Rosoboronexport at DSA 2012 with latest military technologies for Air Land and Navy Forces 2004124

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DSA 2012 Official Online Show Daily News
The 13Th Defence Services Asia
Kuala Lumpur
, Malaysia
16 - 19 April 2012
 
Rosoboronexport at DSA 2012
 
 
Friday, April 20, 2012, 08:20 PM
 
Rosoboronexport at DSA 2012 with latest military technologies for Air, Land and Navy Forces.
Rosoboronexport’s traditional partners in the Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia regions have long been operating Russian combat aircraft. Air Force equipment accounts for over 51 percent of the Company’s export deliveries. Nowadays Rosoboronexport promotes Su-, MiG- and Yak-family Russian aircraft in the region, which have high export potential. The Yak-130 modern combat trainer will certainly arouse interest among potential customers.
     

Rosoboronexport’s traditional partners in the Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia regions have long been operating Russian combat aircraft. Air Force equipment accounts for over 51 percent of the Company’s export deliveries. Nowadays Rosoboronexport promotes Su-, MiG- and Yak-family Russian aircraft in the region, which have high export potential. The Yak-130 modern combat trainer will certainly arouse interest among potential customers
Russian Yak-130 combat trainer

     

The aircraft successfully passed the official tests and has been in service with the Russian Air Force since 2010, where it showed itself at its best. Its production currently continues. Owing to its high training, technical and fighting performance and operational efficiency, the Yak-130 has entered the global arms market, and several export delivery contracts for these aircraft have already been signed to date.

There are quite a few countries on the world map today wherever Russian helicopters were used. At the exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, professionals will find information about the Mi-171Sh military transport helicopter, Mi-35M attack/transport helicopter, Ka-52 reconnaissance/attack helicopter, Ka-31 radar picket helicopter, and the Mi-26T2 heavy transport helicopter.

As a major maritime power (with the length of the sea and ocean boundaries alone making up almost 39,000 km), Russia has modern naval forces. Naval products are represented at the Rosoboronexport booth by the materials on the Project 636 Kilo-class diesel-electric submarine, Amur-1650 fourth-generation submarine, small coastal submarines, Project 11661 Gepard-3.9 and Project 22356 frigates, Project 20382 Tigr corvette, Project 12322 Zubr air-cushion landing ship, and maritime situational awareness facilities.

Russia is one of the largest exporters of the modern boats for various purposes. Rosoboronexport delegation members will provide the participants and guests of DSA 2012 with the unique characteristics of the Project 12418 Molniya missile boat, Project 14310 Mirazh and Project 12150 Mangust fast patrol craft, and the Murena-E air-cushion landing craft.

The lineup of Army equipment, which Rosoboronexport will display at DSA 2012, looks impressive. It includes the T-90S missile/gun tank, BMP-3M infantry fighting vehicle, BTR-80 and BTR-80A armored personnel carriers, Smerch multiple rocket launcher system, Kornet-E and Metis-M1 ATGM systems, as well as other modern weaponry.

For example, the BTR-80 is an amphibious combat vehicle designed to carry units and provide fire support in combat. The BTR-80 is in service with land forces in more than 35 countries and has proven itself excellently during peacekeeping operations.

     
The upgraded BMP-3M agile IFV will surely catch the attention of specialists. Its new digital ballistic computer and thermal sighting system with automatic target tracker have drastically improved the operational effectiveness of the armaments consisting of a 100mm smoothbore gun/launcher, a 30mm automatic cannon and a 7.62mm machine gun mounted in a single stabilized weapons module.
Russian armoured infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3M
     
The upgraded BMP-3M agile IFV will surely catch the attention of specialists. Its new digital ballistic computer and thermal sighting system with automatic target tracker have drastically improved the operational effectiveness of the armaments consisting of a 100mm smoothbore gun/launcher, a 30mm automatic cannon and a 7.62mm machine gun mounted in a single stabilized weapons module.

The participants and visitors will be able to get a comprehensive idea of the modern T-90S missile/gun MBT. It features small dimensions and weight, a low silhouette, missile and gun armaments, and an explosive reactive armor system. It is one of the best tanks in the world today.

As for the Metis-M1 and Kornet-E ATGM systems designed to engage armored vehicles and fortifications, they have shown excellent performance in all countries that have adopted them. Experts recognize that the Russian developers have attained unique performance of both of the systems by embodying their extensive experience with ATGM systems, together with due regard to their operational use.

The display will also include the improved new-generation Kalashnikov AK-100 series assault rifles (5.56mm and 7.62mm AK-101, AK-102, AK-103, and AK-104), hand-held antitank grenade launchers, sniper rifles, night vision sights and many other models of military hardware based on advanced technologies.

Improving its marketing strategy for the benefit of the partners, Rosoboronexport is ready to transfer technology and establish licensed production of military equipment at customers’ industrial facilities as well as to jointly develop and manufacture advanced defense products. The Company provides services related to customer personnel training, servicing and modernization of previously purchased equipment. The package of proposals includes repair and modernization of foreign-made weapons based on Soviet and Russian equipment and systems.

“DSA is Asia’s largest exhibition of armaments and military equipment for the Land Forces, Air Force, Air Defense Forces, Navy and special forces,” – said head of the Rosoboronexport delegation Viktor Komardin. – “Today, because of the existing external and internal threats, the countries in the region need the most advanced military products and technologies to ensure their security more than ever. We are interested in providing the real and effective assistance to our partners in order to maintain stability in the region and strengthen a reliable multi-polar world."

 

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