull. The arms move up and down to contour the terrain. Vehicle can clear anti-personnel and anti-tank mines by exploding them with the weight of heavy rollers without causing damage to the vehicle. The Panther is also fitted with CCTV cameras for remote operation.

Odlična slika gde se vidi detalj montaže sekcija koje se ili sklapaju iznova ili se pak menja oštećena po naletanju mina kao što smo i mi radili sa našim sekcijama u ovoj raboti negdar..

This combat engineering vehicle can rapidly clear passages in mine fields, making path for the following vehicles. It is a much faster and safer alternative to human engineers with hand held mine clearing equipment.

This combat engineering vehicle has a crew of two, including commander and driver. It can be operated from inside of the vehicle or remotely, reducing the risk for the crew. When operated remotely the operator with remote control is located in a separate escorting vehicle.

The M60 Panther has no armament.

Vehicle is powered by Continental AVDS-1790-2 turbocharged diesel engine, developing 750 hp. It is coupled with a General Motors CD-850-6A automatic transmission, with 2 forward and 1 reverse speed.

Later a newer M1 Panther II mine clearing vehicle was developed. It is based on the M1 Abrams main battle tank hull.

Kad već spomenu da nastavim sa naslednikom Panter II



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Pa meni je to ok,mada mogu i međ oklopne dozere, ali pošto često vode napad,onda da ima dašipak mesto međ CEVke. Inače Grlizli je baš dobar bio, kao i njegov predak M278. Šteta za njega.

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Kad već spomenu da nastavim sa naslednikom Panter II na bazi Abramsa koji je stigao u manjem broju i na Balkan tačnije na KiM i u Bosnu da se oproba...
M1 Panther II
Mine clearing vehicle


The M1 Panther II demining vehicle is based on the Abrams main battle tank
Crew 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 43.7 t
Length ~ 8 m
Width ~ 3.8 m
Height ~ 1.85 m
Performance
Clearing path width ?
Clearing speed up to 30 km/h
Armament
Machine guns 1 x 7.62 mm
Mobility
Engine Honeywell AGT1500 gas turbine
Engine power 1 500 hp
Maximum road speed ~ 72 km/h
Range ~ 500 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 40%
Vertical step 1.2 m
Trench 2.75 m
Fording ~ 1.5 m

The M1 Panther II is a specialized mine detection and clearing vehicle, based on the M1 Abrams main battle tank. It is a successor to the previous M60 Panther. Vehicle is designed to breach minefields in combat conditions. Only 6 of these mine clearing vehicles are in service with the US Army. These specialized vehicles saw action in Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq.

The M1 Panther II uses a modified hull of the M1 Abrams main battle tank. Turret was replaced with a small superstructure. Two arms were mounted at the front for mine rollers or mine plough attachments. The arms move up and down to contour the terrain. The mine rollers explode mines by their own weight without causing damage to the vehicle. Alternatively the Panther II can be fitted with mine plough, which pushes mines away from the vehicle.

This combat engineering vehicle can rapidly clear passages in mine fields, making path for the following vehicles. It is a much faster and safer alternative to human engineers with hand held mine clearing equipment. The Panther II can clear up to 4.6 m² minefield in an hour.


This demining vehicle has a crew of two, including driver and commander. It can be operated manually or remotely up to 800 m away from the actual clearing area, reducing the risk for the crew. Remotely it is controlled by a single operator, who uses CCTV control unit. This control unit has a size of a briefcase.

This demining vehicle can be fitted with a single 7.62 mm machine gun over commanders cupola for self-defense. It is also fitted with smoke grenade dischargers.

