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Belarus introduced a new medium-range air defense system "Buk-MB3K"

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Belarusian gunsmiths at the MILEX 2019 exhibition of weapons and military equipment that opened in Minsk presented a new Buk-MB3K medium-range anti-aircraft missile system. This was reported in the official publication of the exhibition.


Belarus introduced a new medium-range air defense system "Buk-MB3K"

Transport-loading vehicle for Buk-М3


The complex was created at the Belarusian enterprise NPOOO OKB TSP and, in terms of its reconnaissance, fire and maneuverable capabilities, is not inferior to its modern, similar, medium-range air defense system. The price / combat ratio will make it possible to draw the attention of those countries that require high-class military equipment at low prices, according to the explanation to the Buk-MB3K air defense system.


Launcher "Buk-MB3"


The developers claim high reliability and improved performance characteristics of the air defense system, which is capable of detecting and intercepting all types of maneuvering aerodynamic targets from unmanned aerial vehicles to cruise missiles under active fire and electronic countermeasures. The maximum detection range for fighter-type targets is 130 km.

The new ZRK is located on the basis of the Minsk Wheel Tractor, a four-wheel-drive all-wheel-drive chassis “MZKT-69225” with increased load capacity (17,3 thousand kg) and a more powerful diesel 8-cylinder V-shaped engine TMZ-8463.10 with 500 hp. allowing you to travel at speeds up to 60 km / h. At present, the prototype model of the MZKT-692250 chassis has completed running tests as part of preliminary tests and has been handed over for equipment installation. Acceptance tests of the chassis will be conducted during the tests of the BUK-MB air defense system.

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  1. Shuttle
    Shuttle 15 May 2019 10: 48
    +2
    It would be a bit early - Iran would be very useful now. Although it’s not yet evening. drinks
    1. vkl.47
      vkl.47 15 May 2019 11: 06
      0
      Not Iran so the Saudis take.
      1. private person
        private person 15 May 2019 13: 21
        -1
        First of all, Belarusians want to load MAZ orders with orders, because the warhead is still a Russian assembly.
        1. PSih2097
          PSih2097 15 May 2019 15: 26
          0
          Quote: private person
          because the warhead is still a Russian assembly.

          There is something to read about: https://42.tut.by/456528?crnd=87300
          1. private person
            private person 15 May 2019 15: 56
            0
            PSih2097 read thanks for the information. I was confused by the name "Buk", and so well done since they were able to build something new.
        2. Pivot
          Pivot 15 May 2019 20: 13
          -1
          MAZ and MZKT are different companies.
  2. Sergei 777
    Sergei 777 15 May 2019 10: 49
    +7
    The niche of this complex is very foggy. Abroad they will prefer the Russian beech M2 and M3, but to create a complex for yourself? Is the game worth the candle, because the need for Belarus in them is very small.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 15 May 2019 10: 54
      -4
      Well, if they also put it in ruin ... And the need of Belarus cannot be said to be small.
      1. viralig
        viralig 15 May 2019 11: 12
        0
        Yes, and Africa is on the horizon)
    2. Shuttle
      Shuttle 15 May 2019 11: 04
      +2
      Quote: Sergey 777
      The niche of this complex is very foggy. Abroad they will prefer the Russian beech M2 and M3, but to create a complex for yourself? Is the game worth the candle, because the need for Belarus in them is very small.

      Belarus can sell to anyone. Although Ukraine (although why should they?) At least LDNR (but they just really need soldier ) through South Ossetia or Abkhazia, at least LDNR directly. Or maybe send Kim to the country of evergreen, or to Cuba, or to Venezuela, or to Nicaragua. Who will father forbid? He and the Darkest in such matters will also have a partner, but certainly not a pointer. Not to mention all sorts of Donnie there.
      1. Sergei 777
        Sergei 777 15 May 2019 11: 48
        +5
        Belarus does not recognize LDNR and Abkhazia, and the latter have no money.
    3. Grigory_45
      Grigory_45 15 May 2019 11: 46
      +1
      Quote: Sergey 777
      The niche of this complex is very foggy. Abroad they will prefer Russian beech m2 and m3, but to create a complex for themselves?

