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    M60A3 [KADDB Upgrade]

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    AL-HUSSEIN [Variant 1]

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    AB1

    TRACKED ARMOURED RECOVERY VEHICLE

    The AB1 is an M60 converted to an armoured recovery vehicle by Jordan.
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    AB1P2

    TRACKED ARMOURED RECOVERY VEHICLE

    The AB1 P2 aka Monjed-P2 is based the M60 chassis. This is the version that was ordered by the Jordanian Army who have 20 examples.

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    MAZIN

    TANK, MB, 120MM

    The Mazin [Lit: Phoenix] is the latest model of the AB9 series, fitted with a Swiss-made 120CTG-gun, a new FCS from Raytheon, HIRE 1 thermal imager and a modular armour kit.

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    A solar panel that follows the sun:



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    Nimr (HMTV)

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    Nimr-II

    The NIMR II High Mobility Tactical Vehicle (HMTV) was developped and manufactured by a joint venture between Jordan's King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) and Bin Jabr Enterprises of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The original vehicles have been designed to meet the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces stringent requirements and are in series production. There are a number of the NIMR HMTV in production utilising both 4x4 and 6x6 technologies. These high mobility robust vehicles have been designed to ouperform other vehicles in their class providing greter power and load-carrying capability whilst being reliable and multi-mission capable. The Nimr II vehicle has been designed to carry out military, police and peacekeeping missions in the Middle East area thanks to a cooling system that allows the vehicle to withstand the desert climate with temperatures ranging from -25 to 55 Celsius. In February 2099, Libyan government has signed an agreement with Bin Jabr Group for 120 NIMRs. Bin Jabr Group will manufacture and deliver 120 NIMR 4x4 multimission combat platforms to the Libyan Armed Forces, according to local news. A Pro-Gadhafi Libyan Army NIMR II Armored Vehicle was seen in Zawiyah, March 17, 2011, during news of the national Libyan television, which confirms the delivery of NIMR II to the Libyan armed forces.

    Variants

    NIMR II vehicles serve as cargo/troop carrier, automatic weapon platform, ambulance, missile carrier, communication/shelter carriers amongst many other roles.

    Armament

    Various types of remote weapon stations and turrets incorporating 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine guns, 40mm automatic grenade launcher can be adapted to the NIMR II range of vehicles.

    Protection

    Special Composite Ceramic Armor system protects the vehicle against the most deadly weapon threats. The basic armour provides all-round protection against small arms at the Level 1 STANAG 4569 and mine protection 6 kg TNT under the wheels. The NIMR II structure is capable to receive an add-on ballistic protection kit which provides a mine protection Level 3a/2b, and ballistic protection STANAG 4569 Level 3 and 4.

    Propulsion

    The basic NIMR II uses a 4x4 chassis The NIMR II is powered by a Cummins ISBe 320 engines developing 320 HP of power and coupled coupled to a Allison MD 3060 6-speed automatic transmission. The NIMR II can run at a maximum speed road of 135 km/h with a cruise range of 800 km.

    Accessories

    Optional equipment is available and includes a self-recovery winch, NBC kit, GPS, and supplemental armour for ballistic and blast protection. The cooling system with extra large radiators is specially designed for UAE worst weather conditions. All the drive and propeller shafts are with constant velocity joints providing the vehicle with vibration free ride at higher speeds on highways.

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    Al Tha'Lab

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    Product Description

    Al Tha'lab Long Range Patrol Vehicle (LRPV) is a cost-effective patrol vehicle designed for Internal Security, Reconnaissance and Border Patrol Forces.

    Operational Roles

    The vehicle has been designed to fulfill the following roles:

    Surveillance and Reconnaissance (SR)
    Whilst conducting SR tasks, the vehicle's primary role is to place a patrol into an area of operations where a target may be observed.

    Offensive Action (OA)

    Whilst conducting OA tasks, the vehicle's primary role is to be a highly mobile weapons platform from which the mounted support weapons may be used to their best effect (to deliver effective and precise fire into a selected target with sustained accuracy).

    Urban Operations

    Whilst conducting urban operations, the vehicle's primary role is to rapidly deliver assault and entry troops into upper levels of buildings, using the Urban Combat Access System (UCAS) ladder kit

    Casualty Evacuation

    Whilst conducting any task, the vehicle's secondary role is to provide the capacity to mount and secure two stretchers, within the role frame structure, to provide the means of emergency casualty evacuation.

    Crew

    LRPV is equipped with a safe and comfortable seating area for the driver and commander plus two crew members seated in the rear. All seating positions are encapsulated within a full Roll Over Protection System (ROPS).

    Support Weapons

    LRPV is equipped with front and rear weapon mounts for two support weapons. During weapons engagements, a static LRPV provides a stable and effective weapons platform.

