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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 18:17 | Beitrag #2131
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Der Mörser ist angeblich mit einem Magazin versehen. Der Turm beinhaltet auch einen einfahrbaren Starter für zwei LFKs (Spike-LR). Von Innen kann nicht nachgeladen werden, da der Turm keinen Durchbruch des Fahrzeugdaches erfordert.



Im Uhrzeigersinn von 12 Uhr:
1. Kommandanten-Periskop
2. Doppel-Starter für LFK
3. Eines von vier Radar-Panele für das Trophy-Schutzsystem
4. 60-mm-Mörser
5. Richtschützenoptik
6. 30/40-mm-Kanone (wahrscheinlich von ATK; Rohrwechsel erlaubt verschießen von "Super40"-Munition statt 30 x 173 mm) mit Doppelgurtzufuhr und 400 Schuss
7. Nebeltöpfe
8. Koaxial-Bewaffnung in Form eines 7,62-mm-MGs mit 700 Schuss im Magazin

Baugleich wird dieser Turm auch auf dem Eitan eingesetzt werden:


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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 18:21 | Beitrag #2132
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Hier ein kurzes Video, da kann man den Mörser ebenfallen erkennen: https://youtu.be/AMItI3X8Kls


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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 18:23 | Beitrag #2133
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ZITAT(methos @ 2. Aug 2017, 19:17) *


Im Uhrzeigersinn von 12 Uhr:
1. Kommandanten-Periskop
2. Doppel-Starter für LFK
3. Eines von vier Radar-Panele für das Trophy-Schutzsystem
4. 60-mm-Mörser
5. Richtschützenoptik
6. 30/40-mm-Kanone (wahrscheinlich von ATK; Rohrwechsel erlaubt verschießen von "Super40"-Munition statt 30 x 173 mm) mit Doppelgurtzufuhr und 400 Schuss
7. Nebeltöpfe
8. Koaxial-Bewaffnung in Form eines 7,62-mm-MGs mit 700 Schuss im Magazin


Hi, mmn fehlt da zwischen Punkt 2 und 3 eine Beschreibung.

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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 18:30 | Beitrag #2134
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ZITAT(der_finne @ 2. Aug 2017, 19:23) *
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Hi, mmn fehlt da zwischen Punkt 2 und 3 eine Beschreibung.

3. drehbare Trophy APS-Abschusseinheit für die projektilbildende Ladungen
4. Trophy APS-AESA Radar (4 Einheiten)


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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 18:33 | Beitrag #2135
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Das wären dann die Radarsensoren von Trophy (Textbox auf 4-Uhr-Position)


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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 19:59 | Beitrag #2136
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ZITAT(Praetorian @ 2. Aug 2017, 19:33) *
Das wären dann die Radarsensoren von Trophy (Textbox auf 4-Uhr-Position)


Nee, die sind doch beschrieben (ursprünglich als Punkt 3), Dave hat es als "3. drehbare Trophy APS-Abschusseinheit für die projektilbildende Ladungen" benannt. Danke dafür.
 
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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 20:25 | Beitrag #2137
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Tatsächlich doch ein Mörser. Und dann sogar mit Magazin.

Das ist eine Menge Holz in dem Turm. MK mit 400 Schuss, Coax mit 700 Schuss, 2 Spike und ein 60mm Mörser mit Magazin. Und das in einem Paket, was doch recht zierlich wirkt. Das mag auf dem Naner natürlich etwas täuschen, da der so ein Riesenbiest ist, aber auch auf dem Eitan sieht das wie ein sehr kompaktes System aus.


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Beitrag 2. Aug 2017, 20:29 | Beitrag #2138
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ZITAT(Praetorian @ 2. Aug 2017, 19:33) *
Das wären dann die Radarsensoren von Trophy (Textbox auf 4-Uhr-Position)


Nee, die sind doch beschrieben (ursprünglich als Punkt 3), Dave hat es als "3. drehbare Trophy APS-Abschusseinheit für die projektilbildende Ladungen" benannt. Danke dafür.

