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1V152 FDC Kapustnik-B Russian 8x8 Amphibious Command and Fire Control Vehicle

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notes"The 1V152 is called a “unified command vehicle;” of somewhat modular interior design, there are two versions of the 1V152, a FIST vehicle and an FDC vehicle. Both carry the same designation, but have different equipment and different capabilities. The BTR-80 1V152 version is used by battalion commanders and forward observers in field artillery units. This variant contains special navigation, range finding, and vision equipment. The 1V152 FDC is the fire control component of the 1V152 system. In its original iteration, the 1V152 FDC carries two data-capable long-range radios, a medium-range radio, and a short-range radio. The 1V152 FDC has a limited computer able to compute fire solutions (though only two at a time), and use the data transmitted by FIST vehicles (manual input must be used). The 1V152 FDC uses the same turret as the BTR-80 from which it derived, but that turret does not have the PKT coaxial machinegun. On the roof is a 10-meter collapsible antenna, and several advanced whip antennas which are longer than normal whip antennas. The original 1V152 FDC is equipped with an inertial navigation system with gyroscopic backup. It has a survey system to help lay out firing positions for the guns, mortars, or MRLs. Newer 1V152 FDCs add a third long-range radio, a more capable computer able to calculate multiple fire solutions at once as well as fully and semi-automatically integrate information from FIST vehicles with much reduced user input. The newer 1V152 FDC also adds a GLONASS system and a hand-held laser rangefinder to help determine proper firing positions for its guns, mortars, or MRLs; this laser rangefinder can be connected to the computer by a cable, and directly input its information. The 1V152 also carries an assortment of manual aids to producing fire positions and determining firing positions, in case of equipment failure. The 1V152 FDC carries an internal 4kW generator to power its electronics while the engine is turned off."
dateOfIntroduction1986
countryOfOrigin"Russia (RUS)"
proliferation"Russian Federation"
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name"APC BTR 80 UNSH TKRD 1V152"
string"01.01.222.002.013.004.000"
images
"Kapustnik.jpg"
sections
name"System"
properties
name"Alternative Designation"
value"1V152 FDC"
name"Description"
value"8 X 8 wheeled APC as an upgrade to the BTR-70; 7 soldiers exit through 2 side doors; 4 firing ports on the right & 3 firing ports on the left"
name"Manufacturer"
value"Arzamas"
name"In Service"
value"1986-Present"
name"Chassis"
value"BTR-80"
name"Crew"
value"3"
units"ea"
name"Personnel"
value"7"
units"ea"
name"Inertial Navigation"
value"Yes"
name"Gyroscopic Backup"
value"Yes"
name"Note"
value"The crew enter and exit through enlarged side hatches, which are clamshell hatches opening upwards and downwards"
name"Dimensions (Chassis: BTR-80)"
properties
name"Length"
value"7.7"
units"m"
name"Width"
value"2.9"
units"m"
name"Height"
value"2.41"
units"m"
name"Weight, Combat"
value"13.6"
units"tons"
name"Automotive (Chassis: BTR-80)"
properties
name"Engine Name"
value"KamAZ-7403"
name"Engine Type"
value"Water-cooled, V8 Diesel"
name"Automotive Performance"
value"260"
units"hp"
name"Range, Cruising"
value"600"
units"km"
name"Speed, Maximum Road"
value"80"
units"km/h"
name"Speed, Maximum Off-Road"
value"60"
units"km/h"
name"Speed, Maximum Swim"
value"10"
units"km/h"
name"Gradient"
value"60"
units"%"
name"Side Slope"
value"40"
units"%"
name"Vertical Step"
value"0.5"
units"m"
name"Trench"
value"2.0"
units"m"
name"Fording Depth"
value"Amphibious"
units"m"
name"Winch"
value"Yes, The 1V152s have a winch in the front with a capacity of 4.5 tons and 60 meters of cable"
name"Internal Generator"
value"Yes, The 1V152 FDC carries an internal 4kW generator to power its electronics while the engine is turned off"
name"Communications"
sections
name"Radio #1"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Type"
value"Long-Range Radio"
name"Data Capable"
value"Yes"
name"Radio #2"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Type"
value"Long-Range Radio"
name"Data Capable"
value"Yes"
name"Radio #3"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Type"
value"Medium-Range Radio"
name"Data Capable"
value"INA"
name"Radio #4"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Type"
value"Short-Range Radio"
name"Data Capable"
value"INA"
properties
name"Antenna"