    Radio / Communications

    LRPV can mount a full range of military radio and communications equipment. The vehicle is fitted with two Antenna mounting bases, plus power take off points for the radio equipment.

    Payioad

    LRPV has a large bulk load area, and is fitted with ammunition and equipment lockers that allows the crew to maintain a free and clear work area. The LRPV payioad is approximately 1,700 kg.

    Endurance / Range

    LRPV is capable of conducting operations over a range of 1,500 km without re-supply (four man crew, and ten days duration).

    High Mobility

    LRPV provides high levels of off-road mobility across rugged terrain. Comprehensive desert trials have been successfully conducted.

    Speed

    LRPV provides excellent speed and agility; dependent on ground conditions.

    Strength of Design
    LRPV is robust and can operate within remote areas of rugged terrain with limited or no support for prolonged periods.

    Field Maintenance

    LRPV is easily maintained in field conditions. Mechanical components are of a basic design and not overly reliant on electronic management system.

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    Al-Thalab patrol vehicle orders and deliveries

    The Jordanian Army ordered Al-Thalab vehicles in 2004 and took delivery of the same in 2006. It currently has over 200 Al-Thalab vehicles in service. Mauritania has also been operating the Al-Thalab LRP vehicles since 2006. Other countries, which deploy specialised units of the LRPV, include two NATO countries, one Middle East country and one Asian country.

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    Jorammo announces its awarding of a $43m contract by Jordan Armed Forces
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    At a press conference during IDEX 2009, the Jordan Ammunition Manufacturing and Services Company (Jorammo), announced the awarding of a $43m contract with the Jordan Armed Forces (JAF).

    A joint venture between the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau of Jordan (Kaddb), Mecar Sa of Belgium, and DMV Holdings, LLC of the US, Jorammo is a Jordanian based manufacturer of Small and Large Caliber ammunitions.

    Brig. Gen. Mohammad Farghal, Director of Strategic Planning at JAF issued a statement disclosing the contract entails Jorammo to provide JAF with its requirements of 60mm and 120mm Mortar Ammunition, Small Calibre Ammunition and Hand Grenades. Brig. Gen. Farghal expressed his confidence in Jorammo's technological capacity, managerial acumen and reliability to enhance Jordan's defence industrial base.

    Dr. Moayad Samman, Chairman and CEO of Kaddb, stated, "While JAF will always remain Kaddb's primary focus and customer, the Bureau is confident that Jorammo is strategically poised to make this contract the first of many from markets other than Jordan for small, medium and large calibre ammunition."

    Jorammo's Managing Director, Brig. Gen. Bassam Issa, also in attendance said, "We are on schedule to commence production of JAF requirements by mid October of this year." Further adding "JAF requirements will be met in two phases: first, the production of Hand Grenades and Large Calibre Ammunition; followed by the Small Calibre Ammunition."

    Brig. Gen Issa delineated the initial production line will include small calibre ammunition (5.56mm, 7.62mm and 9mm), large calibre ammunition (105mm MBT, 120mm MBT, 105mm Howitzer, 155mm Howitzer, 60mm Mortar, 120mm Mortar) and Hand Grenade with near-future plans for the addition of Rifle Grenades, smoothbore tank gun and eastern weapons ammunition. Adding that the production process will include: large calibre assembly, small calibre cartridge case manufacture, small calibre bullet manufacture, and small calibre assembly.

    Established in early 2008, Jorammo (initially announced as 'JAMS' seeks to become one of the largest military and commercial ammunition manufacturers in the Middle East and Africa by designing, developing, manufacturing, marketing, supplying, and testing the company's small, medium, and large calibre ammunition.

    Jorammo production facility, currently under engineering, construction and development, is scheduled for full operations in 2010. It is situated in the Kaddb Industrial Park, just 45 km Northeast of Amman. The Facility will occupy a total area of 244,000sqm with first stage buildings area of 4800sqm including an independent administration building.

    The Jorammo facility will be among the most advanced and best managed munitions production facilities worldwide. Production will be achieved by state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and technology, expert production and engineering practices, and supply chain management.

    The manufacturing process will benefit from the presence of an advanced ballistics laboratory in which state-of-the-art precision instrumentation will test and monitor ammunition performance, including velocity, pressure, accuracy and impact.

    The Facility will also engage in the improvement and development of ammunition for its client base through its Research & Development strategic expansion capabilities. With joint engineering and technical contributions from Mecar, JAF and associated organizations, Jorammo will ensure meeting, and in many cases exceeding the technical requirements of JAF and other military forces, regionally and worldwide.
     
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    Since there is nothing new in Jordanian defense news, I will merge all separated topics in this one, as I have been doing recently.