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Postby Lauzanne » Sun Feb 21, 2021 9:10 am

OAZ "FERRET" ARMOURED GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLE


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Stuck with a mess of foreign-made cars that were ticking through their service lives and with the added requirement of better protection, a tender was placed for a replacement vehicle. Given in the 2000's the complaints of the American-made Humvee protection kits were beginning to be known, the tender was modified so that the vehicles had to be well-protected from most considered threats, while remaining light enough that it did not require a specialised engine. OAZ won the contract in 2007 with it's prototype, adopted into service as the M-09 "Ferret" General Purpose Vehicle.

The Ferret is a lightweight, reliable and versatile general purpose vehicle, intended primarily for transport of personnel and for light patrols where heavy weaponry is not utilised by a prospective ambusher. The Ferret is mine-protected, shown in instances during the Spring War where the vehicle's suspension was blasted off but the vehicle remained intact and the crew relatively uninjured. It uses a commercial Inline-6 turbocharged engine which is common to many OAZ civilian cars, with an enhanced transmission to ensure that there are no unexpected breakdowns. Mounts for armaments are provided by a cupola and a pintle mount above the middle rear seat.


SPECS



Name: OAZ "Ferret" General Purpose Vehicle
Mass: 6.2 tons
Length: 4.2m
Width: 2.08m
Height: 1.82m
Crew: 1 + 6 passengers


Engine: Orel L6-32DT Turbo Diesel, 347hp
Power/Weight: 55.9 hp/ton
Top Speed: 125km/h on roads, 70 km/h offroad
Transmission: OAZ HD4-7T6 6-speed automatic, 4x4 capability.
Suspension: Heavy-Duty Double Wishbone (Front), Solid axle coil (rear)
Range: 650km with full internal load, 800km with additional fuel tanks fitted to rear.


Protection: STANAG level three on front, STANAG level two on sides and rear. Mine protection up to 20kg.
Armament: Pintle mount. Regular loadout is normally 1x Raikka GPMG OR 1x HMG-14B OR 1x AGS-17/AGS-30 OR 1x ATGM launcher
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W-Chassis Universal Wheeled Combat Vehicle

Postby Lauzanne » Sun Feb 21, 2021 11:25 am

W-CHASSIS UNIVERSAL WHEELED COMBAT VEHICLE SERIES


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Logistics in the modern battlefield is king. A vehicle without spare parts is useless in combat, and factories cannot split their production too much for fear of congesting supply lines. Lauzanne had to take all of this into account when modernising, seeing as they couldn't rely on Eastern sources anymore due to tense relations, but at the same time no Western country offered a truly universal chassis. As part of the modernisation, plans were drawn for the Army to be based around as few common chassis as possible: A tank/heavy combat vehicle chassis, a wheeled vehicle chassis for lighter mechanised units, a tracked chassis for mechanised infantry to support armour, and later an airborne-specific chassis for the Independent Airborne Brigade usage. Tenders were placed, with the requirement of sharing as many components as possible between the three AFV types and the armour. The W-Chassis was the first to be adopted, replacing old Soviet-era BTR's, OT-65's and BRDMs among others with a modern indigenous design built by the relatively new Schovajsa Heavy Industry.

One of the common features between the wheeled and tracked family is shared turrets, along with a shared engine family of varying displacements (the Orel LTD6-16, 12, 10 and 8 respectively) and many more components such as seats, vision blocks and more. This allows logistics personnel an easier time in replacing many components between the different families, as well as easing ergonomics and also allowing greater streamlining of parts in any given brigade.

The smallest and the lightest of the trio is the 4x4 chassis, with the variants adopted into LDF service being the 4x4 Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle and the 4x4 SA-13 Armoured Launch Vehicle, weighing in at under 13.5-15 tons each. The Mink Reconnaissance Vehicle is the lightest of the variants, armed with a 14/20mm autocannon and 8mm GPMG, it uses its three scouts and mast-mounted camera to scout out areas. By contrast, the Archer-W is equipped with a modernised Strela-10 missile system, allowing for low-level air defence against helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.