Ja, verwechselt smile.gif


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Beitrag 3. Aug 2017, 07:55 | Beitrag #2139
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Aus meiner Sicht war es nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis die IDF auch ihre Schützenpanzer besser bewaffnen, zumal schon lange damit experimentiert wird.

aus dem verlinkten Janes-Artikel:
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Brig Gen Matzliach said the upgrade is “a better answer to combat in an urban setting”, with the 30 mm gun providing “significant firepower to infantry units, allowing the soldiers to be more independent on the battlefield, and to reduce the dependency on support from other units”.


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Beitrag 18. Aug 2017, 17:12 | Beitrag #2140
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Strykers Now Armed with Bigger Gun, New Missile for Russian Threat

17 AUG 2017
Military.com | by Richard Sisk


ABERDEEN, Md. -- In direct response to a specific Russian threat, the Army's newly up-gunned and remodeled Stryker vehicles are headed to Europe with the first turret cannon fielded by the service since 120mm smoothbores were put on M1 Abrams tanks in 1986.

The first of the retrofitted, eight-wheeled M1126 Strykers mounted with a 30mm Kongsberg cannon is expected to arrive in Vilseck, Germany, in January to join the 4,800 troops and 330 combat vehicles of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment (2CR), said Col. Glenn Dean, Project Manager Stryker Brigade Combat Team.

At the same time, the Army will be delivering Strykers to the 2CR fitted with the Raytheon Common Remote Operations Weapon Station II, or CROWS II, which will enable a gunner to aim and fire the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile while buttoned up inside the vehicle.

By the fall of 2018, the 2CR is expected to have 83 of the Strykers mounted with the .30mm cannon -- similar to the fearsome GAU-8/A Avenger Gatling .30mm nose cannon in the tank-killer A-10 Thunderbolt II ground attack aircraft, commonly known as the "Warthog."

However, Dean said the number of retrofitted Strykers eventually deployed to the 2CR will depend on how well the vehicles adapt to the tactics employed by the regiment.

"We're not going to put a 30mm cannon on every Stryker -- it's a selection of them," he said. "Part of the decision on how many for the future will depend on what 2nd Cavalry Regiment has to say on what works or what doesn't work, or if we have enough or too many."

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Sgt. 1st Class Nicholas Young, a master gunner with the Stryker program, said the cannon is effective out to 3,000 meters and fed by two magazines, each carrying 78 rounds. Another 264 rounds could be stored in the hull, he added.

Young said the cannon will give Stryker crews "a huge advantage against the enemy that they don't have with the .50 'cal,' " a reference to the .50 caliber machine gun now mounted on many Stryker variants.

The 30mm can fire two types of rounds -- armor piercing and high explosive -- but Young stressed that the cannon is only an enhancement to the main purpose of the Strykers: to deliver a nine-man infantry squad to the fight.

"We're just giving them a bigger gun," Young said. "The purpose of the vehicle is to get those nine guys to the battlefield."

The Stryker's engine had to be upgraded from 350 horsepower to 450 horsepower to deal with the added weight of the turret, but the vehicle still gets about 5.5 miles per gallon and has a range of 320 miles on a full tank, depending on the terrain, Dean said.

Adding the Javelin

In the costly second part of the demonstration, a buttoned-up Styker carrying the CROWS II station hit a target about 1,500 meters downrange with the Javelin.

Each Javelin missile used to cost about $100,000, but now goes for about $150,000, Dean said.

Previously, in order to use the Javelin, the nine-man infantry squad carried by Strykers had to dismount out the back to set up the weapon on the ground, said Dean Barten, Product Director-Javelin at the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala.

With the CROWS II station, the gunner inside the vehicle can fix on the target and fire the Javelin from a mount atop the vehicle.

"It's the same optics, the same sight systems," whether firing the "fire-and-forget" Javelin remotely or dismounted, Barten said.

"It's going to hit whatever you see," he said. The missile itself "sees the target before it even launches" with optics on the missile tube.

Firing the missile from atop the vehicle "gives you an extra 10 feet in line of sight," Barten said.

