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The Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic completed the tests of armored vehicles in the framework of the announced tender

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The Czech Defense Ministry announced the completion of field tests and technical evaluation of five tracked armored vehicles, which began this summer, reports TSAMTO.


The Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic completed the tests of armored vehicles in the framework of the announced tender


According to the military, "all the tested platforms meet the minimum requirements of the Ground Forces of the Czech Armed Forces and can be considered candidates for the replacement of obsolete BMP-1 and BVP-2".

The winner will be announced after the formation of the new government (the Cabinet has not yet been formed, although the elections were held on October 21).

It is reported that the winner will be awarded a contract worth $ 2,2 billion for the supply of 210 armored vehicles in 6 versions: infantry fighting vehicles, command and control vehicles, communication machines, engineering vehicles, BREM and ambulances. The Ministry of Defense plans to receive the first products in 2020 year.

Five tracked armored fighting vehicles of four manufacturers took part in the tests.

“BAE Systems introduced two versions of the BBM CV-90: with a manned turret and a remotely controlled weapon module (DUMV). In addition, the tests were conducted by ASCOD (Austrian-Spanish Cooperation Development) company General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS), BBM "Puma" of the consortium Projekt System and Management GmbH (PSM) and KF31 "Links" of the company Rheinmetal ", - stated in the material .

The publication notes that the Czech military prefer vehicles already adopted by the armed forces of Western countries. Some uncertainty persists with regard to armaments: the Defense Ministry has not yet decided whether the FBM will be equipped with a manned turret or DUMV.
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armstrade.org/ acr.army.cz
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  1. Sofa General
    Sofa General 24 November 2017 14: 44 New
    +1
    RF again no
    1. Samaritan
      Samaritan 24 November 2017 14: 45 New
      +1
      And there is something to consider
      1. Samaritan
        Samaritan 24 November 2017 14: 48 New
        +2
        And Kuranets, handsome, but such a sweetie is needed by ourselves wink :
      2. Asthma
        Asthma 24 November 2017 15: 48 New
        +1
        Damn, if the Terminator replaces one trunk with such ....
    2. verner1967
      verner1967 24 November 2017 16: 45 New
      0
      Quote: Sofa General
      RF again no

      Is the Czech Republic not in NATO?
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii 25 November 2017 09: 44 New
        +6
        And he is on the drum.
    3. Slovak
      Slovak 24 November 2017 17: 15 New
      +2
      The Czech Republic in NATO and the desire to limit kicks to the 5th point of the hosts.
  2. Sergey53
    Sergey53 24 November 2017 14: 48 New
    +3
    This is no longer the Warsaw Pact and they are not waiting for us there.
    1. RL
      RL 24 November 2017 15: 02 New
      +3
      With good deeds, you can buy Russian. But!
      See what and under what conditions they offer. Better take German. Or British. Still ponder. But certainly not ... "there are many of us and mothers are still giving birth"
      And to the question "Kurgan-25 versus cougars." There is a cougar, but we are not going to pay for the development and theft of the Kurgan project.
      1. SOF
        SOF 24 November 2017 15: 20 New
        +3
        Quote: RL
        With good deeds, you can buy Russian

        ... Yes, stop stuffing yourself the price. Since they are so independent, they could have organized a broader tender, but then it would have been possible to
        "we are many and mothers still give birth"
        neighing together. And so - all corny - dance you.
        About
        plundering the Kurgan project
        enlighten us, wretched, in more detail ... Pozhaaaaluystaaaa .... wink
      2. Samaritan
        Samaritan 24 November 2017 15: 32 New
        +3
        Quote: RL
        There is a cougar, but we are not going to pay for the development and theft of the Kurgan project.

        Oh, and you can read more from this place ....
        Tell us about the most up-to-date BVP-M2 SKCZ technologies ...
        WHERE IS HE NOW??? OR BROKEN EVERYTHING ?!