For middleweight applications, the 6x6 Chassis is used, albeit in two variants: Rear-mounted engine used on the 6x6 Light Fire Support Vehicle and the 6x6 Gun/SAM hybrid. Front-engined variants are the Air Defence Radar, Air Defence Command Post and Ambulance versions, all of which weigh between 18 and 20 tons. The Serval Light Fire Support Vehicle (Coloquially referred to in the LDF as the "Light Tank") uses the same 2A46L-3 as it's MBT brethren, a large 125mm gun capable of firing all Soviet-era rounds as well as some LDF-developed munitions. The 6x6 Guardian-W is a SPAAG/SAM hybrid utilised for low-level air defence against munitions, large drones and low-flying aircraft. Equipped with twin 35mm Oerlikon GDF guns along with four small SAMs, it's the defender of the ground forces. The Diode-W Air Defence Radar replaces the old 9S80 DOG EAR radar with the new MRS-3 BLOCK HEAD radar with a range of 100km, and combined with the Rheostat-W Air Defence Command Post the pair can co-ordinate a Brigade-level air defence network, integrating most legacy Soviet systems as well as modern Lauzanne variants and allowing for streamlined data-sharing with Divisional and Army air defence assets. Lastly, the 6x6 Ambulance provides carrying capacity for six walking wounded, two stretchers and three walking wounded, or four stretchers.

The largest variant is the 8x8 with the Mortar Carrier, Command Post, APC and IFV versions. They mass between 23 and 28 tons. The mortar carrier allows for quick transport and deployment of heavy mortars, in the LDF the 2B9 'Vasilek' and Tampella 120mm mortar are used, however the customer is free to utilise whichever heavy mortar suits their applications. The Command Post can be used on a Company or Battalion level to better direct units, with several different radio sets to communicate with both higher and lower levels of command and co-ordinate combat actions. The turret is for added defence of the area in case of infantry attack, with a 14/20mm HMG present with a coaxial 8mm GPMG. The APC variant is able to transport a full squad of 10 plus a commander and driver to wherever it is needed to go, safely and efficiently.

Lastly there is the Infantry Fighting Vehicles, colloquially called the Hussars. All three variants are armed with a 30mm cannon, however the Hussar-1 and Hussar-2 are armed with the 2A42L (A modification on the Shipunov 2A42 to allow for better ventilation when firing at maximum RPM) wheras the Hussar-2E is fitted with the AC-30 chain gun to allow for more reliable feeding. Other differences include the two-man turrets on the Hussar-2 and 2E wheras the 1 only has a single-man turret. All three are equipped with a Raikka GPMG and the Hussar-1 is equipped with the Konkurs-M ATGM, while the 2 and 2E are fitted with dual Contender ATGM launchers, an indigenous development taking some elements from the Kornet ATGM. All three can take 9 soldiers plus the internal crew of two (a driver and a gunner).

All of the W-Chassis vehicles are intended to be utilised as part of a larger formation such as a Brigade or Regiment-level formation, to ensure commonality of parts and capabilities.


SPECS



Name: W-Chassis Universal Wheeled Combat Vehicle
Mass: 13.5-15 tons (4x4) 18-20 tons (6x6), 23-28 tons (8x8)
Length: 6.13m (4x4 & 6x6), 7.03m (8x8)
Width: 2.82m
Height: 1.82m (roof), (Varies depending on model)


Engine: LTD6-8 8L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 450hp (4x4)
LTD-10 10L Inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 600hp (6x6)
LTD-12 12L Inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 700hp (8x8)
Power/Weight: 30~hp/ton (4x4)
30-32 hp/ton (6x6)
25~ hp/ton (8x8)
Top Speed: 100km/h on-road
55 km/h off-road
10km/h swimming
Transmission: TMP-WAT7 Seven Speed Automatic Transmission
Range: 800km


Protection: Protected against 30mm APDS at 1km frontally, 23mm API at 500m from the sides.
Main Armament: 14/20mm HMG (Mink/Armoured Command Post)
30mm 2A42/AC-30 30mm automatic cannon (Hussar 1/2/2E)
Twin Oerlikon GDF-001 35mm cannons with four Strela-S IR SAMs (Guardian-W)
2B9 82mm automatic mortar/120mm heavy mortar (Mortar Carrier)
2A46L-3 125mm autoloading cannon (Serval)
Strela-10ML launcher (Archer-W)
Secondary Armament: 8mm Raikka GPMG (all except Ambulance)
Crew: 1-3
Passengers: 3-10
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M-86AM MBT

Postby Lauzanne » Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:16 pm

M-86AM MAIN BATTLE TANK


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The M-86AM MBT can trace it's conception back to two main vehicles: The abortive M-86 of the 80's era (cancelled with the beginning of the Refusal War), and the Yugoslavian M-90 Vihor that was also cancelled for similar reasons. Faced with both old export-model T-72 and M-84 tanks, along with the captured T-64, T-72B, T-80 and T-80U models from the Refusal War, the government quickly contracted Torun Machine Plant to restart the M-86 program, aided by technical details gleaned from the abortive M-90 along with the new Soviet technology vehicles presented to them. In 1996, the first example rolled off the factory line, getting adopted afterwards as the M-86A.

