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M-11M "Samaritan" Armoured Ambulance

Postby Lauzanne » Thu Jun 17, 2021 6:58 am

M-11M "SAMARITAN" ARMOURED AMBULANCE


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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.

Equipped for medical units to be able to extract injured soldiers in high risk areas, the Samaritan Armoured Ambulance is built off of an armoured chassis designed to withstand up to 30mm cannons. Built with flexibility in mind, it can transport up to 4 sitting passengers on either row of seats, or 2 stretcher passengers. Space is set aside for medical supplies as well as two medics in the front section beside the vehicle commander.


SPECS



Name: T-Chassis Tracked Combat Vehicle
Mass: 30 tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 2.52m
Crew: 4 (Driver, Commander, 2 Medics) + up to 4-8 passengers


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 24~ 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.

Cost Per Unit: $800,000 NSD


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M-11I "Hunchback" Mortar Carrier

Postby Lauzanne » Thu Jun 17, 2021 7:19 am

M-11I "HUNCHBACK" MORTAR CARRIER


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OVERVIEW



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.

Utilised alongside Heavy Mechanized brigades to provide indirect fire support, the Hunchback carries a simple mortar and it's crew. Integration of a Battle Management System or BMS has allowed for easier relaying of targets for fire missions, and the entire vehicle can be set up to fire within two minutes, reducing the risk of counterbattery fire significantly. As sold, the Hunchback comes with one of two mortar options.

The HM-1A "Vasilek"is an 82mm automatic gun-mortar that can be breech or muzzle fed either in single shots or in 4-shot clips. With a maximum range approaching 4,300m, the Vasilek is perfect for laying down rapid-fire supporting artillery for a manoeuvre unit engaged in battle or to lay down a quick and effective smoke screen.

The HM-1 "Kalina" is a 120mm muzzle-loaded mortar capable of sustaining 4 rounds per minute. Range is increased to 7,200m effective.


SPECS



Name: M-11I "Hunchback" Mortar Carrier
Mass: 29.5 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: 2B9 82mm automatic mortar/120mm heavy mortar (Mortar Carrier)

Cost Per Unit: $900,000 NSD

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M11H Armoured Command Vehicle

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 18, 2021 4:27 am

M-11H ARMOURED COMMAND VEHICLE


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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.

The M-11H Armoured Command Vehicle is a fairly simple concept. Adding an APU on the roof, as well as extra radio sets and various battle management systems allows a company, battalion or even a brigade commander to co-ordinate actions across the entire given unit.

The interior allows for several staff officers to sit and also work. Armaments are pintle mounted.


SPECS



Name: M11H Armoured Command Vehicle
Mass: 30 tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 2.5m
Crew: 2 (Driver, Commander) + 4 Passengers)


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 25/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: 8mm "Raikka" GPMG Pintle mount

Cost Per Unit: $1.3 million NSD

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SA-13L "Gopher-L" Tracked mobile launcher

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 18, 2021 5:19 am

SA-13L "GOPHER-L" TRACKED MOBILE SAM LAUNCHER


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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.

With the exception of the Tor, the 9K35 "Strela 10" (NATO REPORTING NAME: SA-13 GOPHER) is the most common Surface to Air missile mounted on vehicles in the LDF. However, while the design was part of the initial lineup, it was rejected in favour of the Guardian-T and 9K330 Tor Systems. However, despite this rejection, the system is still available for sale in export.

The system is a short-range, infra-red guided missile launcher that only uses the radar present on the deployable mast to range targets, with a maximum range of 10km. The missiles themselves have a maximum range of 5km. Seeking is done by a combination of IR and electro-optical means, allowing the missiles to be used while minimising risk of detection and attack by aircraft carrying out Suppression of Enemy Air Defence missions.


SPECS



Name: SA-13L Tracked Mobile SAM Launcher
Mass: 32 tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 2.43m


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 24~ 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: Strela-10ML launcher (4 missiles ready, 8 missiles spare)

Cost Per Unit: $7 million NSD

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M-11ADC "Rheostat" Air Defence Command Vehicle

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 18, 2021 5:48 am

M-11ADC "RHEOSTAT-T" AIR DEFENCE COMMAND VEHICLE


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OVERVIEW



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.

