Pantsir-S1 KamAZ-6560 2006 Reliable Military Truck Design

Pantsir-S1 KamAZ-6560 2006 Reliable Military Truck Design – The Pantsyr-S1 (Western reporting name SA-22 Greyhound) is a close-range air defense system. This is designed to protect strategic military and civilian targets. Originally designed to meet the requirements of the Russian Air Defense Force (PVO). This system is capable of involving various air targets, such as airplanes, helicopters, ballistic missiles and roaming, guided bombs and UAVs. The Pantsyr-S1 vehicle uses KamAZ-6560 in 2006, which has a maximum payload capacity of up to 20,000 kg. It can also tow trailers with a maximum weight of 12 000 kg. A standard troop/cargo body has a falling side and a tailgate drop. It was covered with bows and tarps. This military truck is also available with a multilift and flatbed load handling system. There are two cabin people can be equipped with beds. Pantsir-S1 military truck KamAZ-6560 2006 uses a number of automotive dump truck components KamAZ-6520. This vehicle is powered by KamAZ-740.35-400 turbocharged diesel engine, developing 400 hp. This meets EURO II emission requirements. The upgraded engine, which meets EURO III requirements, is also available. The machine is mated to the German ZF 6HP 602 automatic gearbox. This truck has superior cross-country mobility. The chassis of Pantsir-S1 KamAZ-6560 2006 was used as the Pantsyr-S1 Defense air/missile system, which served with the Russian Air Force in 2007. It was also used for the 152 mm Koalitsiya-SV KSh artillery system. ……

International FTTS 2007 Lively Tactical Vehicle

International FTTS 2007 A Lively Tactical Vehicle – The hybrid Future Tactical Truck System was designed in 2007 to replace the existing fleet of vehicles proving incapable of following the current combat operational tempo due to its complex logistical footprint, weak absorption in C-130 aircraft and inefficient fuel economy, waiver of the Army US. Especially in the design of International FTTS 2007 is fuel efficiency, because experts determined that 70 percent of the battlefield logistics involve the provision of fuel. Proposals by Navistar International and Lockheed Martin, International FTTS 2007 and Lockheed International FTTS 2007 Utility Vehicles were selected. Fewer trucks mean less needed mechanics and fewer tools are needed because sophisticated software and Future Tactical Truck System sensors improve their reliability. FTTS-MSV is intended to provide cargo transportation and distribution, equipment and personnel. The American Company Navistar proposes vehicles within the framework of this program, International FTTS 2007. Future Tactical Truck System is a family of trucks, initially consisting of only two variants: Maintenance Vehicle Maneuver (MSV) and Utility Vehicle (UV). UV, with a payload of up to 3 tons, is intended to replace 2 and 1/2-ton and under Light Tactical Vehicles (LTV) in Unit of Action (UA). Both MSV and UV will provide organic support to FCS UA brigades for cargo, equipment and personnel distribution, as well as for command and control operations (C2). The Army Action Unit (UA) is spreading around the ……

International Saratoga 2011 Lightweight Tactical Vehicle Design

International Saratoga 2011 Lightweight Tactical Vehicle Design – The Navistar International Saratoga was introduced in 2011. This light tactical vehicle was developed by Navistar Defense. The vehicle has a payload capacity of 3260 kg. It can also tow a trailer or light artillery. The cabin accommodates the driver and three full army, plus and optional shooters. International Saratoga 2011 can be customized to meet various needs. Navistar International Saratoga 2011 as a military vehicle that can be equipped with metallic or ceramic armor to enhance protection. This tactical vehicle holds small arms fire, shrapnel artillery and IED explosion. Navistar International Saratoga 2011 can be armed with a 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine gun mounted on the roof, or a 40-mm automatic grenade launcher. It can also be installed with weapon stations that are controlled remotely. International Saratoga 2011 uses a number of available Navistar automotive components. The tactical vehicle is powered by a 6 liter MaxxForce turbocharged diesel engine, developing 340 hp, which is also developed by Navistar. The engine is paired with Allison 6 speed automatic transmission. International Saratoga 2011 is equipped with a central tire inflation system. The vehicle has a hydropneumatic suspension and can kneel, so the height is reduced to 1.93 m. This feature is used for air transport and storage on board. International Saratoga 2011