      by itself, for export. SAM is of interest to countries in Africa, South America and Asia
      1. bessmertniy
        bessmertniy 15 May 2019 11: 58
        +1
        The market is big - it will swallow everything.
    4. bayard
      bayard 15 May 2019 12: 32
      0
      It is impossible to produce this complex without cooperation with the Russian defense industry.
      From the side of Belarus there will be essentially only a chassis. It is of course cheaper than caterpillar.
      And if you do in cooperation, then why not? Together we earn.
      If you put the old / updated complexes on a new chassis and at a similar price ... there will also be buyers. There is renewed demand for C-125 Belarusians - Venezuela has received a large batch, Turkey is interested, other Africa is also not averse. So the Belarusian line will rise for the Buk - air defense is in trend now.
      1. Grigory_45
        Grigory_45 15 May 2019 12: 34
        +4
        Quote: bayard
        From the side of Belarus there will be essentially only a chassis

        You are very mistaken. Belarusians have been doing electronics and optics for a long time. In particular, whose sights are on our armored vehicles? Yeah, they are the most ...
        1. bayard
          bayard 15 May 2019 12: 41
          -1
          Well, it's great if the radars are your own. And the rockets? From Buk-M1?
          But even so, it’s still good. Will anyone buy cheap air defense systems wanting to defend themselves against democracy. And the reserves from the good old-Soviet will not be wasted, everything will go to work - they will serve the joy of people.
      2. Bongo
        Bongo 15 May 2019 14: 00
        +3
        Quote: bayard
        There is a renewed demand for C-125 Belarusians - Venezuela has received a large batch

        Did Venezuela get upgraded C-125 from Belarus? Please share the source of information. Well, about Turkey, I will not even comment ... wassat
        1. bayard
          bayard 15 May 2019 14: 31
          -1
          Well, what Venezuela (S-125) received is a product of Russian-Belarusian cooperation, look at least on the chassis. And not only . And about the fact that Turkey is negotiating the supply of Belarusian S-125, the entire Internet has been blowing in recent weeks.
          Venezuela received 20 divisions, modernized - cheaply and angrily.
          The Turks, too, for the rapid and budgetary creation of their air defense systems, a similar structure - heavy C-400 and medium C-125, may also be suitable. Apparently they are in a hurry.
          Belarusians also want to earn money by upgrading the S-125, which are in service with many countries in Africa, Asia and the BV.
          1. Grigory_45
            Grigory_45 15 May 2019 15: 32
            +2
            Quote: bayard
            And the fact that Turkey is negotiating the supply of Belarusian S-125, the whole Internet blows

            Yes, Turkey does not need either "Pechora" or "Halberd". You misunderstood the news ...
            Quote: bayard
            There is a renewed demand for C-125 Belarusians - Venezuela has received a large batch

            This is when ???? Venezuela acquires Russian air defense systems "Buk-M2" and "Antey-2500"
            1. bayard
              bayard 15 May 2019 18: 38
              +1
              Quote: Gregory_45

              This is when ???? Venezuela acquires Russian air defense systems "Buk-M2" and "Antey-2500"

              The first 11 S-125 divisions were ordered by Venezuela in Russia back in 2009, and already in 2014 four air defense brigades armed with S-125 were equipped. In April 2013, the S-300VM air defense systems were delivered.
              The total number of S-125 air defense systems in the Venezuelan Armed Forces is estimated as 20 divisions.
              If you can’t believe it, then ask yourself Vladimir Padrino Lopez, the general’s chief of the Strategic Operational Command of the Venezuelan Armed Forces. At least in February 2014, it was he who held this position.
          2. Bongo
            Bongo 16 May 2019 10: 56
            +1
            Quote: bayard
            Well, what Venezuela received (C-125) is a product of Russian-Belarusian cooperation, look at least on the chassis

            elements Russian The C-125 Pechora-2M SAM system can be put on any chassis, at least in Japanese, or even in German. But from this complex with radar and guidance system Russian production will not be Russian-Japanese and Russian-German. No.
            In Belarus, NPO Tetrahedr created their own version of modernization, which was also exported, but not to Venezuela.
            Quote: bayard
            The Turks, too, for the rapid and budgetary creation of their air defense systems, a similar structure - heavy C-400 and medium C-125, may also be suitable. Apparently they are in a hurry.

