ef/x Publish time 25-5-2006 10:20 PM

Israeli Military Hardware (ex- Israeli Armour)

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The D9R has proved to be a most enduring platform, surviving 100 kg belly charges and rocket-propelled grenade hits

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Merkava Mk 4 MBTs during an armoured battalion exercise in the Negev desert in October 2005

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A Merkava Mk 4 equipped with the Trophy Active Protection System

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The IDF has also, in recent years, added a protected vertical extension to some of its Nagmachon APCs and dubbed the conversions Mifletset (Monster)


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ef/x Publish time 25-5-2006 10:25 PM

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In July 2005 the IDF took delivery of the first of some 130 Rafael Armament Development Authority Ze'ev (Wolf) 4 x 4 light armoured vehicles

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The IDF is also set to evaluate the Wildcat truck-based APC

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M113 armoured personnel carrier with insensitive reactive armour

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Upgraded M113 APC with IMI L-VAS hybrid ballistic armour, combining both passive and reactive armour

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The Electronic Jammer Against Bombs (EJAB) can be programmed to counter "virtually all types of radio bands used by IEDs". The system's antenna is shown above

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ef/x Publish time 25-5-2006 10:40 PM

The namera (tigerss), an apc based on merkava mk1 chasis

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Achzarit apc, based on t-54/55 mbt chasis.

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Puma APC

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Nagmasho't apc

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Nakpadon apc

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Zelda 2 apc, upgraded m113.

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Nagman

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Kasman

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Storm

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tankee1981 Publish time 26-5-2006 03:51 PM

The IDF have some of the most weid looking vehicles in their armour forces. But none the less very effective. :)

insignia Publish time 27-5-2006 12:48 PM

nice pic..!!
:)

Debmey Publish time 27-5-2006 03:07 PM

I love these vehicles. Hope we can have them soon.

ef/x Publish time 27-5-2006 07:08 PM

Reply #4 tankee1981's post

Agreed..., I think its based on their experience in Urban Warfare

The Achzarit apc, is based on t-54/55 mbt chasis that was captured from the egyptians during the last war. It seems to me the israelis too (like the pinoy in previous topic) good at recyling & upgrading :ah: Hope MY will follow this trend..

jazim Publish time 27-5-2006 08:01 PM

How about Merkava 1, 2 & 3? upgraded to Merk 4 standard, put in storage, retired, sold?

Robotech Publish time 29-5-2006 04:36 PM

Originally posted by Debmey at 27-5-2006 03:07 PM
I love these vehicles. Hope we can have them soon.

Highly unlikely.

If that thing plastered with "Made in Israel", Msia won't buy it ... outta principle we currently support.

Eokboy Publish time 29-5-2006 07:35 PM

Originally posted by Robotech at 29-5-2006 04:36 PM


Highly unlikely.

If that thing plastered with "Made in Israel", Msia won't buy it ... outta principle we currently support.
LOL. Lurk moar.

ef/x Publish time 30-5-2006 12:36 AM

Reply #9 Robotech's post

Aku pernah came across imported citrus from Israel in The Store Batu Pahat..... & I heard MitV actually buy/using israel Technology

alphawolf Publish time 30-5-2006 11:09 AM

Pic #1 - Bulldozer on steroids!

alphawolf Publish time 30-5-2006 11:11 AM

Originally posted by Robotech at 29-5-2006 16:36


Highly unlikely.

If that thing plastered with "Made in Israel", Msia won't buy it ... outta principle we currently support.

Dude...that guy is referring to his country...not ours.

Robotech Publish time 30-5-2006 11:57 AM

Originally posted by alphawolf at 30-5-2006 11:11 AM


Dude...that guy is referring to his country...not ours.

Oooh, you mean our dear Debbie is from SG, kah?

Then buy the whole truckload of 'em. Besides, SG is one of the top foreign Israeli military export.

Debmey Publish time 30-5-2006 09:06 PM

Originally posted by jazim at 27-5-2006 08:01 PM
How about Merkava 1, 2 & 3? upgraded to Merk 4 standard, put in storage, retired, sold?


No lah, they can still be used by reserve units. They have lots of reserve units.

Debmey Publish time 30-5-2006 09:11 PM

Originally posted by ef/x at 27-5-2006 07:08 PMAgreed..., I think its based on their experience in Urban Warfare

The Achzarit apc, is based on t-54/55 mbt chasis that was captured from the egyptians during the last war. It seems to me the israelis too (like the pinoy in previous topic) good at recyling & upgrading Hope MY will follow this trend..


Not advisable to upgrade M113.
I think its not worth it. The mechanism and engine sucks big time. Singapore modify the M113 only for support roles such as anti aircraft platform and make a new APC.

GhostRecon Publish time 31-7-2006 03:44 PM

golani brigade equipments

halo..

we cant deny that israel-made weapon systems are considered one of the best in the world.im not saying they are the best..they are one of the best.and bear in mind no weapon system is perfect.ok enuf with that.i'd like to discuss with u guys bout the equipment used by their elite 'Golani' brigade in urban warfare.the concept is very interesting..here goes..

IDF Achzarit

The Achzarit (אכזרית in Hebrew: "cruel woman") is a heavily armored armored personnel carrier manufactured by the Israeli Defence Forces Corps of Ordnance.

Rear view of an AchzaritThe Achzarit is based on the Soviet-built T-54/T-55 tank, beginning with those captured from Arab armies during the Israeli-Arab wars. The IDF took the old T-55 tank and removed its turret. The chassis was modified for troop carriage by adding a troop compartment and a rear door. The original Soviet-made water-cooled diesel engine was replaced with a more compact and powerful diesel engine, and other internal systems were upgraded. Reactive armor was installed over the original armored tank chassis.

The Achzarit Mk 1 has a 650-hp engine, while the Mk 2 has an 850-hp engine.

It is armed with 7.62 mm machine guns, including one machine gun controlled from within the cabin, developed by the Israeli Armament Development Authority (Rafael).

Because of its heavy armor, the Achzarit is sometimes called a heavy APC (HAPC). Achzarit APCs are in service with the IDF Golani Brigade, which operates near the Lebanese border and in the northern part of the West Bank.

Achzarit APCs took part in Operation Rainbow in Rafah, after a comparatively lightly-armored M-113 APC was destroyed by an RPG round.


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dont u think it suits urban battlefield well?it was developed by IDF based on their experience..having an APC which is based on a tank chasis can provide better protection for the soldier..at least better than normal APC..i guess.remember our Condor in Bakara Street..where one of our soldier dier bcoz of RPG.. in this achzarit the driver is better protected bcoz its jz the same as the tank driver..in my opinion la...
In malaysian perspective..our built-up area is getting bigger..mybe in the future we might end up in a conflict jz like what's happening in the middle east rite now..having a tank regiments which are supported by infantry escort in the same chasis is great isnt it..n it'll be easier in terms of maintainance n spareparts...

what do u guys think?

IceMallet Publish time 31-7-2006 04:01 PM

APC ni la yg aku dok tgk dlm CNN tuh..nampak mantap..

jerai Publish time 31-7-2006 04:10 PM

ada rupa macam BMP apc russia tak

http://warfare.ru/?linkid=2304&catid=245&image=987

GhostRecon Publish time 31-7-2006 09:31 PM

lagi satu yang menarik tentang armoured vehicle IDF ni..merkava tank die bleh bwk 1 section..rmai tuh,cmne bleh letak dlm tank tuh.tank ni jgk ade 1 mortar 60mm on board...tinggi btul firepowernye yeh..

dgr cite merkave 5 nak pkai 140mm...
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