Faced with advancing technology and the now-lacking protection of the M-86A, the M-86B was being drawn up, and with it some refinements were added to the M-86A to prolong it's life in LDF service. Such refinements include an improved thermal sight, along with an improved fire-control computer, battle management system and a commander's independent thermal sight. Slight improvements to the Kontakt-5 ERA was made as well, but the biggest change was the addition of the Shtora-1L system sans the IR floodlights, incorporating a working soft-kill APS and laser warning receiver system to the tank. Although small, these improvements vastly increased it's effectiveness in the field, allowing for the M-86AM to serve well until it's eventual replacement by the M-86B, slated for 2023.

the M-86AM is a third-generation Main Battle Tank, developed very in line with Soviet tank design style and sharing many components with them. Equipped with a PO1-T02L "Agave-M" thermal sight, as well as the locally produced 2A46L-3, capable of firing the 3BM46 "Svinets" projectile, as well as the indigenously-developed TM-2 "King Kobra" missile allow the M-86AM to engage targets out to ranges of 5km reliably and accurately. Another improvement is being fitted with the V-46TK1L, capable of 1200hp under normal conditions allows it to have superior manoeuvrability compared to it's T-72 and T-80 counterparts. ERA coverage on the front of the turret was also improved over the T-80U, allowing for a high-reliability, fuel efficient and effective MBT.

NOTE: Due to export customer's tastes, options are available for this vehicle. Base price is 3.8 million per unit, but it can be added to with:
V-46TK2 1,300 hp turbo diesel engine, for an extra $100,000 NSD
Fitting Shtora-1L soft-kill IR floodlights to the tank for an extra $100,000
Fitting of the 2A46L-3M improved gun, able to fire improved ammunition from the M-86B. Comes with improved fire control system, $300,000 NSD.


SPECS



Name: M-86AM
Mass: 47.4 tons
Length: 9.35m
Width: 3.42m
Height: 2.5m


Engine: V-46TK1L, 38.8 litre V12 multi-fuel turbo-diesel, 1,200hp
Power/Weight: 25.3 hp/ton
Top Speed: 72 km/h (on road)
45 km/h (off road)
Transmission: TMP-AT, 7 speed automatic transmission
Suspension: Torsion bar
Range: 720km, 780 km with external fuel tanks


Protection: Composite armour front, additional ERA Kontakt-5, Kontakt-1 on turret roof.
Armament: 2A46L-3 autoloading 125mm with 48 rounds. TM-2 "King Kobra" 6 missiles.
Coaxial 8mm "Raikka" GPMG, Pintle-mount 8mm GPMG "Raikka" OR 12.7mm HMG NSV OR 14/20mm HMG-14B
the TM-2 "King Kobra" is an indigenous development of both the 9K112 "Kobra" and the 9M119 "Svir" gun-launched ATGM's. The TM-2 comes in two versions: the TM-2H Tandem-charge HEAT, and the TM-2E High Explosive/Thermobaric version, intended for soft targets and low flying aircraft/helicopters. Both have two pieces: a common booster section, and the warhead. Both missiles are laser guided from the tank, and can fire in two modes: Direct and Low-Observability. In direct mode, the missile is fired from the gun three degrees above horizontal to minimise dust obscuring the gunner's vision, but otherwise heads directly towards the indicated target. Low-Observability fire differs in that the laser is only brought onto the target during the last two seconds of it's flight, minimising chance of detection by hostile LWS and the chance for soft-kill systems and vehicle crews to react. Range is 5,500m, penetration is 950mm RHAe.

Crew: 3 (Driver, Gunner, Commander)
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M-86B "Vihor II" MBT

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:53 am

M-86B "VIHOR II" MAIN BATTLE TANK


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Not satisfied with just the M-86AM being 'good enough', in 2010 development started on the M-86B. Headed by Torun Machine Plant, but also taking components from Orel Automotive Factory (OAZ), Akulov Dynamics, Cerny Optical, and Blanchard Manufacturing, the M-86B is the premier tank utilised by the LDF and now available for sale to you.