            If you are really an air defense veteran, then you should know when the S-125 ceased to be mass-produced. I remember how 15 years ago, in order to fulfill export orders of a number of Arab countries, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, all C-125M / M1s were raked out at our storage bases for a clean one. Where are you going to get components for modernization and missiles? There are simply no more of them in Russia. And the Turks do not need outdated complexes.
      3. VeteranVSSSR
        VeteranVSSSR 15 May 2019 18: 51
        0
        So how could it be without you, well ...
        1. bayard
          bayard 15 May 2019 19: 13
          0
          Why offensive in cooperation?
          Moreover, I said that
          Quote: VeteranVSSSR
          If you put the old / updated complexes on a new chassis and at a similar price ... there will also be buyers. There is renewed demand for C-125 Belarusians - Venezuela has received a large batch, Turkey is interested, other Africa is also not averse. So the Belarusian line will rise for the Buk - air defense is in trend now.

          Even in a simply updated / modernized form, these complexes are quite good, in Syria it was well demonstrated.
          This I’m telling you as a USSR air defense veteran.
      4. KLM _
        KLM _ 15 May 2019 20: 08
        0
        Maybe without Russian components. The missile, most likely Ukrainian-Kiev State Committee for Design and Construction of the Luch.
    5. Piramidon
      Piramidon 15 May 2019 12: 50
      0
      Quote: Sergey 777
      Abroad prefer Russian beech m2 and m3

      It depends on the price-quality ratio.
  3. Aerodrome
    Aerodrome 15 May 2019 10: 56
    -3
    The new air defense missile system is based on the four-axle all-wheel drive chassis "MZKT-69225" specially created for it by the Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant with an increased payload (17,3 thousand kg) and a more powerful diesel 8-cylinder V-shaped engine TMZ-8463.10 with a capacity of 500 liters. from.
    - this is generally a forest, well, it's just not interesting, I know that the brothers have a base for creating such media and I'm happy for them, as well as for us, that they began to do their own (just in case, it's wise) explain to me about the processors, or "Taiwan" or "Malaysia" and "Indonesia"? Yes, do not shame ... or do not cheat ... just explain. Well I understand sho you have no "silicon valley", that's interesting to me ...))))
    1. 210ox
      210ox 15 May 2019 11: 07
      +2
      In Belarus, they retained their own production. And there were and are factories of the radio-electronic industry. Integral, Gorizont, factories in Brest, Vitebsk. As for the processors ... Most likely Chinese.
      1. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 15 May 2019 11: 11
        -7
        [quote = 210okv] In Belarus, they retained their own production. And there were and are factories of the radio-electronic industry. "Integral", "Horizon", factories in Brest, Vitebsk. About the processors .. [quote]. Most likely Chinese. [[/ quote ] / quote]
        and I for sho .... how
        and motorcycles "Minsk" ... of course they are better than those that in childhood, whose fagots flew out, and started from the pusher ... but it was dear ... OURS. hi(hachuego)
        1. minus
          minus 15 May 2019 11: 24
          +3
          And you look into our equipment ... There, besides China and Asia, it’s difficult to find something of your own .... It feels like boards are also ordered from China .... Textolite has forgotten how to do normal .... So no need for Belarusians drive here .... They pumped technology less than we do ...
      2. minus
        minus 15 May 2019 11: 20
        +2
        Frantically, plus :! The NGO Integral and clones of Western microcircuits did better than ours, and they have their own developments) At least many of the chips are better than Zelenogradsk from Angstrom)
        1. Bypassed
          Bypassed 15 May 2019 11: 33
          +2
          What is, cannot be taken away. By the way, the development of a line of microcircuits commissioned by Russian enterprises continues.
          1. 210ox
            210ox 15 May 2019 12: 51
            +1
            There are not only microcircuits, but also finished products, optics.
        2. bolt
          bolt 15 May 2019 11: 35
          +2
          Quote: Minus
          Frantically, plus :! The NGO Integral and clones of Western microcircuits did better than ours, and they have their own developments) At least many of the chips are better than Zelenogradsk from Angstrom)