value"There are special, folding or retractable antennas on the front left of the passenger compartment, on the right rear of the same compartment, and on the front left of the bow roof"
name"Note"
value"There is very little information about the type of Radios the 1V152 are equipped with"
name"Main Weapons System"
sections
name"System"
properties
name"Name"
value"KPVT 14.5mm Heavy Machine Gun (KPV)"
name"Type"
value"Heavy Machine Gun (KPV)"
name"Caliber"
value"14.5 mm"
units"mm"
name"Manufacturer"
value"V.A. Degtyarev Plant"
name"In Service"
value"1949-Present"
name"Proliferated"
value"Widely Proliferated Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Armenia Bangladesh Benin Bulgaria: locally produced Cambodia Cameroon Congo China: Type 56 machine gun, produced by Norinco Cuba Czechoslovakia (ex) Egypt Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland (KPVT) Georgia Guinea-Bissau Hungary India - Manufactured at Ordnance Factory Tiruchirappalli Iraq- Iraqi Armed Forces Popular Mobilization Forces Iraqi Kurdistan Iran Islamic State Ivory Coast Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades Laos Lebanon Libya Malawi Mali - Armed and Security Forces of Mali Malta - North Korea-made KPVs Mongolia Mozambique Myanmar North Korea Nicaragua Pakistan: Used by the Pakistan Army. Panama Poland Romania: KPV and KPVT built under license Russia Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic São Tomé and Príncipe Serbia (KPVT) Sierra Leone: Chinese QJG56 and Polish KPVT Slovenia (KPVT) Somalia South Africa Sudan Syria Togo Ukraine Yemen Vietnam Tanzania Zimbabwe"
name"Weight"
value"49"
units"kg"
name"Length, Total"
value"1.980"
units"mm"
name"Barrel Length"
value"1,346"
units"mm"
name"Width"
value"162"
units"mm"
name"Height"
value"225"
units"mm"
name"Rate of Fire"
value"600"
units"rds/min"
name"Maximum Firing Range"
value"4,000"
units"m"
name"Effective Firing Range"
value"3,000"
units"m"
name"Feed System"
value"40-round belt"
name"Sights"
value"iron or optical"
name"Maximum Elevation"
value"+60"
units"deg"
name"Minimum Elevation"
value"-4"
units"deg"
name"Fire on the Move"
value"Yes"
name"Ammunition"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Type"
value"API-T"
name"Caliber"
value"14.5"
units"mm"
name"Cartridge"
value"14.5×114 mm"
name"Muzzle Velocity"
value"1,005"
units"m/s"
name"Effective Range (Day)"
value"2,000"
units"m"
name"Effective Range (Night)"
value"INA"
name"Tactical Range"
value"1,500-2,000"
units"m"
name"Armor Penetration"
value"20 at 1,000 m/ 30 at 500 m"
name"Basic Load"
value"500"
units"ea"
name"Note"
value"Additional Ammo includes: API, I-T"
name"Auxiliary Weapon System"
properties
name"Note"
value"The 1V152 FDC uses the same turret as the BTR-80 from which it derived, but that turret does not have the PKT coaxial machine gun"
name"Fire Control"
properties
name"Name"
value"INA"
name"Computerized FCS"
value"Yes. The 1V152 FDC has a limited computer able to compute fire solutions (though only two at a time), and use the data transmitted by FIST vehicles (manual input must be used)"
name"Computerized FCS Upgrade"
value"Newer 1V152 FDCs add a more capable computer able to calculate multiple fire solutions at once as well as fully and semi-automatically integrate information from FIST vehicles with much reduced user input"
name"Gunner Day Sights"
value"1P3-6, 1.2x/4x"
name"Main Gun Stabilization"
value"No"
name"Infrared Searchlight"
value"OU-3GA2M"
name"Night Vision"
value"Name: INA; extensive night vision equipment. Passive IR (D, C), Advanced Active/Passive IR (Turret), Image Intensification (C, Turret), Thermal Imaging (Turret)"
name"Day Vision"
value"Name: INA; extensive Day vision equipment"
name"Laser Rangefinder"
value"Yes"
name"Vision Blocks"
value"The commander and driver have vision blocks to the front and to their respective sides to supplement this, and each have a night vision block"
name"Turret Elevation"
value"The turret has electric traverse and elevation"
name"Survey System"
value"a survey system to help lay out firing positions for the guns, mortars, or MRLs"
name"GLONASS System"
value"Yes"
name"Hand-Held Laser Rangefinder"
value"Yes, to help determine proper firing positions for its guns, mortars, or MRLs; this laser rangefinder can be connected to the computer by a cable, and directly input its information"
name"Note"
value"The 1V152 also carries an assortment of manual aids to producing fire positions and determining firing positions, in case of equipment failure"
name"Protection"
properties
name"Hull Armor"
value"Front armor of the BTR-80 APC protects against 12.7 mm rounds. All-round protection is against 7.62 mm rounds and artillery shell splinters."
