BVP M-80AB1 modernized version BVP-M80 IFV Yugoimport Serbia Partner 2017 11507173

 
Partner 2017 Online Show Daily News coverage report Web TV Television International fair of armament and military equipment defense exhibition Belgrade Serbia Serbian army
 
Army Recognition Online show Daily News and Web TV
Partner 2017
International Fair of Armament and Defense Equipment

27 - 30 June 2017
Belgrade, Serbia
 
BVP M-80AB1 IFV at Partner 2017
 
 
Serbia Yugoimport BVP M-80AB1 new modernized version of BVP M-80A IFV tracked armoured.
Serbian Defense Company Yugoimport presents modernized version of BVP M-80 A tracked IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle) under the name of BVP M-80AB1 at Partner 2017, the defense exhibition in Serbia. The BVP M80 was seen for the first time in 1975 and was followed by a modernized version named BVP M-80A in 1984.
     
Serbian Defense Company Yugoimport presents modernized version of BVP M-80 A tracked IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle) under the name of BVP M-80AB1 at Partner 2017, the defense exhibition in Serbia. The BVP M80 was seen for the first time in 1975 and was followed by a modernized version named BVP M-80A in 1984.
Yugoimport BVP M-80AB1 tracked armoured IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle) at Partner 2017, defense exhibition in Serbia.
     
The BVP M-80AB1 is a tracked infantry fighting vehicle that includes man new improvements compared from the previous version of the BVP M-80 family. The overall design of the BVP M-80AB1 is similar to the standard BVP M-80. The driver is located at the front of the hull on the left with the engine to its right, a one-man turret is to the rear of the engine compartment and the troop compartment is at the rear of the vehicle and the infantrymen enter and leave by two doors in the rear of the hull.
 

The BVP M-80AB1 is fitted with a one-man turret armed with 30mm automatic cannon which can fire on the move, the BVP M-80A was armed with a 20mm cannon. There is one 7.62m coaxial machine mounted on the top of the turret. Two launchers for anti-tank guided missile Maljutka 2T-5 are mounted to the right side of the turret. The missile has a maximum firing range of 5,000 m.

New improvements of the BVP-M80AB1 include new firing control system with day and day capabilities at a maximum range of 2,000m. The system also integrates multi-channel day/night gunner's sighting and observation devices.
     
Serbian Defense Company Yugoimport presents modernized version of BVP M-80 A tracked IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle) under the name of BVP M-80AB1 at Partner 2017, the defense exhibition in Serbia. The BVP M80 was seen for the first time in 1975 and was followed by a modernized version named BVP M-80A in 1984.
Rear view of BVP-M80AB1 tracked armoured IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle)
     
The turret is also modernized including new electro-mechanical movement system in elevation and azimuth that can be traversed through a full 360º.
 
The BVP M-80AB1 is upgraded with a new additional armour mounted on the hull and turret which provides ballistic protection against modern armour piercing ammunitions at the front against 30mm caliber, on side against 14.5mm caliber and at the back against 7.62mm caliber small weapons.
     
The one-man turret of the BVP-M80AB1 is armed with one 30mm automatic cannon, one 7.62mm coaxial machine gun and two launchers for anti-tank guided missile Maljutka 2T-5.
The one-man turret of the BVP-M80AB1 is armed with one 30mm automatic cannon, one 7.62mm coaxial machine gun and two launchers for anti-tank guided missile Maljutka 2T-5.
 

 

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