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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    you beat me to it!
    i better start making threads again before you can make them!
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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    Akinci acv

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    acv-19 tlc

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    acv-19 spm120

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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    Acv-15 tow

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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    Guys why cant the images be seen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murat IV View Post
    Guys why cant the images be seen?
    better upload them on http://tinypic.com/?t=postupload first and then post them here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha1 View Post
    better upload them on http://tinypic.com/?t=postupload first and then post them here
    Too much work just to get a couple of thumbs up on the internet.

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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    [MENTION=2]Aryan_B[/MENTION]

    Ok I made a thread.
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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    I'll add the detail information
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    ACV 19 Armored Combat Vehicles

    The ACV-19 (Armored Combat Vehicles) is the general name for a 15-19 ton class modern high performance vehicles derived from the highly successful FNSS ACV. These vehicles have proven themselves with a number of armies worldwide. ACV-19 offers the latest developments in high value vehicle performance for internal volume and payload but maintains the advantages of commonality with ACV family of vehicles.

    The differences between ACV-15 and ACV-19 consist primarily of a longer (stretched) hull (6 road wheels), heavy duty final drives, more aggressive suspension. The ACV-19 offers more volume under armour, more payload capacity than ACV. This means that the ACV-19 chassis can carry high payloads such as greater payload turrets, and still provide the comparable performance as a standard ACV-15. In addition, it is 90% spare parts commonality to ACV-15.

    The ACV-19 chassis are provided with a unique, space laminated armor system combining steel and aluminium technology to provide a high level of armor protection against direct KE threats. Also, the hull provides protection against mines.

    The vehicle shall be upgradeable with growth potential. The vehicle configuration can be tailored in accordance with user requirements into a true family of vehicles which can be utilized by cavalry, infantry, MBT's support vehicles and artillery.

    Mission Specific Features


    • Multi-Mission Capable Vehicles
    • Mechanized / Armored Infantry
    • Reconnaissance



    • Special Operations
    • Independent Infantry Operations
    • Full Spectrum Conflicts


    ACV 19 Technical Specifications (Infantry Carrier Vehicle Configuration)

    Technical

    Engine Diesel 350 hp (400 hp, Optional)
    Transmission Fully Automatic
    Suspension Torsion Bar
    Electrical System 24 V
    Steering System Through Transmission
    Track Width 381 mm (T-150 Double Pin)
    Length of Track on Ground 3.75 m

    General

    Crew 13 (incl. Gunner, Driver & Commander)
    Combat Weight 18.000 kg (±1000kg)
    Length 6.02 m
    Width 2.94 m
    Height Overall 2.69 m
    Ground Clearance 0.43 m
    Ground Pressure 0.63 kg/cm2
    Fuel Capacity 476 litres
    NBC System Standard
    NBC Detection System Optional
    Air Conditioning Optional
    Automatic Fire Suppression Optional
    Drivers Thermal Cam. & Display Optional

    Performance

    Max. Road speed
    -Forward 65 km/h
    -Reverse 11 km/h
    Fording depth 1.1 m
    Swimming Optional
    Max. Road Range 490 km
    Gradient 60%
    Side Slope 30%
    Trench Crossing 1.83 m
    Vertical Obstacle 0.70 m

    Armament

    Main Armament 12.7 mm Machine Gun
    Smoke Grenade Dischargers 8 ea Standard


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    Variants




    ACV-19 IFV25
    The ACV-19 IFV25 is fitted with a 25mm one man Sharpshooter Turret and has a capacity of carrying 11 personnel including driver and commander/gunner.






    ACV-19 IFV RCT
    The ACV-19 IFV RCT is armed with a CLAW 30 or 25mm Remote Controlled Turret and capacity of carrying 13 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.


    ACV-19 CFV/ATGM
    The ACV-19CFV/ATGM variant is the Cavalry Fighting Vehicle configuration. It is armed with a two man turret which is equipped with a 25mm automatic cannon and 2xATGM (Anti-Tank Guided Missile) system. The vehicle has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.