The M-11ADC "Rheostat" Air Defence Command Vehicle is designed to work alongside a given anti-air battery or battalion to better co-ordinate command, control and fire direction. Often paired with the Diode-T Early Warning radar, it can provide efficient fire direction, detection and and co-ordination of all gun and missile armed batteries under it's command. It also possesses networking capabilities to allow co-ordination with medium-range air defence missile systems as well as integration with battle management systems to give commanders a clearer picture of the battlespace.


SPECS



Name: M-11ADC "Rheostat-T" Air Defence Command Vehicle
Mass: 32 tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 1.76m-2.43m


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 24~ 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: 8mm "Raikka" GPMG Pintle mount

Cost Per Unit: $12 million NSD

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M-11ADR "Diode-T" Air Defence Radar

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 18, 2021 6:01 am

M-11ADR "DIODE-T" TRACKED AIR DEFENCE RADAR


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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.

Working alongside the Rheostat-T Air Defence Radar, the Diode radar system is designed to both unify and provide additional radar coverage for short ranged air defence batteries, primarily consisting of modified legacy Soviet designs, but with the new reforms mainly the Guardian and Tor systems. Equipped with high-capability computers, an APU to allow usage while not on the move and a ADR-21 "BLOCK HEAD" radar that can detect aircraft at a range of 80km, it allows for ample warning in detecting hostile incoming aircraft.


SPECS



Name: M-11ADR "Diode-T" Air Defence Radar
Mass: 33 Tons
Length: 6.9m
Width: 3.1m
Height: 2.5m


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Power/Weight: 23~ 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: 8mm "Raikka" GPMG Pintle mount

Cost Per Unit: $10 million NSD

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LD-2 Laser Designator/Thermal Sight

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Sep 20, 2021 3:31 pm

LD-2 LASER DESIGNATOR/THERMAL OPTIC SYSTEM


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With the acquisition of the American AN/PED-1 denied, the LDF sought out more local sources for sighting systems. Infantry units at the time lacked an organic capability to designate laser guided munitions fired from air force planes. With the upcoming introduction of the Groza and development of indigenous laser guided bombs, the LD-2 was developed to allow for designation of such targets from foot-mobiles.

Combining a day camera, an IR sensor, GPS module, laser rangefinder and designator as well as a digital compass, the LD-2 is capable of designating targets at night or day at a range over 5km, being able to locate targets at 7km. It can operate for 24 hours on a single common military battery.


SPECS



Name: LD-2
Total Weight w/ Stand: 18 kg
Designation Range: 5,300m
Detection Range: 7,100m
Crew: 2


Cost Per Unit: $800,000 NSD

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XB-7 "Tilter" Tactical Bomber/XB-7E EW Aircraft

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Sep 21, 2021 1:42 pm

XB-7 "TILTER" TACTICAL BOMBER


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One of the first planes to come out of Lauzanne's Soarer Project in the 1990's, the XB-7 "Tilter" project was one of the last in the project list but one of the first to be developed and fielded. Utilising variable geometry wings, new materials and the latest Alyuka Electric AE-110 engine series, the Tilter bears a striking resemblance to both the Russian Su-24 and the American F-111. Despite visual similarities, the design could be considered "inspired" at best by the EF-111A for some years as a replacement.

With a crew of 4 (Pilot, Co-Pilot, Weapon Systems Officer, Navigator), each member of the flight team can dedicate themselves wholly to their task. Fly-by-wire, advanced radar, a digital navigation and attack system, as well as up to 14 pylons to support any manner of missiles or bombs for interdiction, bombing, or stand-off missile deployment with a high range.

The version that ended up adopted by the LAF is the XB-7E, a variant developed specifically for electronic warfare capability. With two Electronic Countermeasure Officers replacing the Navigator and WSO. The central bay is fitted with a large electronic warfare module and provisions are made for the mounting and use of anti-radiation missiles on SEAD missions.


