Indo-Defense-2012 Show in Jakarta

An international exhibition of military equipment and weapons, Indo-Defense-2012, opened in Jakarta.
A few photos for a start.

1. BMP-3F Marine Corps Indonesia

Indo-Defense-2012 Show in Jakarta




5. Local development - BMP, IMHO, based on BMP-2

6. French howitzer Caesar from Nexter

7. Another integration of French weapons - twin installation of Mistral MANPADS

8. Local MRLS

9. Rheinmetall offers BMP Marder 1A3

10. and modular modernization of MBT Leopard R1


12. There were also local Air Force helicopters - Eurocopter EC120B - they flew, like, an air show. But there was a haze over the city - nothing particularly happened to photograph.

13. one EC-120 was exposed on static.

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  1. Tirpitz
    13 November 2012 11: 52
    German tank is handsome. And the filling is ultramodern.
    1. +2
      13 November 2012 13: 23
      Well, this is at the exhibition, but what is it like in battle?
    2. borisst64
      13 November 2012 15: 52
      Especially "lured" under the tower is beautiful!
  2. sania1304
    13 November 2012 14: 33
    I'm thinking awesome ...
  3. AK-47
    13 November 2012 16: 07
    And where is the Russian technology?
    1. +1
      13 November 2012 16: 24
      BMP-3F is the Russian development and, accordingly, equipment !!! wassat
  4. bask
    13 November 2012 20: 11
    Well, not soo .... one frustration. The Indonesians mean BMP 3 F in full ,, packing ,,. And for our marines ........... under the nose. We don’t have anyone to arm, only abroad. why don’t you ... Marines without arms can wait until 15-20 years ... And if tomorrow is a war? What will the Marines fight ... back with old stuff ?.
  5. to4kavserdce
    14 November 2012 17: 09
    The cons are immediately visible, the same as the abrams ... it is interesting that they upgraded ??? negative

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