The M-86B utilises a brand new welded turret, supplemented by the new Drakon ERA Which allows for multiple layers of ERA, as well as minimised damage to surrounding modules, giving the M-86B a massive boost in survivability. Third generation gunner and commander thermal sights coupled with the "Helianthus" computerised fire control system provides unprecedented night fighting capabilities and accuracy, and use of the upgraded Shtora-1L system allows for jamming of SACLOS and various optically guided missiles, as well as detection of laser rangefinding equipment being pointed at the tank. The new V-46TK2 engine keeps up with the added weight, pushing out 1,300hp reliably and efficiently.

The all-new 2A46L-3M gun has both a lengthened breech and barrel, allowing for brand-new APFSDS projectiles to be utilised. In addition to all-new HEAT, Multi-Purpose ammunition and even newer GLATGM's are being developed. In addition, a RCWS has been fitted for the commander's use and mated to both the fire-control system and the Shtora-1L system, allowing for new modes: Semi-automatic fire, automatic fire, RCWS slew. This allows tank commanders more flexibility when being engaged by ATGM crews, as it allows the attached machinegun to automatically engage such positions to suppress them.

In summary, the M-86B is a well-rounded and modern MBT, with excellent protection and firepower, with good mobility to get you where you need to go and fight efficiently. It's excellently protected, and future-proofed.


SPECS



Name: M-86B "Vihor II"
Mass: 52.5 Tons
Length: 9.45m
Width: 3.54m
Height: 2.5m


Engine: V-46TK2, 38.8 litre V12 multi-fuel turbo-diesel, 1,300hp
Power/Weight: 24.7 hp/ton
Top Speed: 72 km/h (on road)
45 km/h (off road)Transmission:
Range: 720 km
780 km (external fuel tanks)


Protection: New generation "Corundum" passive composite armour, "Basalt" Light passive armour applique, "Drakon" third-generation explosive reactive armour. Shtora-1L Soft-Kill Active Protection System.
Armament: 2A46L-3M 125mm autoloading cannon, 48 rounds. TM-2 "King Kobra" gun-launched ATGM, 6 missiles.
Coaxial 8mm "Raikka" GPMG, 2,000 rounds
"Cyclops" RCWS, able to mount 8mm GPMG OR 14/20mm HMG-14B
With a new FCS and improved gun, the new 2A46L-3M has newly-developed munitions for use in all combat situations.

KPL-3U “Auger-1” and KPL-3T "Auger-2": Lengthened APFSDS projectiles with a sacrificial steel tip and multi-piece core. Main difference is the Auger-1 is depleted uranium, Auger-2 is Tungsten Carbide. Steel tip allows superior penetration against ERA. Penetration of Auger-1 is 950mm RHAe, Auger 2 is 900mm RHAe at 2km.

SCL-2T "Boron-T": Tandem-charge HEAT projectile with 850mm penetration after ERA.

MPL-1 “Hedgehog”: Multi-purpose projectile. Capable of penetration and destruction of light armoured vehicles, point detonation and airburst detonation when mated to the Helianthus FCS. Use of airburst munitions greatly increases lethality against targets in cover.

The Shtora-1L is a modification on the original Shtora-1 sofft-kill APS developed in the Soviet Union and later the Russian Federation. After learning of it's workings, the modulation and frequency band was broadened, and the laser warning receivers (LR-1S precision sensors and LR-2W wide-receivers) allowed for a greater range in frequency detection and precision of angle. In addition, the smoke grenade system was re-worked to allow for more smoke grenades as well as uses of the system, along with new aerosols to disrupt most modern line-of-sight and laser guided missiles. Shtora-1L operates in automatic and semi-automatic modes, with the option to slew either the turret or the commander’s RWS at the target in either mode to better engage the source of the laser.

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M-19 "Krokodil" Heavy IFV

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Feb 22, 2021 3:34 am

M-19 KROKODIL HEAVY IFV


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Faced with the threat of larger and more widespread anti-tank weaponry, Torun Machine Plant started the "Krokodil" IFV venture, aiming to create a heavy IFV with a common chassis to the M-86 MBT series. Starting development parallel to the M-86B, the Krokodil was unveiled alongside the M-86B. Adopted in a limited fashion as the M-19 HIFV in the LDF, a handful are present and served in the Spring War admirably, surviving damage that would have incapacitated or destroyed Ulan or Hussar IFV's in combat.

