Live demonstration with Czech and Slovak army combat vehicles on the Arena of IDET 2015 20051521

 
 
IDET 2015
Official Online Show Daily News and Official Web TV
International Defence & Security Technologies Fair
19 - 21 May 2015
Brno, Czech Republic
 
Army Recognition at IDET 2015
 
 
Live demonstration with Czech and Slovak army combat vehicles on the Arena of IDET 2015.
At IDET 2015, the International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies, Czech and Slovak armed forces presents a full range of combat vehicles during a live demonstration on Arena track test area.
     
     

Since many years Slovak and Czech Army use the LMV (Light Armoured Vehicle) produced by Italian Company but fitted with different type of weapons. The Czech Army uses the LMV IVECO fitted with a Kongsberg remote weapon station Protector M151A2 armed with a 12.7mm.

The LMV Iveco has been deployed in Afghanistan and has safe live of soldiers after ballistic and IED attacks.
     
At IDET 2015, the International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies, Czech and Slovak armed forces presents a full range of combat vehicles during a live demonstration on Arena track test area. LMV Iveco of Czech Army during live demonstration in the Arena of IDET 2015.
     
The LMV Iveco uses by Slovak Army is configured with an open-top turret armed with a Soviet-made 12.7mm, the rear part of the turret is fitted with a Soviet-made anti-tank weapon AT-4, with one missile ready to fire. Three more missiles are stored on the roof of the vehicle.

The Soviet-made AT-4/SPIGOT is a tube-launched, semiautomatic command-to-line-of-sight (SACLOS), antitank guided missile system with a HEAT warhead. The system can engage moving targets, provided that they are travelling at less than 60 km/h with an effective firing range from 70 to 2,500 m.
     
At IDET 2015, the International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies, Czech and Slovak armed forces presents a full range of combat vehicles during a live demonstration on Arena track test area. LMV Iveco of Slovak Army during live demonstration in the Arena of IDET 2015.
     
The Czech Army is also equipped with Dingo 2 APC designed and manufactured by the German Company KMW Krauss-Maffei Wegmann.

The vehicle features high mine resistance and endurance with good protection against small arms bullets. Dingo 2 CZ is armed with 7.62 mm machine gun controlled from the cabin. Besides a driver, it can accommodate five soldiers of the team. The Czech military have been using these vehicles in ISAF operation in Afghanistan since 2008.
     
At IDET 2015, the International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies, Czech and Slovak armed forces presents a full range of combat vehicles during a live demonstration on Arena track test area. Dingo 2 of Czech Army during live demonstration in the Arena of IDET 2015.
     
Another vehicle shows during the live demonstration was the Pandur II fitted with an Israeli remote weapon station Samson MkI armed with one 30mm automatic cannon and one 7.62mm coaxial machine gun from Belgian Company FN Herstal.

The Pandur II provides protection against 7.62mm armour piercing rounds. Add-on armour protects against 14.5mm armour piercing shells at 100m. Spall liners and additional armour protection against landmines can be fitted as an option.
     
At IDET 2015, the International Exhibition of Defence and Security Technologies, Czech and Slovak armed forces presents a full range of combat vehicles during a live demonstration on Arena track test area. Pandur II of Czech Army during live demonstration in the Arena of IDET 2015.
 

 

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