name"Turret Armor"
value"Protection against 12.7mm and shrapnel"
name"Bullet-Resistant Windows"
value"Yes"
name"Applique Armor"
value"Available"
name"Explosive Reactive Armor"
value"INA"
name"Active Protection System"
value"INA"
name"Mine Clearing"
value"INA"
name"Self-Entrenching Blade"
value"INA"
name"NBC Protection"
value"Yes, Collective"
name"Radiological Shielding"
value"Yes"
name"Smoke Equipment"
value"The turret has a cluster of four smoke grenade launchers on either side of the turret"
variants
name"BTR-80 (GAZ-5903)"
notes"Original w/ 3 firing ports on each side & smoke grenade launchers."
name"BTR-80A (GAZ-59034"
notes"Stabilized turret w/ 2A72 gun, 7.62-mm coax MG, & new right side firing port."
name"BTR-80AK"
notes"BTR-80A CP variant with 1 firing port on right side and 2 whip antennas at rear corners"
name"BTR-80K (GAZ-59031)"
notes"Command Post for 6; different turret w/ MGs & 3 radios (R-173, R-173P & R-159)"
name"BTR-80 Kushetka-B (M1989/1)"
notes"Command vehicle with additional communications gear & gun removed"
name"BTR-80 PBKM (KM-80)"
notes"Command vehicle with increased radio communications equipment"
name"BTR-805"
notes"Modular turret armaments system (14.5-mm KPVT MG) & better fire control/sights"
name"BTR-80 with Cummins Diesel"
notes"Western Cummins 6CTA 8.3-C250 diesel engine test model; road speed to 100 km/h and range to 600 km"
name"BTR-82/BTR-82A (Russia & Kazakhstan)"
notes"Latest version; see separate WEG sheet"
name"BTR-80UP (Ukraine)"
notes"BTR-80 with 300hp engine improved armor protection & air conditioning"
name"BTR-80UP-KB (Ukraine)"
notes"Battalion level command vehicle"
name"BTR-80UP-KR (Ukraine)"
notes"Company level command vehicle"
name"BTR-80UP-S (Ukraine)"
notes"Staff Vehicle"
name"BTR-80UP-M (Ukraine)"
notes"Battlefield Ambulance"
name"BTR-80UP-BREM (Ukraine)"
notes"ARV"
name"BTR-80UP-R (Ukraine)"
notes"Dedicated reconnaissance vehicle"
name"BTR-80UP-T (Ukraine)"
notes"Dedicated cargo transport variant"
name"KShM Kushetka-B (Ukraine)"
notes"Command vehicle based upon the K1Sh1"
name"BTR-94 (Ukraine)"
notes"Amphibious armored car with twin 23-mm 2A7M guns (same guns as the ZSU-23-4)"
name"BTR-3U/Okhotnik (Guardian) (Ukraine)"
notes"2001 BTR-94 upgrade w/ Shkval 1man turret w/ 30-mm gun, twin AT-5 ATGM launchers, 30-mm AGL, & a 7.62-mm MG. Jordanian version uses twin 23-mm gun & donated to the new Iraqi armed forces"
name"BTR-3E1 (Ukraine)"
notes"Export BTR-3U with the Shturm turret; 30-mm ZTM cannon, a 40mm AGL, & a 7.62-mm MG & a twin Barrier ATGM system."