Equipped with tank-level protection and the same V-46TK1L engine as the M-86AM gives commonality of parts between the two, easing logistics. A thickly-armoured body protects the squad inside to be safe from all but the largest of anti-tank weapons in use, and second-generation thermal sights allow for accurate fire at night time, with either the AC-30 30mm automatic cannon or the dual Contender ATGM launchers.

For protection, use of the newer Corundum and Basalt composite armours alongside Drakon ERA, allowing a high degree of survivability. For protection from guided munitions and laser rangefinders, the Shtora-1L system is employed, with modified IR dazzlers to fit the smaller turret.


SPECS



Name: M-19 "Krokodil" Heavy IFV
Mass: 46.3 tons
Length: 6.42m
Width: 3.6m (with armoured sideskirts)
Height: 2.52m
Crew: 3 (Driver, Gunner, Commander) + 8 passengers


Engine: V-46TK1L, 38.8 litre V12 multi-fuel turbo-diesel, 1,200hp
Power/Weight: 25.9 hp/ton
Top Speed: 72 km/h (on road)
45 km/h (off-road)
Transmission: TMP-ATI 7 speed automatic
Range: 660km


Protection: New generation "Corundum" passive composite armour, "Basalt" Light passive armour applique, "Drakon" third-generation explosive reactive armour. Shtora-1L Soft-Kill Active Protection System.
Armament: AC-30 30mm autocannon
8mm "Raikka" GPMG
Contender ATGM launcher, 2 tubes (4 spare missiles in compartment)
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T-Chassis Universal Tracked Combat Vehicle

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Feb 22, 2021 6:16 am

T-CHASSIS UNIVERSAL TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLE FAMILY


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Alongside the W-Chassis, the T-Chassis was constructed to be used by LDF Heavy Mechanized Battalions and larger brigade elements. Lauzanne had experience with both the BVP M-80 and BMP-2 IFV's, and although Lauzanne liked the M-80, the collapse of the Yugoslav state killed any chance of indigenous production or ordering from the war-torn country. Thus, the option was taken to carry out the contract internally. Requirements listed that a Brigade size element could reliably use the same chassis, same engine and as many similar components as possible. Torun Machine Plant won the contract in 2011, and production has continued to this day.

Unlike the W-Chassis, the T-Chassis uses a single common chassis, all variants have five evenly spaced roadwheels and the same LTD6-16 16L inline-6 engine. However, they do both share a common set of features, with only minor differences between some (the reconnaissance vehicle mounting an additional LRS-2 "Bat" radar system, as an example). Otherwise, they share armaments, turrets and even roof hatches. Commonality of engines apart from displacement allows for a common head, turbocharger and other systems to be utilised, streamlining logistics even further, and the compact form-factor of the engines ensures excellent internal space.

For troop transport, the Ulan-U APC, and the Ulan, Ulan-E and Ulan-P IFVs are the go-to options. the IFV's can house 8 passengers, while the Ulan-U carries a full 10 passengers. Firepower for the IFVs is provided by either the 2A42L or AC-30 30mm autocannons and a coaxial 8mm "Raikka" GPMG, with the Ulan-P sporting the Konkurs-M missile and the Ulan and Ulan-E armed with the Contender ATGM. The Ulan-U sports a pintle mount for a weapon of the operator's choice.

For Air Defence, the Archer-T, Guardian-T, Diode-T and Rheostat-T fulfil the same roles as their W-Chassis counterparts. Same weaponry, same radars and equipment, only on the T-Chassis to allow commonality with it's larger Brigade.

Reconnaissance is carried out by the Varactor ARV, equipped with a modified Ulan turret sporting an LRS-2 "Bat" ground surveillance radar with a range of 14km when detecting vehicles and 5km detecting personnel. In addition it sports a mast-mounted camera with a third-generation thermal optic, allowing for long-range visual detection of vehicles and personnel. Passenger space is reduced to reflect such additional equipment to 5 scouts, but the added reconnaissance equipment more than makes up for the loss.

The two mortar carriers and the ambulance are self-explanatory. Equipped with either a 2B9 Vasilek or a Tampella 120mm, they provide heavy mortar support for mechanized infantry brigades. The Ambulance has space for eight walking wounded, or two stretchers and four walking wounded, or four stretchers.

Lastly, the Armoured Command post does exactly what it's name implies: A vehicle for company and battalion level commanders to communicate up the chain and down the chain to their respective units. Adds an APU on the roof to keep the equipment going when the main engine is off.