    ACV-19 DFS90
    The DFS90 is the Direct Fire Support vehicle configuration of the ACV-19 FoV’. The vehicle is armed with a 90mm gun and capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.


    ACV-19 DFS105
    The DFS105 is the Direct Fire Support vehicle configuration of the ACV-19 FoV’. The vehicle is armed with a 105mm gun and capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.


    ACV-19 APC
    The APC variant is the Armored Personnel Carrier configuration of the ACV-19 vehicles. The vehicle is armed with a 12.7mm MG and capacity of carrying 13 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.



    ACV-19 RECCE
    The RECCE variant is the reconnaissance variant of ACV-19 FoV’. It’s equipped with an electro-optical mast, and armed with a 12.7mm remote weapon station. It has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and 2 recce crew.


    ACV-19 SPM120
    The SPM120 variant is a Self Propelled Mortar configuration to provide indirect fire support. The vehicle can be armed with a 120mm mortar and a self-defence 7.62 or 12.7mm MG. It has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander/gunner and mortar crew.


    ACV-19 AESV
    The ESV variant is the Engineering Squad Vehicle configuration of the ACV-19 FoV`. The vehicle is armed with a self defence 7.62 or 12.7mm MG remote weapon station and capacity of carrying 13 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and combat engineers



    ACV-19 SPAD
    The SPAD vehicle is a low altitude Self Propelled Air Defence vehicle configuration of the ACV-19 FoV’. It can be armed with a variety of vehicle mounted low attitude surface to air missile systems. . The vehicle has a capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.


    ACV-19 CPV
    The ACV-19 CPV is the Command post variant of ACV-19 FoV’. It is used as an operational staff officer’s command post at Brigade and Battalion organisation. It can also be configured as a Fire Direction Centre. It has a capacity of carrying 8 personnel including driver, vehicle commander and staff officers.


    ACV-19 TLC
    The TLC variant is the Tracked Logistics Carrier configuration of the ACV-19 FoV’. It is configured with a fully armored driver and crane operator cabin placed in front left side of the vehicle. An open flat cargo bed is available on the rear to carry loads logistic supplies. It is equipped with a hydraulic crane to load and unload the heavy materials carried by the vehicle. It’s also equipped with a self-recovery winch and a 12.7mm MG fitted on top of the vehicle. It is capable of transporting 6,000 kg of ammunition and general cargo to forward areas in support of field units. The vehicle has a capacity of carrying 2 personnel including driver and a gunner/winch operator.


    ACV-19 AMEV
    The ACV-19AMEV is a highly manoeuvrable, tracked armored ambulance designed primarily for casualty evacuation from forward battle areas. It has a capacity of carrying diver and a medic with; 2 patients on stretcher 4 patients on siting position or 8 patients on siting position.

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    [MENTION=2]Aryan_B[/MENTION] sticky please
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    ACV 15 Armored Combat Vehicles

    The Armored Combat Vehicle (ACV) is the generic designation for a tracked, diesel engine powered, heavy armored platform in the 13-15 ton class, capable of performing combined arms operations with main battle tanks. The platform design allows integration of different subsystems for full filling a variety of different roles. The Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) chassis forms the base vehicle for all other members of ACV Family of Vehicles.



    The ACV-15 is a full tracked (5 road wheels), lightweight, low silhouette armored vehicle capable of high-speed operations on desert conditions, poor infrastructure, roads and/or highways. Movement of the tracks propels and steers the vehicle on land. Access to the vehicle is through a hydraulically operated ramp, with personnel door, on the rear of the vehicle or through the driver and commander’s hatches on the top deck. A large cargo hatch cover is provided in the top deck, behind the weapon station opening. Access for servicing and maintenance of the power plant, located in the right front section of the vehicle, is through internal covers and through a cover on the front of the vehicle. Two armored fuel compartments are located in the rear of the vehicle for weight distribution and crew safety. The compartments are separated from the vehicle by armor plate.

