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NEWGreek PZH 2000









The PzH 2000 (Panzerhaubitze 2000) is the 155mm self propelled howitzer developed by Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) together with the main sub-contractor Rheinmetall Landsysteme for the German Army. KMW received a contract in 1996 for production of 185 units. The first system was delivered in July 1998 and deliveries for this batch are complete. Rheinmetall (formerly MaK) delivers the complete chassis for all series vehicles. Total German Army requirement is expected to be around 450 units. PzH 2000 has also been selected by the Italian, Dutch and Greek Armies. The Greek Army has 24 systems, delivered between July 2003 and June 2004. A German / Italian co-production programme with Consorzio Iveco-Oto Melara is planned to provide the 70 units for the Italian Army, with deliveries from 2005-08. The Dutch have signed a contract for the procurement of for 57 units for delivery from 2005-09.

In May 2001, during test firings for the Hellenic Army, the PzH 2000 fired 20 rounds all to ranges exceeding 40km (41.8km maximum). The ranges were achieved using M2000BB Assegai shells from Naschem/Denel of South Africa, in combination with the Rheinmetall DM 72 modular charge system. In November 2002, in live firings in Sweden, a similar range was achieved with Rheinmetall's new long range RH 40 BB ammunition, also fired with the modular charge system.

A PzH 2000 howitzer turret has been mounted on the deck of German Navy F124 frigate, Hamburg, as a demonstration of the feasibility of the system for naval applications. The concept is called MONARC and requires a flexible elastic mounting.

 
 
 
 

TOWED HOWITZER Μ56 105 mil



SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE :  10.000 m.
RATE OF FIRE :  10 r/min.
WEIGHT :  1,8 t.
AMMUNITION : HIGH EXPLOSIVE (HE)



TOWED HOWITZER Μ101 105 mil.





SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE : 11.275 m.
RATE OF FIRE : 4 r/min.
WEIGHT :  2,26 t.
AMMUNITION : HIGH EXPLOSIVE (HE)

HE ANTITANK



TOWED HOWITZER 114 - 155 mm.





SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE :  14.650 m.
RATE OF FIRE :  3 r/min.
WEIGHT :  6,35 t.
AMMUNITION : HIGH EXPLOSIVE





S/P HOWITZER 109 A1- 155 mm



 SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE :   23.500 m.
RATE OF FIRE :  4 r/min.
WEIGHT :   24 t.
AMMUNITION : : HIGH EXPLOSIVE-HERA

ILLUMINATE SMOKE






S/P HOWITZER 109 A2-A3GEA1-A5 155 mm













SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE :   30.000 m.
RATE OF FIRE :  4 r/min.
WEIGHT :   24,1 t.
AMMUNITION : : HIGH EXPLOSIVE-HERA

ILLUMINATE

SMOKE

BOMBLET

S/P HOWITZER Μ107 175 mil.







SPECIFICATION
FIRING RANGE :   32.700 m.
RATE OF FIRE :  1 r/min.
WEIGHT :   28,17 t.
AMMUNITION : : HIGH EXPLOSIVE (HE)

ILLUMINATE

S/P HOWITZER M110 Α2 8''.











SPECIFICATION
FIRING RANGE :  30.000 m.
RATE OF FIRE :: 3 r./2 min.
WEIGHT :  26,3 t.
AMMUNITION : HIGH EXPLOSIVE

HERA

BOMBLET

 
 
 

 

Below: A Resupply Vechile with 2 salvo pods on board.



SPECIFICATION

FIRING RANGE :  20.380 m..
RATE OF FIRE :  40 rocket/20 sec.
WEIGHT :  25,3 t.
AMMUNITION : HIGH EXPLOSIVE

MULTIPLE LAUNCH 
ROCKET SYSTEM 270








 


 

SPECIFICATION
FIRING RANGE :  32.000 m.(Μ26)
RATE OF FIRE :  1 rocket/4 sec.
AMMUNITION :  HIGH EXPLOSIVE

ATACAMS

BOMBLET 

Greek Cypriot 155mm ShKH Zuzana
The Zuzana 155mm Self Propelled Gun Howitzer is artillery gun for using of 155 mm ammunition, which is part of equipment of NATO states. Because of the long gun-range, cadence, accuracy fire, mechanization of service operations, system of fire control and manoeuvrability this Howitzer comes under group of the most modern guns in the world. This gun is intended for demolition of tactical, explorational and firing instruments of enemy, for destruction of constant and field defence works, tanks and another armed targets by direct fire or by blind fire. The Howitzer is equipped by system of fire control, connecting mechanism, cross-country navigation and wherewithalls for calculation of ballistics and diagnostics.



Provided that all operational requirements are met, the assembled 155 mm SpGH will provide the reliable operation in the following conditions:
- within the temperature limits from -30oC up to +50oC
- at the relative humidity of 98% at 25oC
- at the precipitation intensity of 300 mm.h-1
- at the dust (sand) weight concentration of 2 g.m-3
- at the vehicle inclination up to 5 deg. At any direction



BALLISTIC DATA:

Barrel:
Calibre: 155 mm
Length: 45 calibres

Projectiles:
Type: M107, ERFB-BT, ERFB-BB
Shell mass - with generator (ERFB-BB): 48.0 kg
- with no generator (ERFB-BT): 45,5 kg
- M107: 43,1 kg
Powder charge mass (maximum): 17,5 kg








Greek & Cypriot National Guard Deploy MM40BC EXOCET Missiles

MM40BC EXOCET


The combat-proven Exocet is a sea-skimming, subsonic, fire-and-forget, anti-ship missile. It entered service in 1975 with the French Navy. The guidance system consists of an inertial navigation system and an active radar seeker for the terminal phase. Exocet features a 165 kg shaped charge warhead.

It is one of the most popular anti-ship missiles in the western hemisphere. More than 3,300 Exocet missiles have been produced for 33 countries.

The MM40BC is the designation of ground vehicle launched MM40 Exocet missiles. MM40BC missiles are used for coastal defense and retain the main features of the long range MM40 missile.

Specifications
Diameter/Caliber 350 mm (13.78 in) -
Length 5.8 m (19 ft) -
Max Range 72,000 m (236,220 ft) -
Max Weight 870 kg (1,918 lb) -
Span 1.1 m (4 ft) -
Max Speed 309 mps (Mach 0.93) -
Warhead 165 kg (364 lb) -


http://www.deagel.com/Anti-Platform-Missiles/MM40BC-Exocet_a001135005.aspx


The loading of the EXOCET Missiles







The Comand & Control vehicle


The ESM system NS-9003/A of Elisra


The “Score” Radar



 

 


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