SPECS



Name: T-Chassis Tracked Combat Vehicle
Mass: 28-34 tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 1.76m-2.43m


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 26-22 hp/ton
Top Speed: 70 km/h
40 km/h (off road)
12 km/h (swimming)
Transmission: Orel HD40-7A 7 speed automatic transmission
Range: 650 km


Protection: Protection against 30mm APFSDS @ 500m, side protection against 30mm APFSDS @ 1000m, rear protection against 14.5 API @ 500m.
Armament: 30mm 2A42L/AC-30 30mm autocannon (Ulan & Ulan-P/Ulan-E)
8mm "Raikka" GPMG Coaxial/Pintle mount
Twin Oerlikon GDF-001 35mm autocannons/Four Strela-S missiles (Guardian-T)
2B9 82mm automatic mortar/120mm heavy mortar (Mortar Carrier)
Strela-10ML launcher (Archer-T)

Cost Per Unit: Ulan-E, Ulan and Ulan-P: $1.1 million NSD
Ulan-U: $800,000 NSD
Varactor ARV: $1.8 million NSD
Mortar Carrier: $900,000 NSD
Ambulance: $800,000 NSD
Command Post: $1.3 million NSD
Diode-T: $10 million NSD
Rheostat-T: $12 million NSD
Guardian-T: $14 million NSD
Archer-T: $7 million NSD

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A-Chassis Airborne Combat Vehicle Family

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Feb 22, 2021 7:14 am

A-CHASSIS AIRBORNE COMBAT VEHICLE FAMILY


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Inheriting BMD's of all three kinds from the Soviet days and the LPA invaders in the Refusal War, despite their compact size, ability to be air dropped and capability to mechanise airborne forces that have historically been confined to light infantry only, allowing the Independent Airborne Brigade more firepower and autonomy if they were to ever deploy overseas. Torun Machine Plant won the contract, in part due to sharing so many components with the T-Chassis vehicles, and some were made and delivered to the 51st Airborne Battalion.

Constructed out of aluminium to keep the weight down, the A-Chassis vehicles can be delivered from the Il-76 and An-22 transport aircraft via parachuted pallet, dropped alongside crew and passengers. It utilises the 450hp LTD-8 8L inline-6 turbo diesel, and otherwise has all of the same components as it's larger tracked brethren.

The Dormouse IFV and Packrat APC fulfil the bulk of infantry carrying, although every version does have space in the rear for infantry to sit. The Dormouse carries 6 plus a crew of three, the Packrat carries 10 plus a crew of two, although more often than not the Packrat carries spare ammunition and supplies.

The Zener ARV and the Zener-A both carry out reconnaissance and direction duties, although the Zener-A has extra capabilities on top of it's radar to co-ordinate artillery fire, air strikes and ballistic missiles onto targets. Both are fitted with the LRS-2 "Bat" GSR, detecting vehicles at a range of 14km and infantry at a range of 5km.

Lastly, the Shrew FSV is a rather unique vehicle. Fitted with the deadly Blanchard Manufacturing AC-55 automatic cannon, a 55mm gun with high accuracy, airburst and guided munitions, and the punchy main gun is backed up by a coaxial HMG-14B. Such a vehicle can engage armour, drones, munitions, helicopters, low flying fixed-wing aircraft, and can even indirect fire with the right guidance by teams with line-of-sight to the target.


SPECS



Name: A-Chassis Airborne Combat Vehicle
Mass: 14 - 17.5 tons
Length: 6.04m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 2.3m - 2.6m


Engine: LTD-8 8L inline-6 turbo diesel, 450hp
Power/Weight: 32.1 hp/ton - 25.7 hp/ton
Top Speed: 70 km/h
40 km/h (off road)
12 km/h (swimming)
Transmission: Orel HD2-6A 6 speed automatic transmission
Range: 520 km


Protection: Full protection against 7.62mm AP at 50m
Armament: 30mm 2A42L autocannon/Coaxial 8mm "Raikka" GPMG/ Contender ATGM launcher (Dormouse/Zener)
14/20mm HMG-14B (Packrat/Zener-A/Shrew)
Blanchard Manufacturing AC-55 55mm cannon
Nomenclature: Blanchard Manufacturing AC-55
Caliber: 55x440mm STC (Semi-Telescoped Case)
Operation: Long-Stroke Recoil, Gas-Assisted Blowback
Barrel Length: 4,510mm (L82) Rifled w/ Brake
Barrel Type: High-hardness steel with Stellite barrel lining.
Weapon Weight: 1,250 Kgs incl. Magazines (Unloaded)
G7 Shell Weight: 4.7 Kilograms Overall
KP-55-1 Sabot dimensions: 27x425mm DU Finned Dart w/ composite sabot
Magazine: Dual 70-Rd Box w/ Dual linkless feed
Rate of Fire: 120 Rounds per Minute (Cyclic)
KP-55-1 MV: 1,470 M/Sec (Mach 4.30)
Effective Firing Range: 11,400 Meters
KP-55-1 penetration: 447mm (17.6") RHAe @ 1,000 Meters
Other ammunition: MP-55-1 (High-explosive/Airburst), GP-55-1 (Guided projectile)

