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Fighting vehicle Fadjr-3

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    Basing

    :

    chassis

    management system:

    Uncontrolled

    Warhead:

    high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, cassette, high-explosive, incendiary, chemical, smoke burning

    Application:

    Multiple rocket launchers

    Country:

    Iran

    Range:

    43 km.

    year development:

    1996

    fighting machine fadjr-3

    fighting vehicle Fadjr-3 is designed to perform tasks important to suppress enemy targets: command and communication centers, distribution centers, artillery positions and missile areas of concentration of troops and military equipment, political and economic targets, airports , plants, etc.

    system was developed by specialists of Shahid Bagheri Industries - Iran's Aerospace Industries Organization, with the technical assistance of experts DPRK. Some sources claimed that when creating Fadjr-3 was based on the North Korean war machine M1985 (M-1985).

    Mass production system began presumably in 1990, although other information Fadjr-3 came to the test, only six years later.

    first sample BM Fajr-3 has been demonstrated in a military parade in Tehran in 1996, the same year it was reported that these systems are in service parts "Hezbollah", operating in southern Lebanon.

    Currently Fajr-3 is armed with artillery units of ground forces of Iran. In the source / 3 / cistema described under the designation Fadjr-6.

    Composition

    fighting machine fadjr-3 Fighting machine (BM) Fadjr-3 has the classic layout. In front of the BM is pressurized cabin that houses a driver and commander of the calculation. There is also mounted radio communications and fire control devices. For protection against powder gas shells startup closed cockpit windshields special panels. The middle section is available for an additional cabin crew member BM (3-4), and in the rear of the chassis mounted artillery unit.

    First BM Fadjr-3 was spotted on the modified chassis of the Japanese truck Isuzu 6 × 6, subsequently used modified truck chassis Mersedes-Benz 2624 6 × 6. As of April 2011, for a new generation of combat vehicles used modified truck chassis Mercedes-Benz 2631, became a full-time.

    The composition of the artillery combat vehicle includes two half-package of six tubular rails, each of which has two rows of three in each guide. Artillery unit is equipped with manual actuators pointing in elevation and azimuth. To stabilize the BM used when firing four jack.

    used for firing unguided rockets caliber 240-mm stabilizer unit with blades that open after starting. Types of warheads: high explosive, high-explosive, incendiary, smoke burning, chemical and cassette Equip submunitions.

    Shells are stored and transported in three pieces capping total weight 1650 kg.

    Shooting is

    single shots or gulp. The interval between the gathering of shells from the rails is 4-8c. Full salvo - 48-96c. After shooting combat vehicle moving on technical position, where a crane carried reloading.

    Fire Control System

    similar MSA BM Fadjr-5.

    PERFORMANCE

    fighting vehicle Fadjr-3

    Stowed Dimensions, mm
    - Length
    - Width
    - Height


    10450
    2540 (2500)
    3340

    combat vehicle weight, kg

    15000

    Maximum speed, km / h

    60

    Number

    tubular rails pc

    12

    Elevation, °
    - Minimum
    - Maximal


    0
    +57

    angle horizontal fire, °
    - The right of the axis of the chassis
    - Left axis of chassis


    100
    90

    NURS Specifications

    Caliber, mm

    240

    Projectile length, mm

    5200

    Weight:
    - Cnaryada
    - High-explosive fragmentation warhead
    - Charge warhead


    407
    90
    45

    maximum range of the projectile, m

    43000

    Maximum height trajectory when shooting at maximum range, m

    17000

    Operating temperature range, º C

    -40 to 50





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