    The hull is constructed of ballistic aluminium plate. Plate thickness varies on the different planes of the hull to meet ballistic requirements. The all welded construction provides a watertight hull, and hatches, doors, and other openings have watertight seals. The power plant and the driver’s and commander’s compartments in the forward area utilize about one-half the space, while a weapon station opening located on the right middle section, and the personnel compartment in the rear utilizes the remaining one-half.

    FNSS produced more then 2,500 ea ACVs for Turkish Land Forces and Worldwide users.

    Mission Specific Features


    • Multi-Mission Capable Vehicles
    • Mechanized / Armored Infantry
    • Reconnaissance



    • Special Operations
    • Independent Infantry Operations
    • Full Spectrum Conflicts


    ACV-15 Technical Specifications (Infantry Carrier Vehicle Configuration)

    Technical

    Engine Diesel 350 hp (400 hp,Optional)
    Transmission Fully Automatic
    Suspension Torsion Bar
    Electrical System 24 V
    Steering System Through Transmission
    Track Width 381 mm (T-130 Forged)
    Length of Track on Ground 2.68 m

    General

    Crew 11 (incl. Gunner; Driver & Commander)
    Combat Weight 14.000 kg (± 1000 kg)
    Length 5.56 m
    Width 2.90 m
    Height Hull Roof 2.01 m
    Height Overall 2.97 m
    Ground Clearance 0.43 m
    Ground Pressure 0.69 kg/cm2
    Fuel Capacity 416 liters
    NBC System Standart
    Air Conditioning Optional
    Automatic Fire Suppression Optional
    Drivers Thermal Cam. & Display Optional
    Performance

    Max. Road speed
    - Forward
    - Reverse
    65 km/s
    11 km/s
    Water Speed(amphibious) 6.3 km/s (with Track Propulsion)
    Max. Road Range 490 km
    Gradient 60 %
    Side Slope
    30 %
    Trench Crossing
    1.83 m
    Vertical Obstacle 0.74 m

    Armament

    Main Armament M242 25 mm
    Coaxial Armament Automatic Cannon 7.62 mm MG
    Smoke Grenade Dischargers 12 ea Standard (24 ea Optional)
    Turret Type Sharpshooter™ Stabilized Turret
    - Crew 1 (Gunner)
    - Control Electrical / Manual
    - Traverse Back up 360° Continuous
    - Elevation/Depression - 8° to + 48°
    - Sighting Day/Night Sight

    ACV 15 Variants


    AAPC
    The AAPC variant is the Advanced Armored Personnel Carrier configuration of the ACV-15 vehicles. The vehicle is armed with a 12.7mm MG and capacity of carrying 13 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.


    AIFV
    The AIFV is fitted with a stabilized 25mm one man Sharpshooter Turret and has a capacity of carrying 11 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.


    IFV RCT
    The IFV RCT is armed with a CLAW 30 or 25mm Remote Controlled Turret and capacity of carrying 13 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.



    ANTI ARMOUR-TOW
    The Anti Armor- TOW is a mobile armoured platform armed with 2xTOW-Under-Armour weapon system. It has a capacity of carrying 10ea TOW-II ATGW rounds stowed inside the vehicle and 4 personnel. Including driver, commander, gunner and loader.


    ANTI ARMOR
    The ANTI ARMOR is the Anti-Tank Guided Weapon carrier version of the ACV-15 FoV’. A TOW launcher or any other ATGW, is mounted on a pedestal which can be raised up for firing missiles or stowed down in the hull when not in use and 10ea TOW rounds can be stowed inside the vehicle. It has a capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.


    SPM 81
    The SPM variant is a Self-Propelled Mortar configuration to provide indirect fire support. The vehicle is armed with a 81mm mortar and a self-defence 7.62 or 12.7mm MG. It has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander/gunner and mortar crew.