Situational Awareness

Following the firing demonstration, Maj. Gen. David Bassett, the Army's Program Executive Officer for Ground Combat Systems, acknowledged that the 2nd Cavalry Regiment will have to work out problems with "situational awareness" for the nine infantry troops carried by the Strykers mounted with the .30mm cannon and the two-man crew of driver and an assistant.

The sightlines from the rear top hatch from which the squad leader could pop up to scope out the terrain are blocked by the turret. To maintain situational awareness, the squad leader will now have to maintain contact with the driver or scrunch down into a small tunnel to see what the driver sees.

To work out the tactical kinks, the Army brought 10 troops from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment to Aberdeen to train on the retrofitted Strykers.

Because of the turret blocking the sight lines, "you're leaving that sole trust on the driver" to keep the squad informed, said Spc. Tyler Lowers, 20, of Wichita, Kansas, a member of 2CR's Third Squadron. "It's on you," he said of the driver.

Staff Sgt. Randall Engler, 27, of Novato, California, a squad leader in the Third Squadron, said, "The purpose of the truck is to get us to the fight. In essence, it helps us."

He said he expects that "we won't deviate at all" from current tactics.

"There's always a lot of cross talk" between the crew and the squad, and "I can see out the front if a need to" as the vehicle gets close to the drop zone, Engler said.

However, Lt. Col. Troy Meisel, deputy commander of the 2CR, said, "There's not a likelihood that this vehicle will lead the formation" into battle, but "it will allow us to get to the right place at the right time."

"It's not designed to attack a mechanized force," he said, "but it gives us more flexibility when we do come across them. It gives us the ability to survive those chance contacts" through the range of the .30mm cannon.

"You can throw a machine gun on a technical vehicle that had farther reach than our own .50 caliber did," Meisel said, but the test firings at Aberdeen "were engaging targets at 3,200 meters."

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http://www.military.com/daily-news/2017/08...ian-threat.html



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  • Yesterday and today, upgunned models of the 25-ton Stryker fired new 30 millimeter autocannons and Javelin anti-tank missiles. The Javelin launchers, which replace existing weapon mounts, will go to every Stryker unit, eventually. For now, the 30 mm gun “Dragoon” variant, which requires extensive modifications to accommodate a new turret, is only funded for 83 vehicles of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. The program has requested funding for a second brigade.
  • Today, the latest upgrade of the Abrams tank, the 73-ton M1A2 SEP V3, test-fires its 120 mm cannon with new sensors here at Aberdeen; reliability testing has already shown the V3 suffers fewer breakdowns than the current models. Work is also underway on an upgraded Bradley troop carrier, the M2A4; an upgraded Paladin howitzer, the M109A7; and a replacement for the geriatric M113, the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV). All heavy armored brigade combat teams (ABCTs) will get these upgrades eventually, but under current funding it’ll take several years to convert just the first brigade to the new Abrams and Bradleys.
  • This fall, after extensive field tests, the Army will decide whether to start buying Israeli-built Trophy Active Protection System for its M1s. The service is testing the Iron Curtain and Iron Fist systems alongside Trophy, and it’s testing APS on Strykers and (soon) on Bradleys, but these other possibilities are lagging the Trophy-M1 tank combination. The immediate decision: whether to buy enough Trophies to equip the M1s in one brigade.

http://breakingdefense.com/2017/08/upgunne...g-will-be-slow/


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Beitrag 12. Sep 2017, 11:50 | Beitrag #2141
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S 400
Türkei kauft russisches Raketenabwehrsystem

Die Türkei hat sich mit Russland auf den Kauf eines russischen Raketenabwehrsystems geeinigt. Mehr als ein dreiviertel Jahr verhandelten beide Parteien miteinander. Die USA sehen den Kauf kritisch.

Der Deal zwischen Russland und der Türkei ist abgeschlossen: Ankara hat einen Vertrag über den Erwerb des russischen S-400-Raketenabwehrsystems unterzeichnet, sagte der türkische Staatschef Recep Tayyip Erdogan laut türkischen Medienberichten vom Dienstag. Es ist der erste größere Rüstungskauf der Türkei von Russland.

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https://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article...wehrsystem.html


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