SPECS



General Characteristics

Crew: 4 (Pilot, Co-Pilot, Weapon Systems Officer, Navigator/ 2 ECMOs)
Length: 25.3m
Wingspan: 12.9m (Swept) 21.2m (extended)
Height: 5.4m
Wing Area: 64m2
Empty Weight: 22,340kg
Gross Weight: 36,840kg
MTOW: 51,000kg
Fuel Capacity: 14,500kg internal
Powerplant: 2x Alyuka Electric AE-110TFA-NVC afterburning turbofans, 110.4 kN dry, 150 kN with Afterburners


Performance

Max Speed: Mach 2.4 (2,960 km/h)
Maximum Speed at Low Altitude Mach 1.1 (1358 km/h)
Range: 6,500 km at altitude, full internal fuel
Combat Radius: 3,000 km (full internal fuel)
Service Ceiling: 20,000m
Wing Loading: 700 kg/m2 (Typical mission load of 8 tons with full internal fuel)
Thrust/Weight: 0.8:1 (MTOW)


Avionics

Lancet PESA Radar
Onyx ECM Suite (XB-7E)
Crossroads central computer, navigation and targeting system



Armament


Hardpoints: x12 external Hardpoints (4x attachable on each wing, 4x fuselage hardpints) with an additional weapons bay.
Total carry weight: 14,000kg of external stores.

NOTE: Maximum clearance of the full size internal bays is 4.2 Meters for ordinance. Please note the size of your munitions accordingly.

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Cost Per Unit: 175,000,000 NSD

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AH-3 "Sparrow" Attack Helicopter

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Sep 21, 2021 3:07 pm

AH-3 "SPARROW" ATTACK HELICOPTER


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With the perceived faults of Lauzanne's Ka-52 gunships, with lacking sensors, radars and cannon armament, a study was conducted on other gunships that were available for sale. Concluding that many were not available for purchase or insufficient to meet needs. To fulfil these requirements, Sokoa Lauzanne was contracted with Proposal A-301, which later became the AH-3.

The AH-3 retains the high agility of the design it's intended to replace thanks to a coaxial rotor system, allowing a more compact design compared to a conventional tail rotor design. Using a tandem cockpit allows the helicopter to be narrower, reducing frontal profile. There is no provision to carry passengers, instead being focussed entirely on the attack helicopter role. A 3rd generation FLIR sits above the pilot's cockpit, giving the crew an excellent view and allowing them to observe an area without showing the main body of the helicopter.


SPECS



General Characteristics

Crew: 2 (Pilot & gunner)
Length: 14.3m
Wingspan: 5.01m
Height: 4.7m
Empty Weight: 6,500kg
Gross Weight: 8,700kg
MTOW: 10,700kg
Fuel Capacity: 2,200kg internal
Powerplant: 2x Alyuka Electric VK-2500ML turboshaft engines, 2,500 shp each


Performance

Max Speed: 325 km/h
Cruise Speed: 270 km/h
Range: 560 km
Combat Radius: 480 km
Service Ceiling: 5,000m
Endurance: 3 hours (Internal Fuel)


Avionics

Neutron PESA Radar
Cyclops 3rd generation FLIR, TV sight, laser designator unit



Armament

1x 2A42L 30mm cannon in the nose with 200 degrees traverse (300 rounds)

Hardpoints: x6 hardpoints to carry a total of 2,000kg of ordinance

LIST OF ORDANANCE

A-SRM-2 "Bayonet" IR AAM
Kh-23 Grom
Kh-25 Family
ATM-3N "Contender" FOGM
ATM-1ER "Contender"
Rocket pods of the customer's choosing
S-UM-250ER Rocket Assisted Glide Bomb

Cost Per Unit: 15,000,000 NSD

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"Arbalest" SPAA Vehicle

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Oct 19, 2021 3:52 am

"ARBALEST" SPAA VEHICLE


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Although the T-Chassis and W-Chassis vehicles were offered with Strela-10 missiles and in a gun/missile configuration for close defence, the LDF rejected them due to their lack of performance compared to the currently used Tunguska, Tor and Strela-10 launchers already mounted on the Soviet vintage MT-LB chassis. However, as with most military projects Lauzanne had running, things changed with the Spring War.