Cost Per Unit: Packrat APC: $600,000 NSD
Dormouse IFV: $900,000 NSD
Zener Reconnaissance Vehicle: $1.2 million NSD
Zener-A C&R: $1.4 million NSD
Shrew FSV: $2.4 million NSD

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MRF-1 "Groza" Light Multirole Fighter

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Feb 23, 2021 2:18 am

MRF-1 "GROZA" LIGHT MULTIROLE FIGHTER


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OVERVIEW



Starting development in the mid-1990's as part of the Air Force's Soarer Program, the MRF-1 "Groza" (Thunderstorm) has gone through two other iterations to get to where it is now. Starting life as an offshoot of the Yugoslav Novi Avion. However, a change in requirements and need for a higher-performance airframe lead to the first flying prototype being manufactured, the MRF-1PS. The original prototype used a modified Saturn AL-31 engine, but a lack of performance lead to the project almost being cancelled. However, the CEO of Alyuka Electric, Mila Alyuka took up some of the development costs, brought on technical help from her own company and made the current Groza. First flying in 2015, the now-production model Groza is the shining pride of Lauzannean industry and ingenuity, and now, it can be yours.

The MRF-1 "Groza" is a 5th generation, single or twin seater, single engine multirole fighter that incorporates stealth materials, high-performance avionics, AESA radar and supercruise capability. Utilising all-new composites and Li-Al alloys as part of it's airframe, the Groza is a true blending of the East and the West, taking the best parts from both.

The "Crossroads" central computer combines a high-speed datalink, cutting edge avionics, advanced sensors and a HUD for the pilot to utilise, greatly enhancing the capability of each individual plane. Combined with others, they can act as spotters with their superior radar, jam enemy radars with their own "Refleks" AESA, and designate targets for planes with less powerful radars. In addition to this, semi-stealth characteristics reduce detection range by 10%, giving the Groza an edge against any non-stealthy opponent it comes across. It's final trick is the capability to use both the old Soviet and now Russian data-bus, along with incorporating a Western data-bus. This allows for blending of weaponry on a Groza, or data-communication between itself and either Soviet or Western planes with little issue.


SPECS



Name: MRF-1 "Groza"
Length: 18.7m
Wingspan: 12.2m
Height: 5.19m


Empty Weight: 10,184kg
Gross Weight: 15,835kg
Max. Takeoff Weight: 23,835kg
Fuel Capacity: 5,500kg (Internal), aerial refuelling capability


Engine: Alyuka Electric AE-110TFA Afterburning Turbofan
110.4kN thrust dry
163.4kN thrust with afterburner
Max Speed: Mach 2.15 at altitude, clean
Mach 1.3 at sea level
Mach 1.6 supercruise at altitude
Combat Range: 1050km at high altitude
450km at sea level/low altitude
Service Ceiling: 18,000m
G-Limit: 9+g
Wing Loading: 422 kg/m2
Thrust/Weight: 1.02 (1.28 with 50% internal fuel)


Avionics: Akulov Dynamics Refleks AESA Dual-Mode Radar
Akulov Dynamics Refleks-E PESA Radar (Export Option)
Cerny Optical A-EO/IR-1 Electro-Optical/IRST systems
Akulov Dynamics Panopticon RWR
Novograd Aviation Group Wardriver I-ECM
Novograd Aviation Group Crossroads Computer/Databus
Novograd Aviation Group Crossroads-W Computer/Databus (Export Option)
Novograd Aviation Group Crossroads-R Computer/Databus (Export Option)


Cannon Armament: 1x GSh-23L with 260 rounds ammunition OR 1xGSh-30-1L with 180 rounds ammunition.

Hardpoints: x2 Wingtip, x6 Underwing, x3 under Fuselage
Total carry weight: 8,000kg of external stores.