      3. g1v2
        g1v2 24 November 2017 15: 40 New
        +2
        Who will let you buy something Russian? When you join NATO, you undertook to switch to its standards and allow yourself to be milked only by the NATO military industrial complex. Tch buy either German or British or American. If Zeman decides to fund, he can achieve the purchase of something Swedish. The choice is quite limited. You tea is not Turkey. to buy Russian systems. And you ruined yours.wink
        And we have enough money to develop and "steal" the projects of our own armored vehicles. Do not worry . We won’t ask you. hi
      4. kirgiz58
        kirgiz58 24 November 2017 15: 53 New
        +4
        Quote: RL
        Better take German. Or British.

        And it says "the forge of armored vehicles for Adolf", now they themselves are buying from the Germans. laughing tongue
      5. Dart
        Dart 24 November 2017 16: 21 New
        0
        The opinions of all the young European renegades-pah ...
        all comments only slops.
    2. Slovak
      Slovak 24 November 2017 17: 16 New
      0
      Are waiting. That's why they piss
  3. Old26
    Old26 24 November 2017 17: 42 New
    0
    Guys! Forget from the word TOTALLY that someone from the NATO countries will buy armored vehicles created in Russia. The maximum that they can (sometimes through force) afford is the SAM. Everything else is standardization within NATO. And do not dream that someone will buy ours. We do not buy their armor, although some of the systems could well be used with us. Why do you think that we are so "indispensable". that they won’t do without us. We want to participate in such tenders please, but on the condition that we will customize our machines to NATO standards. And at the same time ours should be unequivocally
    1. Better
    2. Cheaper
    3. We must provide a full range of services

    Otherwise - what for they need cars that do not fit the cars of other countries, including and on ammunition. Here we did the MSTU for caliber 155, but it had to be done like this 20-25 years ago, and not now. Now hardly anyone needs it. Those systems that are in service with several countries are buying ...
    1. ProkletyiPirat
      ProkletyiPirat 24 November 2017 20: 37 New
      0
      What is the problem of selling ISTUs to NATO countries?
      by self-propelled guns:
      1) we make a 155mm gun, from our 152mm wok it will differ only in caliber and rifling; all other nodes will be the same
      2) we mount the shots in the automatic loader under the 155mm caliber, only the other holder is there, the other nodes are
      3) make tables for our cannon and NATO shells, and add these tables to the on-board computer.
      We sell to NATO countries our revenge of 155mm and / or to third countries using NATO ammunition. What is the problem then? well, yes, the problem is that SOMETHING does not want to make a gun with standardized external mounts for self-propelled guns, SOMETHING does not want to make AZ with multi-caliber mounts of shots, SOMETHING does not want to open access to the setup-firmware of the JMA, and t .d. etc. But everyone says "you have NATO, but we do not"
  4. Old26
    Old26 24 November 2017 20: 41 New
    0
    Quote: ProkletyiPirat
    What is the problem of selling ISTUs to NATO countries?
    by self-propelled guns:
    1) we make a 155mm gun, from our 152mm wok it will differ only in caliber and rifling; all other nodes will be the same
    2) we mount the shots in the automatic loader under the 155mm caliber, only the other holder is there, the other nodes are
    3) make tables for our cannon and NATO shells, and add these tables to the on-board computer.
    We sell to NATO countries our revenge of 155mm and / or to third countries using NATO ammunition. What is the problem then? well, yes, the problem is that SOMETHING does not want to make a gun with standardized external mounts for self-propelled guns, SOMETHING does not want to make AZ with multi-caliber mounts of shots, SOMETHING does not want to open access to the setup-firmware of the JMA, and t .d. etc. But everyone says "you have NATO, but we do not"

    There is no problem redoing. It already has 155 caliber. But no one takes it from the NATO countries. As for everything else (artillery piece) there is also a running gear - and it’s not the same as theirs. As a result, self-propelled guns did, but it is not in demand. For usually they buy what is in service with at least one or two countries. And MSTA-155 is not in service with anyone.