          No need to rage. Tell me which ones

          ... many chips are better than Zelenogradsk from Angstrom
        3. viralig
          viralig 15 May 2019 12: 30
          -1
          Yeah, I remember the Japs in the late 90s on Integral wanted to buy a batch of low-level logic, since the number of defective circuits in the party was even lower than theirs. So the leadership decided that it was cheaper to buy in Russia, and there the number of defective microcircuits was much higher. The Japanese as they received the first batch of such microcircuits - they broke off the contract and sent on foot erotic. And the fact that Western clones did well, yes - they bought Western samples in layers and took off masks until they heard it and started making false circuits that they then burned and as a result worked for us, but we don’t have it after copying.
      3. maximum 8
        maximum 8 15 May 2019 11: 24
        0
        Quote: 210ox
        In Belarus, they retained their own production. And there were and are factories of the radio-electronic industry. Integral, Gorizont, factories in Brest, Vitebsk. As for the processors ... Most likely Chinese.

        The most interesting thing is the real performance characteristics of the complex. Closer to Buk-m3 or Buk-m2? Well, who’s interested in their own missiles, their original ones (in the picture are similar to missiles from the Cuban air defense system) or the modernized heritage of the USSR? After all, Belarus in Soviet times did not have its own missiles to the air defense system produced.
        1. Grigory_45
          Grigory_45 15 May 2019 15: 25
          +1
          Quote: maximum 8
          in the picture similar to missiles from the air defense system Cube

          What are you?)))
          look at the cube


          and beech


          Quote: maximum 8
          The most interesting is the real performance characteristics of the complex. Closer to Buk-m3 or Buk-m2

          To M2, of course. Buk-M3 - quite a cardinal modernization of air defense systems, with a new radar and missiles
        2. KLM _
          KLM _ 15 May 2019 20: 10
          0
          The missiles are most likely Ukrainian-Kiev State KKB Luch, they may have bought, they may have been riveted under license. The Russian Federation would not have sold, this modernization is a direct competitor to the Russian one.
    2. Eugenalt
      Eugenalt 15 May 2019 11: 14
      +4
      Not well, then there are some "Elbrus". For military purposes, for example, a quite adequate processor. Another thing is that it is actually produced using Russian technologies in Asia Minor. And this is not a question of politics, but of banal economy, because the production of stones, the cheaper the mass is ... very much cheaper. In the United States, the approach is exactly the same. It is the topology and algorithms of the processor that is its main technological value, and our country has this for itself. And the technology of printing stones is not something unique.
  4. Bypassed
    Bypassed 15 May 2019 11: 29
    +2
    If you search on Belarusian websites, there are many messages from both the head of state and military leaders about the creation in Belarus of their own direction in rocketry. While words and deeds do not disagree. The Polonaise already exists, the technology for the production of its solid fuel has been developed, we have our own guidance systems, we will probably see our Beech at the parade. We are waiting for "Stork". Come white-winged!
  5. loki565
    loki565 15 May 2019 11: 42
    -1
    So it seems that we also do something similar, the pictures have been walking for a long time.

    1. Grigory_45
      Grigory_45 15 May 2019 12: 31
      +2
      Quote: loki565
      So it’s like we’re doing something similar, the pictures have been walking for a long time

      in your photo is an export version of Buk-M2 on the MZKT-69221 chassis. The chassis is different, instead of the tracked - wheeled Belarusian
  6. Grigory_45
    Grigory_45 15 May 2019 11: 45
    0
    Belarus introduced a new medium-range air defense system "Buk-MB3K"

    seems to be. further development on the topic of Buk-MB, which Belarusians showed the year in 2005. It must be assumed that the ideology of modernization of the complex is the same: the air defense system received a number of new electronic equipment built on a modern electronic base, which made it possible to increase the characteristics of electronic systems (in terms of the number of targets followed) ), increase noise immunity, improve the ergonomics of crew workstations, and equip the complex with a new data exchange system with a command post. Missiles remained the same.
  7. Marat79
    Marat79 15 May 2019 23: 55
    -2
    It would be better if they entered the military-industrial complex of large Russia