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Defexpo India 2010
International Defence military exhibition
Land, Air, Sea capabilities
New Delhi
, India
15 - 18 February 2010
 
Rosoboronexport at DefExpo 2010 - Large presence of Russian Industry
 

Tuesday , 16 February 2010, 11:15

 
Russia's state arms exporter Rosoboronexport at Defexpo India Defense Exhibition 2010
 
 

The Rosoboronexport’s exposition showcases a wide nomenclature of defence export products intended for land forces employment taking due account of potential customers’ requirements.

The BTR-80 and BTR-80A armoured personnel carriers are designed to transport troops and provide fire support to motorised infantry units. The vehicles can be employed both by land and marine forces.


BTR-80A Wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier

It makes no doubts that specialists and guests to the exhibition will be attracted to the upgraded BMP-3M highly manoeuvrable infantry combat vehicle. It is armed with the 100-mm smoothbore gun/missile launcher, 30-mm automatic cannon and 7.62-mm machine gun integrated in a single weapons module.

Visitors also will be able to familiarise themselves with the T-90S missile/gun main battle tank which features small dimensions, reduced weight and low observable profile, as well as advanced gun/missile launcher armament, active and reactive armour protection. The T-90S is considered to be one of the world’s best tanks to date.


T-90S main battle tank

Land forces’ artillery systems will be traditionally represented by promotional materials on multiple rocket launch systems, upgraded self-propelled guns and howitzers, antitank guided weapons, reconnaissance and combat control systems.

The Rosoboronexport’s exposition secures a prominent space for multiple rocket launch systems and a wide range of projectiles for them. These systems are in great demand in many regions over the world as a powerful and highly effective means capable of suppressing enemy forces and assets at a range of 20 to 90 km. The exposition features the 9A52-4 Smerch multiple rocket launch system mounted on the Kamaz truck with the removable or fixed containers. Its combat vehicle is equipped with the automated fire control and guidance system (ASUNO), as well as air conditioning system.

The exposition contains promotional materials on self-propelled and towed artillery systems, including the 152-mm Msta-S self-propelled howitzer coupled with the automated fire control and guidance system, 120-mm Nona-M1 mortar, and others.


2S19 Msta-S self-propelled tracked howitzer

Military specialists will have the opportunity to see a plethora of general-purpose and close-combat infantry weapons, such as well-known types of grenade launchers (hand-held RPG-7V1 and RPG-27, automatic AGS-30), machine guns (Pecheneg, PKM, RPK, and others), PDM-A Shmel-M new-generation flame throwers, SVD and SVDS sniper rifles, and, of course, Kalashnikov assault rifles of the so called hundredth series, namely AK-101, AK-102, AK-103, AK-104.

Air defence experts will be attracted to the upgraded Pechora-2M air defence missile system (ADMS). The upgrade has its technical and tactical characteristics notably improved, and enjoys some entirely new capabilities. The system’s engagement envelope has been substantially extended (up to 32 km - in range) and target kill effectiveness increased by replacing vintage components and signal processors with new up-to-date analogues and improving ballistic flight characteristics of the surface-to-air guided missile. The “Pechora-2M” ADMS upgrading programme aims at extending the system’s service life up to 15 years at least.


Pechora-2M AiR defence missile system

In the family of famous air defence weapon systems having high export capacities one will find the Buk-M2E multi-channel medium-range and Tor-M2E short-range air defence missile systems. The two weapon systems are designed to defend vital administrative, military and industrial installations against enemy air attacks, including those with precision-guided munitions, in most demanding operational environment.

“During Defexpo India 2010 we are going to meet and have discussions with our traditional foreign partners in military technical cooperation, as well as with new potential customers willing to buy Russian-made weapons and military equipment”, noted Victor Komardin. - We are confident that this display of weapons and military equipment for Land Forces and Navy will open up a new phase of Russia’s mutually advantageous cooperation with India and other states in the region.”

 

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