LIST OF ORDANANCE

Vympel R-73 Family
AIM-9 Sidewinder Family
ASRAAM
Vympel R-60 Family
Rafael Python
AIM-120 AMRAAM Family
Vympel R-27 Family
Vympel R-77
MBDA MICA
MBDA Meteor

NOTE: Customers who purchase the Groza with down-graded Crossroads computer will not be able to utilise all possible missiles.




LAU-61/LAU-68 rocket pods
LAU-5003 rocket pods
LAU-10 rocket pods
UB-32 Rocket Pods
B8-M1 Rocket Pods
S-13 Rocket Pods
S-24 Rocket
S-25 Rocket

NOTE: Customers who purchase the Groza with down-graded Crossroads computer will not be able to utilise all possible missiles.


KAB-500 Family
KAB-1500 Family
FAB-500
BETAB-500
Mk80 series Bombs
GBU-39 SDB
JDAM Family
Paveway Family

NOTE: Customers who purchase the Groza with down-graded Crossroads computer will not be able to utilise all possible missiles.


Cost Per Unit: 48,000,000 NSD for Basic MRF-1 Groza
48,600,000 for Basic MRF-1 Groza with Dual Seats
+$6,800,000 NSD for the fully functional Crossroads central computer.
+$3,200,000 NSD for the Refleks AESA radar to be installed of the Refleks-E PESA

NOTE: Customers not wishing to spend extra on the Crossroads central computer should specify if they would like the Crossroads-W (Western) or Crossroads-R (Russian) computers to be installed.
NOTE: Due to the sensitivity of it's technology and complexity of construction, Domestic Production Rights are NOT ALLOWED.

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LRU-3 "Kolibri" Hand-launched Drone

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Feb 23, 2021 3:36 am

LRU-3 "KOLIBRI" HAND-LAUNCHED DRONE


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Ever since leaving the USSR and becoming an independent state, Lauzanne has lagged behind other major powers in the use of UAVs for reconnaissance, among other tasks. However, Lauzanne did not possess the necessary technological sophistication at the time to produce their own UAV's, instead purchasing the RQ-11 Raven from America. Later adding the Serbian-made Vrabac to it's inventory, the LRU-3 "Kolibri" (hummingbird) entered into service in 2018.

Constructed primarily of composites, the Kolibri uses a twin-boom design and modular construction to cut down on weight, increase stability and lift, and allow for transportation in a supplied backpack. Equipped with a high-performance battery and high-definition electro-optical and thermal cameras allows for day and night time scouting. The drone is also capable of autonomous pathing without the need for human input, and can provide high-resolution data to squad leaders on the ground using a battle management system.

Lastly, the Kolibri can carry four small grenades (modified VOG-17M examples) in addition to it's reconnaissance equipment, allowing for employment against various fortified positions and for light infantry support.

Every purchase comes with: 4 full Drones, 2 control consoles, spare parts, 4 backpacks.


SPECS



Name: LRU-3 "Kolibri"
Weight: 6.2kg
Max. Takeoff Weight: 7.6kg
Length: 1.87m
Wingspan: 1.97m


Engine: DC electric motor, 800W
Cruising Speed: 65 km/h
Max Speed: 130km/h
Range: 10km manual control
Endurance: 2~ hours


Optics: Cerny Optical MC-3 high-resolution camera with zoom, additional IR sensor.
Armament: up to x4 VOG-U3 30mm grenades.

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LRS-2 "Bat" Ground Surveillance Radar

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:28 am

LRS-2 "BAT" GROUND SURVEILLANCE RADAR


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OVERVIEW



Lauzanne has a unique relationship in regards to the East and the West, as has been mentioned before. This extends to relatively niche systems such as the Bat radar system. Developed from both the PSNR-5and the SBR-3 "Fara". Need for a man-portable radar system that was of the same weight or lighter, along with superior detection range and tracking capability.

Akulov Dynamics created the LRS-2 in the mid-2010's and it has replaced the aging SBR-3's and PSNR-5's in service. It is a simple solid state radar with as few moving parts as possible, with a wide detection range and clarity in tracking targets. One system also comes with mounting points to fit to a HMG-14B's tripod to allow for ranging and enhanced targeting.


SPECS



Nomenclature: LRS-2 "Bat"
Classification: Compact PESA Ground Surveillance Radar
Operation Mode: X-Band, 10W ERP, 20 Hz Update Speed
Design Spec: 9-14,000m Vehicle detection, 4-5,000m Infantry detection, 80 simultaneous tracks
Notes: Man portable ground-surveillance radar. Low probability of intercept, total weight of system: 20kg

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