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The Czech Republic has ordered new machines for radiochemical and bacteriological protection based on Iveco

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For its armed forces, the Czech Republic ordered new machines for radiochemical and bacteriological protection based on Iveco. In total, it is planned to supply 80 special armored vehicles.


This was reported by the press service of the Czech Ministry of Defense.

The supply of special vehicles for radiochemical and bacteriological protection (RHBZ) is carried out by the Czech Military Research Institute.

Special vehicles are equipped with various detection methods and dosimeters, as well as a robot that allows the crew to work safely from the inside of the vehicle.

The order is also reported on the official Twitter of the Army of the Czech Republic.

We are modernizing! These are machines for our chemists. They are loaded with detection systems. The car also has a robot that you control safely from the cab. He walks up to a dangerous sample, sniffs it, and sends the results to a machine remotely.

- said in a statement.

Last fall, the Czech Defense Ministry signed an agreement to replace the Soviet UAZ-469 SUVs and British Land Rover Defenders with the new Toyota Hilux in the Armed Forces. In total, it is planned to purchase 1200 of these vehicles.
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Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic
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  1. rocket757
    rocket757 15 May 2021 16: 49
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    The Czech Republic has ordered new machines for radiochemical and bacteriological protection based on Iveco
    Fear your DESIRE !!!
    1. Tatyana
      Tatyana 15 May 2021 17: 06
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      Last fall, the Czech Defense Ministry signed an agreement to replace the Soviet UAZ-469 SUVs and British Land Rover Defenders with the new Toyota Hilux in the Armed Forces. In total, it is planned to purchase 1200 of these vehicles.

      Why are there suddenly so many? Is the Czech Republic preparing for war as part of NATO?

      And to whom will the decommissioned cars be sold? Through Bulgaria to Ukraine and ISIS to Syria?
      And the Czech military traders will again sweep up the stolen shortage of cars by setting fires to garages ?!
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 15 May 2021 17: 16
        +3
        The costs are not so high, but one can loudly declare about the modernization of the aircraft.
        By the way, the decommissioned equipment will find its customers !!! Universal, and in many places it is exploited!
      2. Lara Croft
        Lara Croft 15 May 2021 17: 20
        +4
        Quote: Tatiana
        Is the Czech Republic preparing for war as part of NATO?

        Weird question. If the Czech Republic is a NATO member state, then in which bloc should it prepare for war? CSTO?
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 15 May 2021 17: 28
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          The Czech Republic, even without NATO, has demonstrated its AGGRESSIVE Russophobic zeal against Russia perfectly in the history of WWI and WWII and is now demonstrating it!
      3. pytar
        pytar 15 May 2021 19: 32
        +1
        on the replacement in the Armed Forces of the Soviet off-road vehicles UAZ-469 and the British Land Rover Defender with the new Toyota Hilux. In total, it is planned to purchase 1200 such cars.

        Why are there suddenly so many? Is the Czech Republic preparing for war as part of NATO?

        Currently in the fleet of the Czech army 2300 UAZ vehicles. I don't know how many Defenders they have, but probably a lot too. Obviously, the total number of equipment is decreasing significantly, so that the Czech Republic is clearly not preparing for war. The main reason for the replacement is the problem with the worst fuel efficiency of UAZ-ikas. By the way, the new Toyota Hilux will be manufactured at the Glamex factories in Poland.
      4. d1975
        d1975 15 May 2021 23: 38
        +1
        These units have always been combat-ready Czechs since the times of the Department of Internal Affairs. If memory serves, one battalion of military chemists took part in Operation Desert Storm.
  2. out of habit
    out of habit 15 May 2021 17: 01
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    What is the sample of what the robot is sniffing?
    1. Lara Croft
      Lara Croft 15 May 2021 17: 33
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      Quote: out of habit
      What is the sample of what the robot is sniffing?

      Here it stuck. He sniffs everything, probably the presence of another robot ...
      1. DymOk_v_dYmke
        DymOk_v_dYmke 15 May 2021 22: 26
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        Quote: Lara Croft
        He sniffs and that's all, probably the presence of another robot ...

        ... and then urinates on the spot where the other robot did it earlier. hi
        1. tTshka
          tTshka 15 May 2021 23: 21
          +1
          This is some kind of robot dog laughing
  3. Ruslan Sulima
    Ruslan Sulima 15 May 2021 18: 06
    -3
    How to exchange unnecessary bullshit for something useful?
    Obviously, in order to buy something you need, you have to sell something you don't need)
    Business is booming - I have DANU, Iveco-based equipment for myself ..
  4. awg75
    awg75 15 May 2021 19: 29
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    An absolutely correct decision. Petrov and Bashirov are already circling around the Czech Republic, at any time they will cross the border with full string bags "Novichok".
  5. iouris
    iouris 15 May 2021 23: 06
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    What is this talking about? They disarmed themselves.
  6. tTshka
    tTshka 15 May 2021 23: 11
    +1
    Czechs, you can’t hide from a newbie! am