The widespread use of drones on both sides, along with analysts finding the trend in modern conflicts leading towards drones, a requirement was put forward for the next AA vehicle to be able to engage slow moving UAVs. Rather than use more expensive missiles custom-developed for the task, Blanchard Manufacturing revisited the [urlhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AZP_S-60]AZP S-60's[/url] that Lauzanne had long since retired. Given the extremely heavy rounds compared to smaller 30 and 35mm ammunition used by the West, it allowed for a much more effective airburst that was less affected in explosive power by the circuitry within. This, combined with an electro-optical targeting system, search and track radar and backup laser rangefinding methods allowed the prototype to engage and destroy a variety of commercial and military drones in engagements that lasted for two shots. With the gun's introduction to the armed forces, it received the designation AC-57.

Complimenting the AC-57 is a set of eight A-SM-311L missiles located in two racks of four on either side of the turret. Derived from the 9M311 missiles used on the Tunguska, they were designed with cost effectiveness in mind. Equipped with a longer booster stage, the maximum range is 15km, with engagement height from 5m AGL to 3,500m. Probability of kill is roughly 0.7.

Complimenting the system is the EW-6M early warning radar, allowing the vehicle to detect and track targets at 20km with the absense of a battery control radar.

The customer can choose if they want their vehicles to be tracked or wheeled.


SPECS



Name: Arbalest SPAA
Mass: 32.7 tons (Tracked) 27.6 Tons (Wheeled)
Length: 6.9m (Tracked), 7.03m (Wheeled)
Width: 3.1m (tracked), 2.82m (wheeled)
Height: 2.46m (Tracked) 2.62m (Wheeled)
Crew: 3 (Driver, Gunner, Commander)


Engine: LTD6-16 engine, 750hp (Tracked), LTD-12, 700hp (Wheeled)
Power/Weight: 23 hp/ton (Tracked), 25 hp/ton (Wheeled)
Top Speed: 70 km/h (tracked), 100 km/h (wheeled)
40 km/h (off road)
12 km/h (swimming)
Transmission: Orel HD40-7A 7 speed automatic transmission
Range: 650 km (Tracked), 800km (Wheeled)


Protection: Protection against 30mm APFSDS @ 500m, side protection against 30mm APFSDS @ 1000m, rear protection against 14.5 API @ 500m. (Tracked)
Protected against 30mm APDS at 1km frontally, 23mm API at 500m from the sides.
Armament: AC-57 57mm autocannon (168 rounds)
8 A-SM-311L Missiles
Shell: 57x347SR
Calibre: 57mm
RoF: 120mm rapid, 70 sustained
Muzzle Velocity: 1,000m/s (PAB-T)
Effective Firing Range: 8,000m
Shell types available: HE-T, PAB-T, APFSDS-T


Mass: 72kg ready to fire
Length: 3,091 mm
Warhead: Multiple Continuous Rod
Warhead Weight: 12kg
Warhead Fuse: Contact/Proximity Fuse

Propellant: Two Stage Solid Rocket
Operational Range: 15km
Flight Ceiling: 3,500m
Boost Time: 2 seconds to 1,000 m/s until separation
700 m/s to target
Guidance: Radio/Optical Command Guidance


Cost Per Unit: $8 Million per unit (Tracked), $7.7 Million per unit (Wheeled)

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LRU-4 "Vultur" Reconnaissance UAV

Postby Lauzanne » Tue Oct 19, 2021 4:20 am

LRU-4 "VULTUR" LIGHT RECONNAISSANCE UAV


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Serving alongside the Kolibri and Lastochka, the Vultur rounds out the brigade and below level reconnaissance. Equipped with a high endurance motor and gimballing camera like the Lastochka but a small size and capability to be carried by foot soldiers and lighter vehcles, the Vultur fills the gap between the two to provide long-endurance, medium range reconnaissance.

Constructed primarily out of composites to allow a lighter weight and greater internal space, the Vultur weighs a mere 17kg fully loaded. Equipped with a small flat-two petrol engine, the Vultur is afforded high endurance capabilities, allowing for extended surveillance of a given area or security of a base compound.

The camera on the Vultur comes equipped with a high resolution colour camera with additional FLIR imaging system to allow for reconnaissance in day and night conditions.

