Russia's advanced 2S19M2 self-propelled howitzer highlighted at RAE 2015 21009154

 
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RAE 2015 Russian Arms Expo
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International Exhibition of Arms and Military Equipment

9 - 12 September 2015
Nizhny Tagil, Russia
 
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Russia's advanced 2S19M2 self-propelled howitzer highlighted at RAE 2015
Entered in service in Russia's Armed Forces in 2013, the 2S19 M2 152 mm self-propelled howitzer is a new upgraded howitzer with enhanced performance characteristics and improved operational parameters. Highlighted on static display, the 2S19M2 is also performing an impressive live firing demonstration at Russian Arms Expo 2015.
     
Entered in service in Russia's Armed Forces in 2013, the 2S19 M2 152 mm self-propelled howitzer is a new upgraded howitzer with enhanced performance characteristics and improved operational parameters. Highlighted on static display, the 2S19M2 is also performing an impressive live firing demonstration at Russian Arms Expo 2015. Russia's modernized 2S19M2 tracked self-propelled howitzer presented at RAE 2015
     
The new artillery self-propelled howitzer 2S19M2 "MSTA-S" has received several modifications compare to the previous version. The new version is equipped with a new automatic fire control system which increases the rate of fire up to 10 rpm. It includes automated unsighted gun laying and its restoration after each shooting. The "simultaneous fire attack" is a mode for simultaneous target hitting with several shells fired from one gun.

Digital electronic maps are now available which significantly speeds up the terrain orientation in difficult geographical conditions and allows performing faster and more efficiently firing missions.

To reduce its visibility, the new 2S19M2 uses a set of camouflage system to reduce the thermal heat of the vehicle and increase protection against radar, thermal and optical detection of more than 1.5 times, thereby reducing the effectiveness of high-precision weapons.

     
Entered in service in Russia's Armed Forces in 2013, the 2S19 M2 152 mm self-propelled howitzer is a new upgraded howitzer with enhanced performance characteristics and improved operational parameters. Highlighted on static display, the 2S19M2 is also performing an impressive live firing demonstration at Russian Arms Expo 2015. Russia's modernized 2S19M2 tracked self-propelled howitzers performing live-firing demonstration at RAE 2015
     
The upgraded 2S19M2 is also equipped with programmable complex of loading control KUMZ, and the upgraded system of laying and fire control dubbed ASUNO-M.

Crew comfort has been rethought as well, with an automated tank driver seat ARMV, a feeding and air conditioning unit AP18DM and a new Nakidka "cloak" set

The 2S19M2 self-propelled howitzer has a combat mass of 43.24 tons and is operated by a crew of 5 soldiers.

The 152 mm 2S19 MSTA-S self-propelled howitzer is designed to defeat unsheltered and covered manpower, weapons and materiel to division level. The 2S19 was accepted for service with the former Soviet Army in 1989.

The standard 2S19 can fire at a maximum range of 25 km with standard HE-FRAG projectile and 28.9 with rocket-assisted projectile. This artillery system is also able to fire Krasnopol and Krasnopol-M precision guided munitions, hitting screened point targets at a range of 20 km maximum.

 

 

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