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Postby Hamilay » Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:01 am

I suppose I may as well get about moving all my crap from the old forum to here. Goes throught the Draftroom etc.

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Hamilayan Defence Systems (formerly Armaments Systems) is the Federal Republic's foremost defence contractor. Founded in 1929 as a small-arms manufacturing company, HDSI rapidly expanded to become the primary source of equipment for the Hamilayan Army, producing both foreign-designed systems under licence and its own cutting-edge armaments. HDSI specialises in aerospace, rocketry and land combat systems technology, and through agreement with the Hamilayan government and other arms manufacturers acts as the export corporation for all military equipment produced in the Federal Republic.

Please note the following before purchase;
  • All prices are listed in Universal Standard Dollars.
  • Hamilayan Defence Systems reserves the right to deny sales to any party.
  • Domestic production rights are available where listed. Allies of the Federal Republic may be eligible for special consideration; please enquire within.
  • Munitions are not sold with nuclear warheads or other weapons of mass destruction equipped. Check individual products for further details.
  • Do your own maths.

CATALOGUE

Land Systems

Small Arms


Tanks


Armoured Fighting Vehicles


Light Vehicles


Artillery

  • SM50 'Trebuchet' 203mm heavy artillery
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Aerospace Systems

Fighters


Bombers

  • B-6 'Summit' tactical bomber

Transports

Helicopters

  • AH-11 'Tornado' light attack helicopter
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Naval Systems

Surface Combatants

  • Admiral Canaris-class aviation cruiser

Amphibious Assault Craft

  • Austerlitz-class landing platform dock
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Munitions

Anti-Tank Missiles


Anti-Shipping Missiles

  • AS-50 'Emissary' air-launched medium AShM
  • AS-60 'Negotiator' air-launched heavy AShM

Anti-Aircraft Missiles

  • SA-120 'Crysanthemum' light surface-to-air missile
  • SA-125 'Orchid' man-portable SAM
  • SA-140 'Iris' medium SAM

Ballistic Missiles

  • SS-B-10 'Paradise' theatre ballistic missile
  • SS-B-15 'Arcadia' tactical ballistic missile
  • SS-B-N-18 'Xanadu' submarine-launched ballistic missile
  • SS-B-20 'Nirvana' intercontinental ballistic missile
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Postby Australian Asia » Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:22 am

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From: Australasian Defence Ministry

Our Army Would like to purchase 500 M88 'Cataphract' main battle tanks.

(-) Major General Waltan Importak, Vice Minister of Defence

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TO: Australasian Defence Ministry

Your order of 500 M88 'Cataphract' MBTs for a cost of $4.8 billion USD has been confirmed and shipping will commence shortly.

Thank you for your interest in our products.

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Money has been wired, we are grateful.

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Postby Trefoilland » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:39 am

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The Trefoil Army would like to purchase:
[500] M11 'Cossack' airborne fighting vehicle for $425 000 000,
[5000] ATGL-8 Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher for $42,500,000,
[100] M88 'Cataphract' main battle tank for $960,000,000.

Total price: $1,427,000,000

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AM19 ‘Stradiot’ Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle

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The AM19 ‘Stradiot’ Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle is a 4x4 armoured reconnaissance vehicle produced for the Hamilayan armed forces and police by Chernaya Motor Works.

Development

‘Stradiot’ was designed in 2004 to fill the role of armoured car in the Hamilayan Army. The Hamilayan Army currently operates the LY83 ‘Fox’ 4WD as its main light personnel and cargo mobility vehicle; whilst the Fox is serviceable in the armoured car role with modular armour upgrades the Defence Ministry decided there was a demand for a dedicated armoured car. The Stradiot is more heavily armed and armoured than the LY83 and is designed to function as a multipurpose combat vehicle in low-intensity conflict or as a combat support and reconnaissance vehicle in higher-intensity conflict. The Stradiot chassis is also planned to form the basis for numerous light armoured vehicles in the future. Design lessons have been learnt from the CMW AM13 ‘Dragoon’ family of 8x8 armoured vehicles, developed in 2000 and relatively successful with the Hamilayan armed forces. Stradiot draws on several design elements from AM12 vehicles, most notably in protection schemes and mine resistance.

Armament

The standard Stradiot model is armed with the Michaelis-Martin C1020 20mm automatic cannon in a centrally-mounted armoured turret. The C1020 is a linear-action, gas-operated autocannon firing 20x110mm cased telescoping ammunition. C1020 has been designed for low size and weight, simplicity and reliability. Chain operation was considered for higher reliability but it was decided that the external power source would limit available space in the gun turret. Due to its small size and simplicity the C1020 is able to be easily replaced or maintained in the field, valuable in low-intensity conflict.

The 20x110mm CTA rounds are able to effectively suppress and engage infantry, as well as destroy light vehicles, low-flying aircraft and other soft targets. The C1020 has a dual-feed system for HEI-T and APDS rounds. Other available ammunition types include HE-T, AP and training rounds.

Cartridge: 20x110mm cased telescoping
Operation: Gas operated
Barrels: 1
Length: 2.03m
Weight: 42kg
Rate of fire (sustained): 200 rpm
Rate of fire (max): 800-1000 rpm
Muzzle velocity: 1000m/s
Effective range: 2500m
Max range: 7000m
Ammunition: HEI, HEI-T, HE, HE-T, APDS, AP

A basic open top model of the Stradiot (AM1904) variant with a ring mount for one weapons system was produced in prototype stages but it was decided that the superior protection and firepower provided by the turret was necessary for the Stradiot to be domestically competitive with the LY83, although the AM1904 remains an option for the export market. Numerous open top variants of the Stradiot remain under production in specialised roles.