name"BTR-4 (Ukraine)"
notes"Soldiers enter & leave the vehicle through rear doors; Grom overhead weapons station with 30-mm automatic cannon, 7.62mm coax MG, & up to 4 9P135M Konkurs or Baryer ATGM missiles, & 1 30-mm AGL"
name"BTR-80 GKKO (Hungary)"
notes"Proposed vehicle with additional observation equipment, but no turret"
name"BTR-80M (Hungary)"
notes"1993 Improvement with 240-hp DMZ-238M2 series engine"
name"BTR-80 MPAEJ (Hungary)"
notes"Battlefield engineer variant without turret"
name"BTR-80 MPFJ (Hungary)"
notes"Obstacle clearance vehicle without armament"
name"BTR-80 MVJ (Hungary)"
notes"ARV"
name"BTR-80 SKJ (Hungary)"
notes"Battlefield ambulance variant with enlarged passenger compartment"
name"BTR-80 VSV (Hungary)"
notes"NBC reconnaissance vehicle"
name"TAB Zimbru (B33)(Romania)"
notes"BTR-80 w/268hp Model 1240 V8-DTS engine, Romanian radios, & more 12.7-mm ammo storage space"
name"Zimbru 2000 (Romania)"
notes"Proposed improved TAB Zimbru with enlarged hull & 285-hp engine"
name"Saur 1 (Romania)"
notes"2006 prototype with 275hp Cummins engine, rear entry/exit doors & new turret"
name"Saur 2 (Romania)"
notes"Improved Saur 1 prototype"
name"BTR-80 "Caribe" (Columbia)"
notes"Colombian designation for BTR-80 with 12.7mm machine gun"
name"Kliver Turret System"
notes"Prototype with the Kliver turret (see separate entry)"
name"ZS-96"
notes"PSYOP variant w/ loudspeakers"
name"ZS-88"
notes"Loudspeakers for PSYOP operations and riot control"
name"“Tajfun”"
notes"Prototype proposed for base security forces with a 7.62mm MG & the Kredo-1 radar"
name"UNSh"
notes"Standardized name for expanded chassis, but called Kusheta-B, ACRV, & BM"
name"SPR-2 Wide Band Jamming System"
notes"Turretless w/ large telescopic antenna to neutralize artillery shells with proximity fuses"
name"RKhM-4-02"
notes"Upgraded RKhM-4 NBC reconnaissance vehicle"
name"RKhM-4-01"
notes"Improved/modernized RKhM4 NBC vehicle"
name"RKhM-4 NBC Reconnaissance Vehicle"
notes"Outfitted with NBC equipment"
name"RPM-2 (NKR)"
notes"Radiological Reconnaissance Vehicle that first appeared in 2000"
name"R-439-MD2"
notes"Satellite communications vehicle"
name"R-439-BK1"
notes"Improved R-439-BK satellite communications vehicle"
name"R-439-BK (Legenda 2BK)"
notes"Satellite communications vehicle"
name"R-165B"
notes"Short-wave signal/ communications vehicle"
name"R-149BM4A"
notes"Command and Signal Vehicle"
name"R-149BMR"
notes"Signal/Communications vehicle"
name"PU-12M7 (9S482MU)"
notes"Improved PU-12M6 FA battery command vehicle"
name"PU-12M6 (9S482M6)"
notes"Field Artillery (FA) battery command vehicle"
name"P-240BTZ"
notes"Switchboard platform"
name"K1Sh1 (GAZ-59032) (UNSH)"
notes"Command Post with enlarged hull w/o turret armament"
name"E-351BrM"
notes"Mobile power station with diesel/electric generator"
name"BREM-K (GAZ-59033) ARV"
notes"Armored recovery vehicle with A-frame, tow bars, & stabilizers"
name"BMM-80 (GAZ-59039 or Simfoniya)"
notes"Battlefield ambulance for 9 sitting or 2 litter patients"
name"BMM-3"
notes"Battlefield ambulance used as a mobile field hospital"
name"BMM-2"
notes"Battlefield ambulance for use at the battalion level for field treatment"
name"BMM-1"
notes"Battlefield ambulance for first aid & MEDVAC operations"
name"BMM"
notes"Medical series; BMM-1 (ambulance), BMM-2 (Bn Aid Stn), & BMM-3 (Bde Aid Stn)"
name"2S23 (Nona-SVK) SP GunMortar System (Fire Support Vehicle)"
notes"Breach-loaded 2A60 120-mm rifled mortar/gun system similar to the 2S9"
name"BTR-80 R-975"
notes"Forward air control vehicle"
name"BTR-80 1V152"
notes"Artillery C2 & forward observation vehicle w/ range finding, navigation & new optics"
type"WEG"
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