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UAE purchased Georgian combat modules

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The former director general of the military-scientific technical center “Delta” of the Georgian Defense Ministry, Uchi Dzodzuashvili, told local media about the purchase by the UAE military department of the Georgian remote-controlled modules DRWS-2.



According to Dzodzuashvili, “a confidential agreement on the purchase of combat modules was signed by the parties 15 in March 2016, its total value amounted to 67 million lari (about 32 million dollars)”. The first batch of $ 11 million must be shipped in May.

According to the blog bmpd “The remote-controlled DRWS-2 combat module was developed by Delta SEC for installation on the well-known Georgian tracked infantry fighting vehicle Lazika, created in the same center, the first prototype of which with this combat module was demonstrated at the beginning of 2012 of the year.”



“The DRWS-2 module is equipped with a 23mm 2A14 automatic gun (apparently of Bulgarian manufacture) and tank machine gun PKT 7,62 mm caliber. The module uses a round-the-clock fire control system, including the installation of a television camera (South Korean EB-363P or Chinese GuidiR IR 22107). The possibility of integration into the module of additional weapons (ATGM, RPG, MANPADS or unguided rocket launchers). The stabilization of the module is apparently absent, ”the blogger comments.

For installation on which machines the Emirates purchased these modules, it is not clear.



Photos used:
Shota Sabauri / scout-thedeaddistrict.blogspot.com
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  1. avvg
    avvg 10 June 2016 12: 29
    +6
    Can they really produce military equipment?
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    2. RUSS
      RUSS 10 June 2016 12: 31
      +5
      Quote: avvg
      Can they really produce military equipment?

      The legacy of the Soviet past.
      1. cap
        cap 10 June 2016 12: 49
        +13
        Quote: RUSS
        Quote: avvg
        Can they really produce military equipment?

        The legacy of the Soviet past.


        Before the collapse of the USSR, even diesel locomotives VL-100 were produced, which are still in operation,
        -tank repair plant,
        - a plant for the manufacture and repair of Sukhoi aircraft with an airfield in Vaziani (now there is a NATO training base there),
        - Mechanical Plant,
        -Association of 60 years of October (electronics for the Navy) it included 3 factories and research institutes of electronic industry,
        and much more, and this is only in the capital of Tbilisi.
        From the loss of cooperation within the Union and the emigration of Russian-speaking cadres, Georgia lost a lot of what, and what we found from the press reports.
        Lost Abkhazia and South Ossetia got the teeth from Russia.
        In general, it has been developing since Gamsakhurdia and to this day dreaming of becoming "civilized" as well as Ukraine, in every possible way pleasing overseas patrons with a striped flag.
        That something like this.
        1. 406ppm2gv
          406ppm2gv 10 June 2016 14: 56
          +4
          diesel locomotives VL-100 - not diesel locomotives, DC electric locomotives starting from VL-22, VL-8 and VL-10, VL-11. The abbreviation VL- stands for Vladimir Lenin. In Novocherkassk, electric locomotives were produced by alternating current. This was the layout in Soviet times.
          1. HERMES
            HERMES 10 June 2016 16: 29
            +1
            Quote: 406ppmp2gv
            diesel locomotives VL-100 - not diesel locomotives, DC electric locomotives starting from VL-22, VL-8 and VL-10, VL-11. The abbreviation VL- stands for Vladimir Lenin. In Novocherkassk, electric locomotives were produced by alternating current. This was the layout in Soviet times.


            By the way ... an interesting fact: until 1963, electric locomotives in Novocherkassk were produced under the abbreviation "N" :( N-60, N-82, etc.). After the shooting of the strikers in 1962 in Novocherkassk, in the course of attempts to conceal this shooting in 1963, a decree was issued to rename the electric locomotives. From that moment they began to be called "VL". Enough ... an "unfinished" concealment. The authorities wanted to keep the name of the city as little public as possible, which would prevent the spread of information about the shooting.
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      2. Armored optimist
        Armored optimist 10 June 2016 12: 51
        +4
        At first I thought - an unfortunate angle, but looked closely at all the photos and it seems yes - the muzzle brake is not horizontal, it is slightly counterclockwise.
        1. mole
          mole 10 June 2016 14: 23
          +2
          Georgian know-how
    3. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 10 June 2016 12: 33
      +4
      Quote: avvg
      Can they really produce military equipment?