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


SPECS



Name: LRU-3 "Kolibri"
Weight: 17kg
Length: 1.7m
Wingspan: 2.84m


Engine: Flat-2 engine, 1.5hp
Cruising Speed: 110 km/h
Max Speed: 145km/h
Range: 30km manual control, 100km in waypoint mode
Endurance: 20~ hours


Optics: Cerny Optical MC-4 high-resolution camera with zoom, additional IR sensor.

Cost Per Unit: $3 million NSD per package, $3 billion for DPR

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M-08R "Shkval" Heavy MLRS

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Nov 22, 2021 7:11 am

M-08R "SHKVAL" HEAVY MULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM


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OVERVIEW



With the march of Lauzannean industry pointing it towards more indigenous designs and streamlining from the Soviet leftover equipment, even iconic weapons such as the BM-30 were facing retirement or replacement. Despite modernising since then, the LDF has always had a strong focus on it's artillery, complimenting it's varied array of conventional tube artillery with rocket artillery systems to allow for maximum flexibility when supporting Lauzannean formations.

With the change in platform also prompted the ability to enhance the system as a whole, with designers digitising the fire control and communications systems, as well as allowing for battle management system integration. Although most munitions of the BM-30 era are still usable, the ability to fire GPS and laser guided rockets with unmatched precision, allowing for the destruction of high priority targets out to 90km. Faster response times and an easier setup also allow the Shkval (Lauzannean: Squall) to quickly deploy large numbers of rockets on target, equipped with a new transloader vehicle allowing reloads to be completed within 15 minutes.

The ShAZ TR-10 chassis is the main transportation unit for the vehicle, bringing high parts commonality to the rest of the truck fleet the LDF is phasing in. Ballistic protection, run-flat tyres and a variant of the Tatra inline suspension allows for superior cross-country mobility. Protection for the crew and any spare passengers allow for protection should the battery come under fire from small arms or hostile artillery.

A typical LDF rocket artillery battery would consist of 9 launchers in 3 platoons of three, plus 9 transloader vehicles, one command post and two artillery reconnaissance variants of either the M-10 wheeled chassis or M-11 tracked chassis.


SPECS



Name: ShAZ M-08R "Shkval"
Mass: 38 tons
Length: 11.7m
Width: 2.68m
Height: 2.77m
Crew: 3 (Driver, Commander, Gunner)


Engine: LTD6-16 16L inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 750hp
Top Speed: 90km/h on roads, 55 km/h offroad
Transmission: ShAZ UHT 8-speed automatic, 10x10 drive system.
Suspension: Heavy Duty Inline suspension with shock absorbers
Range: 950km


Protection: STANAG level 3 on front sides and rear. Mine protection underneath vehicle directly.
Armament: 1x Raikka GPMG or HMG-14B (or machine gun at customer's request)
12x 300mm tubes for BM-30 rockets.

Cost Per Unit: $6.8 million NSD per vehicle

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M-08 "Mak" Wheeled Artillery

Postby Lauzanne » Mon Nov 22, 2021 3:23 pm

M-08 "MAK" WHEELED ARTILLERY SYSTEM


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OVERVIEW



Lauzanne post-Refusal War had inherited many towed and SP artillery pieces from the Exiles as well as the old People's Republic government. Examples include the 2A18, Gvozdika and Msta models, to name a few. Given this wide variety of cannons, the decision was made as part of ongoing reforms to standardise around the upgraded 2A65ML, with both towed and SP versions known as the Mak.

With a re-designed and lengthened 50-calibre barrel, new digitised fire control system, re-designed turret with new autoloader, Multiple Rounds Simultaneous Impact capability, a modular charge system and the ability to automatically deploy or pack for travel in a couple of minutes, the Mak is a truly modern piece of artillery.

The entire system is placed onto a ShAZ TR-8 truck, allowing for excellent cross country mobility, lower fuel consumption, lower costs and easy maintenance when compared to other vehicles in it's class. STANAG level 3 protection and a mine-resistant design allows the vehicle to protect the crew from small arms fire, some anti vehicle mines, IEDs and other conceivable threats. A cupola on the frontal cab also allows for the fitting of a machine gun of the user's choice.