The M1 Panther II is powered by Honeywell AGT1500 gas turbine engine, developing 1 500 hp. The same multi-fuel engine is used on Abrams main battle tanks. It can run on kerosene, diesel, petrol or aviation fuel.



http://www.military-today.com/engineering/m1_panther_2.htm

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Sad jedna DANSKA egzota i meaNićki minoćistać
Hydrema 910
Mine clearing vehicle

The Hydrema 910 mine clearing vehicle is intended for military or peacekeeping operations
Moja opaska je za ovu familiju NATRAG ideš napred GLEDIŠ ni po pip.. ..t..n..v..iš
Posle šale ide kako je i red serija sa TTPodacima..
Entered service 1996
Crew 1 + 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 18.3 - 18.6 t
Length 9.18 m
Width 2.79 m
Height 2.7 m
Performance
Clearing path width 3.5 m
Clearing speed up to 1.4 km/h
Mobility
Engine 2 x Perkins 1006-6TW diesel
Engine power 2 x 178 hp
Maximum road speed 35 km/h
Range ?
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.5 m
Trench ~ 0.5 m
Fording ~ 0.7 m
Sad red slika nadam se da ću gi složiti po fazama operacije u radu..
The Hydrema 910 MCV mine clearing vehicle was designed for military and peacekeeping operations. Production commenced in 1996. This mine clearing vehicle is in service with Denmark.

The Hydrema 910 MCV is fitted with a rotating flail and 72 chains with the hammers at the ends. By rotating the chains dig into the ground. The landmines are either torn apart, or detonated. Damaged chains or hammers can be easily replaced. Vehicle is also fitted with a deflector shield of armored steel. It protects the vehicle against the pressure and mine fragments. Such design with rotating shaft was already used during the World War II. The Hydrema 910 has a 3.5 m wide clearing path.

During mine clearing the Hydrema 910 drives in the opposite direction to road travel with the cab to the rear. This vehicle withstands 10 kg TNT blasts. It clears both anti-tank and anti-personnel mines.


The cabin provides protection against small arms fire and mine fragment debris. It also withstands explosions underneath the vehicle.

This mine clearing vehicle is normally operated by a single man, however it's cabin can accommodate two more passengers during transport or mine clearing operations. This mine clearing vehicle carries no armament.

The Hydrema 910 is fitted with two identical Perkins 1006-6TW turbocharged diesel engines, developing 178 hp. The main engine is used for road transportation, while another engine powers the rotating flail. In case of emergency this mine clearing vehicle can move out of the minefield on the second engine, once the main engine stopped or was damaged. Proven automotive off-the-shelf components are used wherever possible.

The Hydrema 910 has an articulated chassis. The front and the rear chassis are connected with a pivot steering, so the wheels always run in the same track. This mine clearing vehicle has a full-time all-wheel drive and can travel on rough terrain. In travelling mode a complete mine clearing system is stowed over the rear end of the vehicle. The Hydrema 910 can self-deploy between mission sites without the need of a trailer. It is also fitted with a self-recovery winch in case the vehicle becomes bogged down. This mine clearing vehicle can be airlifted by the C-130 Hercules or larger military cargo aircraft without preparation.

Variants
Hydrema 910 MCV2 (series 2) a current production version with improved clearing ability. It is fitted with more powerful engines. When in operation, both engines of this vehicle drive the flail unit. This upgraded system is in service with India and USA.


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Ovog Mravojeda sam negde spominjao ali brez voliko detalja u svakom slučaju pa da i njuma turim u meanićke minočistače ili ti vamiliju MLATILICA
Aardvark
Mine clearing vehicle


The Aardvark mine clearing vehicle has a semi-tracked configuration
Nešto mi se u glavi vrtilo da je ova naprava Danska al sam se zekio ipak je Ingliš konstrukcija a evo i TTZ
Country of origin United Kingdom
Entered service ?
Crew 1 + 1 / 1 + 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 15.3 t
Length 8.4 m
Width 3.56 m
Height 3.19 m
Performance
Clearing path width 3 m
Clearing speed up to 15 km/h
Armament
Machine guns provision for 7.62 mm machine gun
Mobility
Engine New Holland diesel
Engine power 160 hp
Maximum road speed 20 km/h
Range ?
Maneuverability
Gradient 33%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ?
Trench ?
Fording 0.5 m


