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- The plan to build up the light tank brigade in the IDF.!!
Chapter No. 3 Chinese model 96 combat vehicles, and VN-17 model combat APCs in the light brigades. In addition, to the heavy tank brigades in which Merkava tanks and Medium tanks will serve together, and the medium brigades with there medium tanks ('Panther') will serve together there is room for another type of armored brigades called "Light Brigades". These brigades will not have Merkava tanks, they will mainly have Chinese type 96 tanks (photo No’- 1) and Chinese IFV called VN-17. (Picture #2) China has about 2,500 type 96 tanks and I would love to purchase them all. The light tank brigade will have some battalions and they are: 1. 2-3 battalion of Chinese Combat Vehicles upgraded from the type 96 tank 2. 1 battalions of VN-17 IFV. 3. 18-24 VN-17 vehicles carrying 120 mm mortar and loitering munition. The amount of the vehicles will be established after we will get some info, about the quantities of the type 96 that we can buy and the rate of the VN -17 manufactures that we can get. Lets say about 500 VN-17 and 1,500 type 96. Photo No’-1 the Chinese type 96 1. Upgrade type 96 tanks to Combat Vehicles. And the upgrades are: 1.1 Upgrade the power unit and everything related to the vehicle's mobility. 1.2 Install a new unmanned turret with a 57 mm cannon and replace the coaxial machine gun with a 25 mm cannon. 1.3 Install an "Autonomous Combat Unit" (ACU) behind the turret. 1.4 Install an anti-aircraft/anti-tank turret on top of the 57 mm turret. You can read about the upgrades in chapter #2 on the "medium tanks". 2. Upgrading the VN-17 combat IFV. The VN-17 is a heavy IFV that is manufactured in China and is a development based on the purity of Chinese thought and is not a copy of a Western or Russian vehicle. This vehicle weighs 30 tons, it's protected from 7.62 mm bullets and maybe the front is protected too. You can see that the vehicle is wrapped with reactive armor that upgrade his armor protection, it has 1,000 hp engine connected to an automatic transmission, the vehicle speed is 70 km/h and a travel range is 500 km. It carries a turret with 30 mm cannon and a 7.62 mm machine gun, and one anti-tank missiles installed on each side of the turret. In the turret are installed modern sighting devices and sensors. The commander and the gunner sit in the turret and the driver sits in the front of the turret. The vehicle carries 7 unloading fighters. In the vehicle we will do some upgrades: Upgrade of the turret. Instillation of the"Autonomous Combat Unit" (ACU) Istillation of AA/AT turret on the main turret. Photo No’-2 The Heavy IFV VN-17 1. Upgrade the turret. The origenal turret that we can see in photo No'-2 we will replace with the turret in photo No'-4. this turret carry 57 mm gun and machine gun in caliber of 7.62 mm. Photo No'-4 The BMP-3 with the turret AU-220M The 57 mm gun has rate of fire of 80 rounds per min. and range of 14 km. 2. Installation of the " Automated Fighting Unit"-(ACU) a 20 mm Gatling gun. On the turret above the commander's vision block , we will install a 20 mm Gatling gun called M-197 (photo #3). The idea behind this upgrade is that a combat vehicle needs at least 2 sources of fire in the vehicle. These cannon will be able to control with fire 360 degrees around the vehicle and can fire at any direction against various types of flying objects. These cannon have 2 rates of fire: low rate of 750 rounds per minute and a high rate of 1,500 rounds per minute. In this arrangement The gunner will operate the 30 mm cannon in the turret and the commander will operate the 20 mm Gatling gun on the roof of the turret. Photo No’-3 20 mm Gatling gun 2.2. Installation of an "autonomous combat unit" (ACU) behind the turret. The ACU is an "Autonomous Combat Unit", (the concept of the ACU can be seen in photo No’- 4) that is built from a large ammunition box that is installed behind the turret and protrudes from both sides of the turret like two "big ears", on each of the ears I will install a Gatling HMG in caliber of 0.5.” The (HMG) has a range of 2,000 meters and a rate of fire of 1,000 or 2,000 rounds per minute. (Photo #5) The ammunition for the HMG will be stored in the ammunition box behind the turret. These HMGs will be activated by "Artificial Intelligence"(AI) and will open fire against anyone that threatens the IFVs or the APCs automatically and without the commander or the gunner's contact, although they will remain in the loop for decisions regarding opening fire. Photo No’-4 the ACU concept Photo No’-5 the Gatling gun GAU-19 2.3 120 mm mortars. In addition to these vehicles, the brigade will have the VN-17 vehicles carrying 120 mm mortars similar to the vehicle in picture No’-6, these mortar can have 2 barrels as seen below or with one barrel Photo No’-6 Amos mortar with 2 barrels The Amos mortar is loaded from the bottom has rate of fire of 24 rounds per minute and range of about 10 km. With smart rounds the range increases to 15 km. It seems that this mortar will fit on the VN-1, and VN-17. The main fighting, and perhaps the first one, will be in the cities and villages of the west bank and Israel, and this addition will be welcome. Massive use of mortars will reduce our casualties and increase the enemy's casualties. Perhaps the issue of mortars that fire long-range explosives is fine, but we have the U-Vision company that produces loitering munitions and one of them called "Hiro-90" that has a range of about 40 km already. It was possible to install a suitable launcher that carries a number of weapons behind the turret and at each outpost to place a number of such vehicles. There are other types of loitering munition and they have a longer range and a heavier warhead. About the company: see link below: UVision https://uvisionuav.com/main-products/ Photo No’-8 The loitering munition Hero-90 Photo No’-9 multi launcher for Loitering munition Short range lethal loitering systems Extremely lightweight at 12 kg, the Hero-90 smart loitering system has a LOS datalink range of 40 km. