Belarus Company Minotor-Service Unveils the VITIM Multi-Purpose Amphibious Armoured Vehicle

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2 - 5 November 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia
VITIM at Indodefence 2016
Belarus Company Minotor-Service Unveils the VITIM Multi-Purpose Amphibious Armoured Vehicle
At Indodefence 2016, the International Tri-Service Defence Expo & Forum held from 2 – 5 November in Jakarta, Indonesia, Minotor-Service from Belarus unveiled the VITIM multi-purpose amphibious armoured vehicle.
FNSS Pindad MMWT Indodefence VITIM 4x4 multi-purpose amphibious vehicle scale model at Indodefence 2016
The vehicle is designed for reconnaissance missions, escorting and guarding convoys, patrol, fire support, for special operations conducted by police and internal security forces, for crew protection. It can be used as an assault vehicle or as a transport platform for light firearms and missile weapons, communications and other defense systems.

The vehicle is designed to be operated at ambient air temperatures ranging from -50C to +50C and relative humidity up to 100% at temperatur up to +25C. It is adapted for operation in regions located at altitudes of up to 3000 m above sea level and is capable of negotiating water obstacles at a speed of 5 Km/h (after preparation which takes less than 10 minutes).

The armored monocoque hull provides a perimeter protection of the crew against 7.62mm AKM bullets from 10 m distance at firing angles of 360° in azimuth and 0 to 30° in elevation; the hull protects the crew against under-bottom blast of F-1 or RGO hand grenades and against detonation of plastic explosive devices containing 0.5Kg TNT equivalent.

A 6x6 variant of the vehicle exists, called VITIM 668240.





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