The Aardvark mine clearing vehicle was developed by Aardvark Clear Mine Ltd of United Kingdom. This company specializes in development of mine clearing equipment. The Aardvark is a dedicated vehicle, designed to clear anti-personnel and anti-tank mines with a maximum explosive weight of 10 kg during peacekeeping operations. The Aardvark is in service with 24 countries, including Canada, France, Italy, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sweden, UK and USA. It is also used by United Nations. The Aardvark saw action in Europe, Africa, Afghanistan and Iraq. It is claimed that in more than 15 years of use no operator of Aardvark equipment has been killed or injured. The Aardvark Mk.4 is the current production version.

The Aardvark is fitted with a rotating flail and 72 chains with the hammers at the ends. Each chain can be fitted with different hammer to suit operation requirements. Disc, ball and T-head hammers are available. By rotating the chains dig into the ground. The landmines are either torn apart, or detonated. Damaged chains or hammers can be easily replaced. The flail rotates at approximately 300 rpm, and every piece of ground is being struck at least twice. The Aardvark is also fitted with a deflector shield of armored steel. It protects the vehicle against the pressure and mine fragments. Such design with rotating shaft was already used during the World War II. The Aardvark has a 3 m wide clearing path. Digging depth and terrain contouring is automatically controlled.

Cab of the Aardvark accommodates operator and one additional crew member. The Mk.3 version provided seating for two additional crew members. The cab is fully armored and provides protection against small arms fire and mine fragment debris. Vehicle has a V-shaped double-skin hull to deflect blasts. Interior of the cab is lined with soundproof material. During mine clearing the Aardvark drives in the opposite direction to road travel with the cab to the rear.



This mine clearing vehicle can be fitted with a roof-mounted 7.62 mm machine gun for self-defense.


The Aardvark has a semi-tracked configuration and is capable of operating in the majority of terrain conditions. It can also clear mines on steep slopes. The latest Mk.4 version is powered by New Holland turbocharged diesel engine, developing 160 hp. The previous Mk.3 was fitted with less powerful unit, developing 120 hp. Engine is mounted on a strengthened chassis and is fitted with armored belly plate.



http://www.military-today.com/engineering/aardvark.htm

A is a special version of the Aardvark intended for airfield or runway clearance. Its tracks are replaced with large solid wheels on each side. It also has some other modifications in order to clear mines without damaging the runway.

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Stigosmo i do ubice iz germanije
Keiler
Mine clearing vehicle

The Keiler mine clearing vehicle is based on a modifid M48A2 Patton tank hull
Stara škola ništa se ne baca je i ovde očito bila na delu jer su za bazu uzeli M48A2 Patton tank
Entered service 1997
Crew 2 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 53 t
Length (traveling) 8.95 m
Length (clearing) 10.7 m
Width (traveling) 3.76 m
Width (clearing) 6.35 m
Height (traveling) 3.8 m
Height (clearing) 2.76 m
Performance
Cleared path width 4.7 m
Clearing speed up to 4 km/h
Mobility
Engine MTU MB 871 Ka 501 diesel
Engine power 986 hp
Maximum road speed 50 km/h
Range 600 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.5 m
Trench 2.6 m
Fording 1.2 m
Još jedan minočistač što mlati a na Balkanu stigao da se vedžba..

The Keiler (Boar) mine clearing vehicle was developed by Rheinmetall, to meet requirements of the German Army. The German MoD issued a requirement in 1973 for a rapid mine clearing system. A number of German companies submitted their proposals. In 1983 the Rhenmetall was selected as a winner for further development. The first two prototypes were completed in 1985. Production contract for 24 mine clearing vehicles was signed in 1993. All vehicles were delivered to the German Army between 1997 and 1998. This mine clearing vehicle saw action with United Nations peacekeeping forces in Bosnia and Croatia.