    CPV
    The CPV is the Command Post Vehicle variant of ACV-15. It is used as an operational staff officer’s command post at Brigade and Battalion organisation. It can also be configured as a Fire Direction Centre. It has a capacity of carrying 6 personnel including driver, vehicle commander and staff officers.


    AFOV
    AFOV variant is the Artillery Forward Observation Vehicle configuration of the ACV-15 FoV`. It is equipped with an APU and mast mounted optronic devices and radar sensors for battlefield surveillance and target acquisition. It is armed with a self defence 12.7mm MG and has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and system operators.


    ARV
    The ARV variant is the Armored Recovery Vehicle configuration of the ACV-15 FoV`. The Recovery vehicle is fitted with a hydraulic crane mounted to the vehicle top plate and a hydraulic recovery winch with a fairlead assembly mounted inside the vehicle, which facilitates the recovery and towing of both armored and non-armored vehicles in difficult terrain. It is armed with a self defence 12.7mm MG and has a capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, gunner and 2 technicians.



    FITTERS
    The FITTERS variant is the Recovery & Maintenance Vehicle configuration of the ACV-15 FoV`. It is distinguished by the large hatch on hull top and hydraulic crane capable of lifting a complete powerpack if required. The additional flotation panel on trim vane helps compensate for weight of hydraulic crane. It is armed with a self defence 12.7mm MG and has a capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, gunner and two technicians.


    AMEV
    The AMEV is a highly maneuverable, tracked armored ambulance designed primarily for casualty evacuation from forward battle areas. It has a capacity of carrying diver and a medic with; 2 patients on stretcher 4 patients on sting position or 8 patients on sting position.

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    ACV-30 Armored Combat Vehicles

    The ACV30 (Medium Weight) platform is the general name for the 20-30 ton class modern high performance family of vehicles, derived from the highly successful FNSS ACV15 and ACV19. The ACV30 vehicle has a greater suspension capacity and improved power pack performance offering significant more power capacity than ACV 15 and ACV 19. This additional performance means that the ACV30 platform is able to carry significant higher payloads which include weapon stations mounting 105 mm guns and heavy air defence systems. ACV30 platform chassis is provided with a unique, space laminated armor system combining steel and aluminium technology to provide a high level of armor protection against direct KE threats. Also, the hull provides protection against mines. The vehicle configuration(s) can be tailored in accordance with customer operational requirements into a true family of vehicles which can be utilized by cavalry, infantry, MBTs support vehicles and artillery.

    ACV-30 Technical Specifications

    AIR DEFENCE WEAPON CARRIER & RADAR VEHICLE CONFIGURATION
    Technical

    Engine 600 hp
    Transmission Fully Automatic
    Suspension Torsion Bar
    Electrical System 24 V
    Steering System Through Transmission
    APU 14 kW

    Performance

    Max. Road Speed 65 km/h
    Water Speed 6 km/h (in Dead Water)
    Swimming Capability in 1.1 km/h Current Velocity
    Fording Capability in 1 m Depth
    Max Road Range 500 km
    Gradient 60 %
    Side Slope 30 %
    Trench Crossing 2 m
    Vertical Obstacle 0,90 m
    Power/Weight Ratio 20 hp/ton

    General

    Crew 3 (Including Driver)
    Combat Weight 29,500 kg
    Length 7.07 m
    Width 3.9 m
    Height Hull Roof 2.2 m
    Height Overall 3.62 m
    Ground Clearance 0.39 m (Minimum)
    NBC System Positive Pressure Type
    Air Conditioning
    Spot Cooling
    Heating System Dry Type and Wet Type
    Automatic Fire Suppression in Engine and Crew Compartment
    Night Vision Periscope AN/VVS-2
    Environmental Conditions -32o C to +44o C
    Ballistic Protection STANAG 4569 Level 4
    (For Ammunition of Kinetic Energy)
    Ballistic Protection STANAG 4569 Level 2a
    (For Land Mine)
    Soft Kill Capability Smoke Grenade Launcher


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