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BAE Systems supplied the first CV90 STING armored vehicle to the Norwegian Army

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Recently, BAE Systems Hägglunds delivered the first CV90 “STING” armored vehicle to Norway. Demonstration of the product took place at the company's factory in Sweden, the magazine said Army-guide.



“STING” is an engineering version of the Swedish CV90, is the latest development in this family of armored vehicles.

«We work very closely with BAE Systems Hägglunds for 26 months to complete a comprehensive contract., Said Col. Ragnar Vennevik, program manager for the Norwegian Defense Supply Organization. - Over the past six months, BAE Systems timely delivered two of the five planned options for CV90 Norwegian fleet. ”

In June, the company received an order from 2012 from the Norwegian Army for the modernization and supply of 144 machines of the CV90 family. The very first of this order was delivered to the CV90 IFV as an infantry fighting vehicle (February 2014).

According to the publication, according to the contract, “BAE Systems” will supply “five variants of vehicles to Norway, including 74 BMP, 21 reconnaissance, 15 commander, 16 engineering, 16 multipurpose and 2 training machines for drivers”.

Multi-purpose machines, among other things, can be used as a self-propelled mortar, as well as "for the purposes of logistics," indicated on the site.

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  1. Bayonet
    Bayonet 16 September 2014 20: 06
    +3
    Brevity is the sister of talent, but not in this case. I would like to get acquainted with a more detailed description of this machine.
    1. Smirnov Vadim
      Smirnov Vadim 16 September 2014 20: 18
      +1
      This is just news.
    2. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 September 2014 20: 49
      +7
      Rutting mine trawl or blade, remote clearance arm, 12.7 mm + 40 mm automatic combat module grenade launcher. Crew 3 people, landing 5 sappers
      1. cosmos111
        cosmos111 16 September 2014 21: 07
        +2
        Quote: Spade
        Rutting mine trawl or blade, remote clearance arm, 12.7 mm + 40 mm automatic combat module grenade launcher. Crew 3 people, landing 5 sappers

        and most importantly, the main chassis, on which it will all be, is mounted ...
        we are waiting for "Kurganets -25" but it will not be until 20-25 ...

        why they don’t use GSh GM-123 ... no worse than the Swedish CV-90 ... if you upgrade !!!

        GMZ-Z, ON THE GM-123 CHASSIS, put .. a track mine trawl, DUBM with 12,7 "KORD" .AGS-40mm grenade launcher, CREW JUST 3-PERSON ...
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 16 September 2014 21: 11
          +1
          Quote: cosmos111
          why they don’t use GSh GM-123 ... no worse than the Swedish CV-90 ... if you upgrade !!!

          In order not to create problems for BT service.
          1. cosmos111
            cosmos111 16 September 2014 21: 22
            +2
            Quote: Spade
            In order not to create problems for BT service.

            I don’t understand ???

            they have GS-90 ...
            According to the publication, according to the contract, “BAE Systems” will supply “five variants of vehicles to Norway, including 74 BMP, 21 reconnaissance, 15 commander, 16 engineering, 16 multipurpose and 2 training machines for drivers”.

            we, we, on a single, front-facing MTO, GSH, of all of the above ZZZZZ0000
            BT service, had to grip teeth in this multi-purpose chassis, but for some reason this is not request
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 16 September 2014 21: 33
              +1
              In motorized rifle brigades on these chassis only 2С3. Which of the troops are gradually withdrawn with the replacement of 2C19. And that’s it.
              1. cosmos111
                cosmos111 16 September 2014 21: 49
                0
                Quote: Spade
                only 2С3 ..... 2С19.


                GSH for self-propelled guns is a bit wrong ...

                I write on the performance characteristics of GM-123 is not much worse than Swedish .... EXACTLY AS MULTI-PURPOSE GW CHASSIS FOR BMP, BTR, BEFORE EVERYTHING BUT I.TD ... (((excluding electronic filling BM)))
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 17 September 2014 01: 20
      +1
      The rebels of Novorosiya would try such a machine through the Ukrainian "Voentorg". There would be something to talk about laughing essentially.
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 16 September 2014 20: 23
    +3
    As I understand it, the STING option is made on the basis of this machine.