      They can’t produce, no. So far they can collect, in small batches, from the world on a string - to the Georgians a combat module.
    4. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 10 June 2016 13: 01
      0
      UAE purchased Georgian combat modules
      noted ???
      1. jjj
        jjj 10 June 2016 13: 16
        0
        If you look at whom the information comes from, a lot of things become clear. What else can local media say the former general director of the military-scientific technical center "Delta" of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia Uchi Dzodzuashvili
    5. cyberhanter
      cyberhanter 10 June 2016 13: 21
      +3
      do not produce, but collect. Bulgarian gun, camera - South Korean, PKT from a warehouse, etc.
    6. Altona
      Altona 10 June 2016 13: 57
      +2
      Quote: avvg
      Can they really produce military equipment?

      --------------------
      From everything that is "produced" "Colchis" is obtained. They blinded just such a Lasuka BMP, stuck some kind of incomprehensible cannon, 23-mm, and even with a 7, 62-mm machine gun. On the "module" everything is deployed like furs on a button accordion. About nothing.
    7. Albert1988
      Albert1988 10 June 2016 16: 38
      +2
      Quote: avvg
      Can they really produce military equipment?

      I have another question: the cannon is Bulgarian, the machine gun is Russian, the electronics are Korean / Chinese - is this exactly the Georgian module?
  2. Grandson of Veteran
    Grandson of Veteran 10 June 2016 12: 31
    +2
    No, well, if you really created and sold, then well done, of course .... And if you honestly, rzhach parses laughing
    But is this product able to speak this toast? laughing drinks
  3. sever.56
    sever.56 10 June 2016 12: 34
    +3
    The set includes a brazier, a "kinzmarauli" canister and a cassette recorder with Georgian folk songs.
    Georgia is a manufacturer of world-class military equipment, unobvious and incredible!
    1. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 10 June 2016 12: 37
      +4
      Yes, and green from chickenpox.
      Quote: sever.56
      The set includes a brazier, a "kinzmarauli" canister and a cassette recorder with Georgian folk songs.
  4. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 10 June 2016 12: 35
    +2
    Well, they are trying to use the surviving from 2008. BMP2 apparently remade, put the module on the BRDM, equipped with truth from around the world .. Where is yours?
  5. Donlomakin
    Donlomakin 10 June 2016 12: 39
    0
    UAE purchased Georgian combat modules
    It turns out that some are arming, while others are disarming. winked
  6. Colonel
    Colonel 10 June 2016 12: 42
    +1
    Georgian remote-controlled modules DRWS-2.

    Is this a joke of humor?
  7. ded100
    ded100 10 June 2016 12: 47
    +1
    It is necessary to sell Ukrainians they on their iron cap Azovets will be tinplate! wassat
  8. ISSIDOR
    ISSIDOR 10 June 2016 12: 48
    0
    Ammunition boxes are too vulnerable to be mounted on an infantry fighting vehicle, nothing is still on the BRDM, but the lack of stabilization is a huge drawback.
  9. VladimS
    VladimS 10 June 2016 12: 49
    +1
    And the Emirates did not escape corruption ... wink
    Well this must be thought out, in Georgia !!!! purchase a combat module.
    Most of the components of which, the Georgians themselves do not produce.
    I can easily imagine what the service will be from the manufacturer.
    Where is the world heading !?
  10. Berkut24
    Berkut24 10 June 2016 13: 15
    0
    Those. the cannon, machine gun, electrician are not Georgian, but the frame to which all this foreign is screwed is Georgian. Well and accordingly, the whole module is now Georgian. Logic, however!
    But seriously, now 23mm is nothing. Too much for the infantry, for the armored vehicles, which holds a 30mm shell - it’s completely dead. Neither this nor that.
  11. Koresh
    Koresh 10 June 2016 13: 17
    +1
    During the battle, the combat module will play a Lezgin to give Georgian wine to the operator, and if it fails, it will go and run to Tbilisi itself. Well, seriously, the module is quite good for itself, installing ptrk and additional modules is an excellent argument for dealing with technology.
  12. zoknyay82
    zoknyay82 10 June 2016 16: 38
    0
    I am sincerely happy for our Arab partners. I remember the miracle of the Kutaisi automobile plant "revenge for Stalin." Having used the military equipment of this quality, they will happily run to Moscow for shopping :-).
  13. Sasha75
    Sasha75 10 June 2016 18: 27
    +3
    Under the USSR, almost everything that was made by Georgians in Georgia immediately went to scrap metal and I will tell you one case from my life. In practice, I came to the factory a milling machine from Georgia assembled with nails and a hammer. Imagine almost all the bolts are missing and instead of them nails are hammered in. I am shocked by the workers to my question what they answered, they drive the plan, and what if you take the Georgians if there are no Russians at the factory, then they drive it. The master came, looked, called the director of the plant and scrap metal. These are needlework.