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Worldwide Equipment Guide

By Redman, Tom

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Book Id: WPLBN0000217764
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Reproduction Date: 2008
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Title: Worldwide Equipment Guide  
Author: Redman, Tom
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Redman, T. (n.d.). Worldwide Equipment Guide. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: This Worldwide Equipment Guide (WEG) serves as an interim guide for use in training, simulations, and modeling until the publication of equipment FM. The WEG supports the draft OPFOR FM series (100-7) for the Contemporary Operational Environment (COE). It provides the basic characteristics of selected equipment and weapons systems readily available to the OPFOR, and generally listed in either FM 100-60, Armor- and Mechanized-Based Opposing Force: Organization Guide or FM 100-63, Infantry-Based Opposing Force: Organization Guide. Selected weapons systems and equipment are included in the categories of infantry weapons, infantry vehicles, reconnaissance vehicles, tanks/assault vehicles, antitank, artillery, air defense, engineer and logistic systems, rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft, and communications equipment.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Memorandum, 24 Sep 2001 ...................................... *i Introduction ............................................................ *vii Table: Units of Measure........................................... ix Errata Notes................................................................ x Supplement Page Changes.................................... *xiii 1. INFANTRY WEAPONS ................................... 1-1 Small Arms AK-74 5.45-mm Assault Rifle ............................. 1-3 RPK-74 5.45-mm Light Machinegun................... 1-4 AK-47 7.62-mm Assault Rifle .......................... 1-4.1 Sniper Rifles...................................................... 1-4.3 SVD 7.62-mm Sniper Rifle............................... 1-4.5 Barrett .50-Cal Anti-materiel Rifle ................... 1-4.6 PKM 7.62-mm General Purpose MG................... 1-5 NSV 12.7-mm Heavy MG ................................... 1-6 AGS-17 30-mm Auto Grenade Launcher ............ 1-7 GP-30 40-mm Under-Barrel Grenade Launcher.. 1-8 W-87 35-mm Auto Grenade Launcher............ *1-8.1 Table: Infantry Weapon Night Vision Systems*1-8.2 Recoilless Weapons Table: Selected Infantry Weapons ................. *1-8.4 SPG-9 73-mm Recoilless Gun ............................. 1-9 Carl Gustaf M2 84-mm Recoilless Rifle............ 1-10 RPG-7V 40-mm ATGL...................................... 1-11 Panzerfaust-3 60-mm ATGL.............................. 1-13 M67 90-mm Recoilless Gun ........................... 1-10.1 RPG-29 105-mm ATGL .................................... 1-14 Armbrust 67-mm Disposable ATGL.................. 1-15 RPG-22 72-mm Disposable ATGL.................... 1-16 AT-4 84-mm Disposable ATGL ........................ 1-17 RPO Infantry Rocket Flame Weapon................. 1-18 RPO-A Series Infantry Rocket Flame Weapon.. 1-19 M40 106-mm Recoilless Rifle ........................... 1-20 B-10 82-mm Recoilless Gun .............................. 1-21 M60 82-mm Recoilless Gun .............................. 1-22 B-11 107-mm Recoilless Gun ............................ 1-23 2. INFANTRY VEHICLES................................... 2-1 Armored Personnel Carriers BOV-M ............................................................. 2-4.1 BTR-152............................................................ 2-4.2 BTR-60PA ........................................................... 2-5 BTR-60PB......................................................... 2-6.1 BTR-80................................................................. 2-7 BTR-80A.............................................................. 2-8 BTR-D Airborne APC.......................................... 2-9 M113A1 ............................................................. 2-10 MT-LB Light Armored Multi-purpose Vehicle . 2-11 Pandur ............................................................. 2-11.1 Page V-150................................................................. 2-12 VTT-323 ......................................................... 2-12.1 WZ 551 ........................................................... 2-12.2 YW 531A/531C/Type 63 Vehicle Series........... 2-13 YW 531H/Type 85 Vehicle Series ................... 2-14 Infantry Fighting Vehicles AMX-10P IFV................................................... 2-15 BMD-1 Airborne Fighting Vehicle.................... 2-17 BMD-3 Airborne Fighting Vehicle.................... 2-19 BMP-1 IFV..................................................... 2-20.1 BMP-1P IFV...................................................... 2-21 BMP-2 IFV........................................................ 2-23 BMP-3 IFV........................................................ 2-25 Marder 1IFV ................................................... 2-26.1 Warrior IFV ....................................................... 2-27 Kliver IFV/APC Turret..................

 

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