The Mak generally is part of an artillery battalion that is attached to a Brigade. Such battalions consist of three batteries of 6 Mak pieces, complemented by 6 Visyan MLRS launchers along with associated support such as ammunition trucks, command and reconnaissance vehicles and other personnel.


SPECS



Name: ShAZ M-08 "Mak"
Mass: 34 tons
Length: 12.87m (Gun Forward)
Width: 2.68m
Height: 3.4m
Crew: 4 (Driver, Commander, Gunner, loader)


Engine: LTD-12 12L Inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 700hp
Top Speed: 90km/h on roads, 55 km/h offroad
Transmission: ShAZ UHT 8-speed automatic, 8x8 drive system.
Suspension: Heavy Duty Inline suspension with shock absorbers
Range: 950km


Protection: STANAG level 3 on front sides and rear. Mine protection underneath vehicle directly.
Armament: 1x Raikka GPMG or HMG-14B (or machine gun at customer's request)
1x 2A65ML autoloaded artillery piece. RoF: 6 RPM. Maximum Range of 60km. (60 rounds ammunition carried)

Cost Per Unit: $850,000 NSD per vehicle

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ShAZ "PoLa" UTT-06 Universal Truck Family

Postby Lauzanne » Wed Nov 24, 2021 6:45 am

SHAZ "PoLa" UTT-06 TRUCK FAMILY


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OVERVIEW



With the LDF in a position to shed the complicated mess of relics of the past, one of the first contracts issued was to develop a family of trucks that would supply and carry the LDF, as well as form the basis for many future specialised vehicles in service. Competition began in earnest between Schovajsa Avtomobilny Zavod (ShAZ), Orel Avtomobilny Zavod (OAZ) and Torun Machine Plant. The contract was fully initiated in 2004 when ShAZ won the contract to supply thousands of trucks for the LDF, with specialist variants to follow on that would replace the older trucks of various makers in service.

Accepted into service as the M-06 with variants A through D to denote the specific drivetrain, the M-06 saw initial deployment to Afghanistan where the bomb protection, well-optimised drivetrain, fuel efficient engine and air conditioning was welcomed by the troops. Although not completely replacing the fleet of trucks and systems in time for the Spring War of 2013, they still served with distinction, primarily through the M-08 artillery.

The PoLa uses an armoured cab rated for STANAG Level 3, with a V-Hull underneath to ensure maximum protection of the crew from IED and mine blasts. For ease of maintenance, the cab tilts forwards to allow easy access to the engine bay. Three people can sit in the front bench seat, and the option of a manual or automatic transmission is considered for potential customers. For improved off-road performance, a licensed version of Tatra's inline suspension system is utilised for all trucks, allowing for excellent cross-country speeds and comfortable driving.

Forming the basis for many specialised vehicles afterwards, the PoLa is sure to form the backbone of any armed force that takes it.


SPECS



Name: ShAZ M-06A/B/C/D "PoLa"
Vehicle Mass: 11 tons (M-06A), 14 tons (M-06B), 16 tons (M-06C), 19 tons (M-06D)
Maximum Cargo Mass: 9 tons (M-06A), 16 tons (M-06B), 25 tons (M-06C), 34 tons (M-06D)
Length: 6.82m (M-06A), 8.6m (M-06B), 9.41m (M-06C), 10.94m (M-06D)
Width: 2.68m
Height: 2.7m (Cab roof)
Crew: 2+1 (Driver and Commander with Passenger)


Engine: L6-40DT Inline-6 turbo diesel, 380hp (M-06A/B)
LTD-12 12L Inline-6 multifuel turbo diesel, 700hp (M-06C/D)
Top Speed: 115km/h on roads, 55 km/h offroad
Transmission: ShAZ UHT 8-speed automatic, 8x8 drive system.
Suspension: Heavy Duty Inline suspension with shock absorbers
Range: 950km


Protection: STANAG level 3 on front sides and rear. Mine protection underneath vehicle directly.
Armament: 1x Raikka GPMG or HMG-14B (or machine gun at customer's request)

Cost Per Unit: $220,000 NSD (M-06A), $260,000 NSD (M-06B), $290,000 NSD )M-06C), $330,000 NSD (M-06D)

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