The Keiler is based on the M48A2 Patton medium tank hull. It is designed to clear lanes through minefields, thus allowing friendly vehicles to pass safely. It can clear both anti-personnel and anti-tank mines. This combat engineering vehicle is fitted with a heavy-duty rotor-powered mine flail. It has two clearing shafts with 24 flails. The flail heads can be easily replaced. The Keiler either explodes mines, tears them apart or throws them aside. This demining vehicle clears a 4.7 m wide paths. It can clear a 120 m long lane in a minefield within 10 minutes. It is claimed that the Keiler clears 98% of mines in it's path. Mines can be cleared in automatic or manual modes. The manual mode is used only in emergency, when automatic mode is inoperable. In travelling order the mine flail is folded on top of the hull.

The Keiler also has an automatic cleared path lane-marking system. It is carried on the rear of the hull.

The Keiler has a crew of two, including commander and driver.

Vehicle carries no defensive armament. It is only fitted with smoke grenade dischargers.



Original engine of the M48 Patton was replaced by a more powerful German MTU MB 871 Ka 501 turbocharged diesel engine, developing 986 hp in travelling mode and 1 092 hp in clearing mode.


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Dođe red i na SISU iz Finsku Patriju i dosta sličnosti sa Aardvarkom i Hudremom po mlaćenju i..
Sisu RA-140 DS
Mine clearing vehicle

The Sius RA-140 DS mine clearing vehicle is intended for peacekeeping operations
Entered service 1994
Crew 1 + 1 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 15 t
Length 7.33 m
Width 2.92 m
Height 2.86 m
Performance
Clearing path width 3.4 m
Clearing speed up to 6 km/h
Mobility
Engine Deutz BF6L913C diesel
Engine power 189 hp
Maximum road speed 70 km/h
Range 250 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.5 m
Trench ~ 0.6 m
Fording 0.8 m
The RA-140 DS is a 4x4 mine clearing vehicle, developed by Sisu (now Patria) to meet requirement of the Finnish Defense Forces. It was introduced in 1994 and is also known as the Raisu. It is intended for peacekeeping operations. It clears anti-personnel, anti-tank and scatterable mines. This mine clearing system is currently in service with Finland and Denmark.


The RA-140 DS is fitted with a rotating flail and 82 chains with the hammers at the ends. By rotating the chains dig into the ground. The landmines are either torn apart, or detonated. Damaged chains or hammers can be easily replaced. Vehicle is also fitted with a deflector shield of armored steel. It protects the vehicle against the pressure and mine fragments. Such design with rotating shaft was already used during the World War II. The Raisu has a 3.4 m wide clearing path. Clearing depth is controlled automatically or manually. Vehicle can clear mines with explosive weight of up to 10 kg. Maximum clearing speed is 6 km/h. In traveling mode the mine clearing assembly is folded over the vehicle.

This mine clearing vehicle is normally operated by a single man. Armored cab of this mine clearing vehicle provides seating for the driver and commander. It s armor protects against 7.62-mm rounds, artillery shell splinters and mine fragment debris. During mine clearing the Raisu drives in the opposite direction to road travel with the cab to the rear to ensure maximum protection to the crew. The cab also has NBC protection system and withstands 10 kg explosions underneath the vehicle. The wheels are also mine resistant and bullet-proof. This mine clearing vehicle can be fitted with a 12.7-mm roof-mounted machine gun for self-defense. Despite protection the Sisu RA-140 DS is not intended for combat mine clearing missions.