    Description (CV9040 Infantry Fighting Vehicle)
    The body of the BM90 CV200 has an all-welded construction made of armored steel. The driver sits in front of the left, the power plant is to the right of him, the tower is in the center, with a shift of XNUMX mm to the left, and the airborne compartment is located in the rear of the hull.

    CV90 level of protection data is closed, but frontal arc armor probably provides protection against damage with at least 23 mm shells. The plates of the frontal and side walls of the hull have a good slope and the ability to install additional armor, if required by the user.

    According to the manufacturer, the CV90's survivability in battle is also enhanced due to its low profile and compact size, minimal signature in the radar and infrared ranges, low noise level and reduced vulnerability to electromagnetic impulse. The sleek exterior of the CV90 makes the machine more suitable for decontamination.

    The driver’s compartment is well thought out and, as a rule, the driver enters and exits through the integral manhole cover above his seat, which is hinged on the left. There are three integral periscopes for daytime driving with the sunroof closed. The central monitoring device can be replaced by a passive periscope for night-time driving.

    The driver has a fully adjustable seat and controls the machine with the steering wheel, rather than levers. Since the transmission is fully automatic, driver fatigue and training time are significantly reduced.

    The power plant consists of a 14 hp HP Scania DI 8 V-550 diesel engine that is coupled to Perkins Engines X-300-5N transmission - a fully automatic torque converter with lock-up clutch that provides a total of four forward gears and two back. The engine has the ability to boost to provide power up to 600 horsepower. The latest CV9030s have a Scania D116 V-8 four-stroke diesel engine with a power of 680 hp, which is aggregated with a fully automatic transmission Perkins Engines X-300-8.

    The roof of the engine compartment can be quickly opened to provide access inside. To keep the CV90 profile as low as possible, radiators are located on the right side of the chassis. The engine compartment is equipped with a fire alarm and fire extinguishing system as standard.




    Designation:
    CV90

    Info
    Manufacturer: BAE Systems Land Systems Hagglunds AB
    Type: Armored
    Name: Reconnaissance Vehicle

    Type in google find more detailed information.
    1. Drunya
      Drunya 16 September 2014 21: 21
      +1
      90 CV

      CV 9040 with ammunition demonstration
  3. StolzSS
    StolzSS 16 September 2014 20: 49
    +1
    Norgs are arming) Apparently they are afraid after embarrassment in the exercises)))
  4. Tyumen
    Tyumen 16 September 2014 21: 03
    +1
    Cool bulldozer.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 September 2014 21: 09
      +1
      There is no bulldozer. The blade is designed exclusively for removing min. For example, with remote mining.
      1. cosmos111
        cosmos111 16 September 2014 22: 44
        0
        Quote: Spade
        The blade is designed exclusively for removing mines

        the idea, one might say, is not new ...
        Quote: Tyumen
        Cool bulldozer.

        and not a bulldozer at all ....
        CASSPIR MkII
        1. Alexstalker
          Alexstalker 17 September 2014 00: 06
          0
          does not take mines! probably forgot the USSR system !? I saw it in the KDVO! Although he served in special communications and where he saw a lot. The topic is not for conversation
  5. Drunya
    Drunya 16 September 2014 21: 08
    +1
    BAE Systems - Products
    do not scold for the translation - Google translated
    BAE Systems - CV90 Armadillo Armored Personnel Carrier Delivered For Danish Army Trials
    (BAE Systems - CV90 Armadillo Armored Personnel Supplied For Danish Military Tests)
    BAE Systems - M777 155mm Lightweight Field Howitzer Portee System

    BAE Systems - RG35 with a family of mine protection

    BAE Systems - Terrier® Combat Armored Car Engineer


  6. Drunya
    Drunya 16 September 2014 21: 17
    -1
    Inside BAE Systems - Our new global video

    BAE Systems Electromagnetic Railgun at Sea Air Space 2014
  7. Alexstalker
    Alexstalker 17 September 2014 00: 01
    -2
    These are cans
    1. corporal
      corporal 17 September 2014 00: 51
      +2
      What is not a tin can in your concept? Horse-drawn wagon?
  8. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 17 September 2014 17: 43
    0
    Well this was a Swedish tank ... Which without a tower ...