BMP INFANTRY FIGHTING VEHICLE 1967-94 PDF

The ability to hit targets on the move with missiles was successfully demonstrated during competitive evaluations in the UAE in Optional autoloader for ATGM missiles is also available. It also has a stronger armor on the turret, and two-axis stabilisation. The module can carry 80 rounds and fire 80 rounds per minute including air burst, high-explosive, fragmentation, armor-piercing and guided munitions with a maximum range of The engine is in the back of the vehicle to the right unlike most other IFVs, which have the engine located forward in the hull.

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Azerbaijan — 53 BMP-2s in service with the armed forces in , 88 in , in , in , in , 96 in and , 91 in , 41 in —, and 39 in Further 84 were ordered in from the Soviet Union and delivered in by Russia. Ivory Coast — 2 ordered in from Angola and delivered in the vehicles were previously in Angolan service.

Some captured or destroyed by the Iraqi forces. Slovakia [6] — 93 [60] Sri Lanka — 4 were ordered in from Ukraine and delivered in the vehicles were previously in Soviet and later Ukrainian service.

Ukraine — 1, were in service in , 1, in and 1, in Yemen — were ordered in from Ukraine and were delivered between and the vehicles were probably previously in Soviet and later Ukrainian service. Between and BMP-2Ds were ordered in from Russia and were delivered between and East Germany — 24 were ordered in from the Soviet Union and were delivered between and the vehicles were possibly produced in Czechoslovakia. Iraq [6] — were ordered in from the Soviet Union and were delivered between and some of the vehicles were possibly produced in Czechoslovakia.

All destroyed or scrapped.

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BMP Infantry Fighting Vehicle 1967–94

It is fed from a round magazine located around the turret ring. The gun can be reloaded by hand if necessary. Some units removed the autoloader altogether when new vehicles were delivered, but the mechanized ammunition conveyor magazine was kept. High-explosive ammunition, introduced in , can only be loaded manually, from a conveyor. In theory, a fifth missile can be carried on the launcher. Each 9M14M weighs

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BMP Infantry Fighting Vehicle 1967-94

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