The RA-140 DS is powered by a German Deutz BF6L913C air-cooled turbocharged diesel engine, developing 189 hp. Engine is mated with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Raisu is fitted with a self-recovery winch. Vehicle has good cross-country mobility and can briefly redeploy from one mission site to another.

http://www.military-today.com/engineering/ra_140.htm
i malo kao kuriozitet da stanem sa Sovjetsko / Ruskim BMR-3M

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Zatvaram krug i za da rečem kraj turam poslednji vrisak iz Sovjetsko/Ruske vamilije BMR-
BMR-3M
Mine clearing vehicle

The BMR-3M is mainly intended for road mine clearing while escorting convoys
Entered service 2000
Crew 2 + 3 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 48 t
Length 6.93 m
Width 3.78 m
Height 2.93 m
Performance
Mine clearing speed up to 12 km/h
Armament
Machine guns 1 x 12.7-mm
Mobility
Engine V-84MS diesel
Engine power 840 hp
Maximum road speed 50 km/h
Range 500 km
Maneuverability
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step 0.8 m
Trench 2.8 m
Fording 1.2 m
Fording (with preparation) 5 m
U link dodao bi još seriju slika i fertik...
http://www.military-today.com/engineering/bmr_3m.htm

The BMR-3M mine clearing vehicle was developed as a private venture. It is a proposed replacement for the current Russian Army BMR-2 mine clearing vehicle, based on the T-54 medium tank. Also it is a further development of the BMR-3, based on the T-72 main battle tank. The new mine clearing vehicle is mainly intended for road mine clearing, while escorting convoys. It seems that the BMR-3M mine clearing vehicle entered service with the Russian Army in 2000. Other sources report that it saw action during the second war in Chechnya. Some export customers expressed interest in obtaining this vehicle, however there were no export sales to date.

The BMR-3M is based on the T-90 main battle tank chassis. The turret has been removed and new all-welded superstructure has been fitted. This mine clearing vehicle is fitted with Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA) blocks. The superstructure provides protection against small arms fire, artillery shell splinters and mine fragment debris. Belly armor has been improved and is of composite construction. It withstands and anti-tank mine blast anywhere under the hull. This engineering vehicle is fitted with NBC protection system.

The BMR-3M is fitted with KTM-7 mine rollers. Chains are fitted between the rollers to detonate tilt-mast fuzes. A single roller clears 0.8 m wide track, allowing the following vehicles to pass. The BMR-3M is also fitted with electromagnetic countermine system, that detonates magnetically fuzed mines. It is also fitted with a radio jammer, that prevents detonation of radio-controlled explosives. This vehicle clears mines fitted with pressure activated fuses, bottom mines fitted with rod-type fuses and mines with magnetic proximity fuses. It also ploughs-out mines planted in soil. Mine clearing speed is up to 12 km/h, depending on mine density and ground conditions.

The BMR-3M is armed with a remotely-operated 12.7-mm machine gun for self-defense. This machine gun is also used to destruct visible mines laying on the surface of soil.

This mine clearing vehicle has a crew of two, including driver and commander. Both of them are seated in special blast-suppressing seats. The BMR-3M can also accommodate three persons from mine clearing party. Also there are two hand-held mine detection sets and one mine clearing set. It is claimed that this engineering vehicle is fitted with life-support system, that enables the crew to remain inside the vehicle for up to two days.

The BMR-3M is powered by a V-84MS turbocharged diesel engine, developing 840 hp. The same engine is used on the T-90 main battle tank. At the hull rear there is a small cargo platform. Up to 5 t of equipment can be carried there, such as KTM-7 mine rollers. The rollers are fitted to the vehicle using a crane. There is an auxiliary 2.5 t capacity crane at the rear of the superstructure. This mine clearing vehicle also has a device for cleared lane marking. With preparation the BMR-3M can ford water obstacles up to 5 m deep.







Još 2016 sam otvorio ovog džina kao zasebnu temu pa mislim da je bolje da se sve Novosti ako ih jema tamo turaju
https://www.mycity-military.com/Inzinjerija/Borben.....MR-3M.html

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Бронеавтомобиль Тайфун К 4х4 с минным тралом на форуме Армия-2019.
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