The Stradiot also mounts 4 G.982 lateral grenade launchers (2 on either side of the turret) standard on Hamilayan armoured vehicles. Whilst these are primarily used to fire chaff and smoke for defensive purposes they are also able to engage infantry with fragmentation grenades.

Amongst its variants the Stradiot utilises a much more varied range of armaments. Notable systems include the MG51 12.7x109mm heavy machine gun, SA-120 ‘Chrysanthemum’ light SAM (on AM1909 light air defence variant) and the AT-18 ‘Halberd’ ATGM (on AM1903 light antitank vehicle).

Propulsion and mobility

The Stradiot is powered by an ACI 330 turbo-charged V8 diesel engine providing 300hp, or 34.9 hp per ton. The ACI 330 engine is one of the larger engines in the 4x4 armoured vehicle class selected as mobility is the vehicle’s main concern.
The Stradiot draws on the design of the BRDM-2 with similar 4 central belly wheels and pressure regulation system. The belly wheels may be lowered to the ground on rough terrain making Stradiot essentially an 8x8 vehicle and improving mobility.
Stradiot is fully amphibious. In the water it is propelled by two water jets at the rear of the vehicle powered by the main ACI 330 engine.
The Stradiot is easily transportable by tactical airlifter or heavy helicopter transport. The A400M aircraft and other aircraft in its class are able to transport four Stradiots. The Mi-26 ‘Halo’ heavy cargo helicopter operated by the Hamilayan Army is able to carry two Stradiots under its belly.

Protection

The Stradiot is protected by lightweight aluminium-magnesium-zinc alloy plating over the aluminium chassis, similar to the armour scheme used on the AM11 airborne fighting vehicle. The use of ceramic-aluminium composite armour was considered in development but was discarded due to its unnecessary complexity when noncombat variants of the Stradiot were taken into account. The Stradiot’s armour scheme is proof against ordnance up to 12.7mm heavy bullet and shrapnel, and provides minor protection against 20mm cannon. Internal compartments are lined with Kevlar anti-spalling protection.

The Stradiot has a high level of mine protection, drawing on design concepts used in modern mine-protected vehicles and utilised on the Hamilayan AM13 APC. It has a V-shaped hull armoured with the same Al-Mg-Zn plating as used on the chassis to deflect blasts from mines or improvised explosive devices away from the passenger compartment. The expanded hull houses extra fuel and the transmission for the 4 belly wheels, which are also able to absorb some amount of force from underneath the vehicle. The passenger and crew areas of the vehicle are separate modules encased in a titanium ‘bathtub’ of a similar design to that used in modern attack helicopters (and also demonstrated on the AM13) which provides further protection to the occupants.
These measures allow the crew and passengers to more easily evacuate the vehicle without injury.
The Stradiot is not intended to be proof against heavy weapons but is designed for crew survivability. Modular slat armour packages are able to be fitted to provide protection against HEAT rounds in high-threat environments by detonating them before they hit the vehicle.

The previously mentioned G.982 grenade launchers are the main countermeasures available to the Stradiot and are able to fire smoke to screen the vehicle or chaff to limit radar detection.

Stradiot is fully air-conditioned and NBC sealed, protecting the occupants in the modern nuclear battlefield.

Electronics

The main electronics suite on the Stradiot is the EM.55 observation package mounted on an extendable mast in the rear of the vehicle, its main tool in its reconnaissance role. The EM.55 suite includes optical cameras, thermal sensor and laser range-finding/designation equipment and is detachable, allowing for dismounted operation and ease of maintenance.
Combined with the vehicle’s digital network system the Stradiot is able to mark targets or pass live sensor feed directly to other units or higher command; the Stradiot is the first Hamilayan vehicle to be optimised for network-centric warfare.
Specialised variants of the Stradiot (AM1907 electronic warfare vehicle/AM1900 command vehicle) come with more sophisticated electronics systems. In addition to the standard EM.55 suite the AM1912 carries radar receiving/jamming equipment.

Personnnel

The Stradiot is operated by 3 crew – driver, commander and gunner/electronics technician. The passenger compartment is able to transport 3 additional personnel (4 with EM.55 suite removed).

Variants

AM19 armoured reconnaissance vehicle (standard)
AM1900 command vehicle
AM1901 ambulance
AM1902 fire support vehicle with experimental S1295 95mm gun-mortar
AM1903 ATGM carrier with 2xAT-18 ‘Halberd’ ATGM
AM1904 open top
AM1905 unarmed cargo transport
AM1906 airdroppable variant for parachute units
AM1907 electronic warfare vehicle
AM1908 NBC decontamination vehicle
AM1909 light air defence vehicle with quad-packed SA-120 ‘Chrysanthemum’ SAM
AM19010 modified and up-armoured for special operations forces

Statistics (AM19 base model)

Weight: 8.6 tons
Length: 5.8m
Height: 2.5m (turret top)
Crew: 3 + 4 passengers
Armour: Aluminium-magnesium-zinc alloy
Primary armament: C1020 20x110mm CTA autocannon with 400 rounds
Engine: ACI 330 turbocharged diesel, 300hp
Power/weight ratio: 34.9 hp/ton
Suspension: 4x4 wheeled
Operational range: 850km
Speed (road): 100km/h
Speed (off-road): 65km/h
Speed (water): 10km/h
Price: 0.96 million $USD
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