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BMP-3 Khrizantema  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2014
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: Khrizantema-S
Origin: Russia
Corporations: KBM, KRET and Kurganmashzavod
Parent System: BMP-3
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1988
Total Production: ?
Family Members: BMP-3, BMP-3 Derivation, BMP-3 Dragoon, BMP-3 Vikhr, BMP-3F, BMP-3M, BMP-3MA, BREM-L, BRM-3K, RKhM-5, Sprut-SD, Sprut-SDM1 and VENA
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Description: The BMP-3 is a tracked, NBC-protected, Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) designed to transport infantry troops protected under armor and to engage on the move enemy troops, armored vehicles, low-flying helicopters, materiel and fortifications. The BMP-3 is the last member of Soviet BMP family of armored vehicles. The BMP-3 features enhanced cross country mobility and a water jet propulsion system (with two water jets) for amphibious operations. Its lightweight hull design enables BMP-3 to be airlifted easily by C-130 Hercules- or Antonov An-12-sized military tactical transport aircraft.

The BMP-3 powerplant is located in the rear compartment, gunner and commander are located in the turret, the driver is in the front compartment with 2 infantry troops and the remaining infantry troops are accommodated in the rear compartment separated from the engine compartment by a bulkhead. Doors and hatches are located to allow quick mounting and dismounting the vehicle. Its hull is made of armored aluminum plates with spaced steel-aluminum in the frontal sector.

The BMP-3 Khrizantema is an anti-tank platform combining the Khrizantema anti-tank missile system and the BMP-3 multi-purpose chassis. It is powered by an UTD-29 500-hp diesel engine allowing a top speed of 70 kilometers per hour (kph) on road and 10 kph on water using waterjets. The weapon system is deployed through a remotely controlled mast with two missiles that can be reloaded automatically under armor protection. The vehicle only requires a crew of two-person and carries 13 missiles internally in addition to the two ready-to-fire missiles. The Khrizantema is a supersonic missile capable of piercing up to 1,000 mm of hardened armor at ranges of up to 6,000 meters. The first BMP-3 vehicle of this kind was first seen at the Red Square parade in Moscow April 2014.

BMP-3 Khrizantema Specifications

Ammunition Load: 15
Crew: 2
Rolling Rubber Wheels: 6
Dimensions
Height: 3.57 meter (141 inch)
Length: 7.20 meter (283 inch)
Width: 3.15 meter (124 inch)
Energy
Max Torque: 1,460 Nm
Performance
Main Gun Max Range: 6,000 meter
Max Range: 600 kilometer (373 mile)
Power
Power: 500 hp (373 kW)
Speed
Cross Country Speed: 45 kph (12.5 mps)
Top Speed: 70 kph (43 mph)
Top Swimming Speed: 10 kph (5.40 knot)
Weight
Combat Weight: 18,700 kilogram (41,226 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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BMP-3 Khrizantema News

There are 3 news between
17 Jun 2015 and 30 Jun 2017
Friday, June 30, 2017Azerbaijan Takes Delivery of Khrizantema-S Anti-Tank Missile Systems
Saturday, November 19, 2016Russia Developing Self-Propelled, Fire-and-Forget, Anti-Tank Missile System
Wednesday, June 17, 2015UAE to Buy Khrizantema-S Antitank Missile Systems

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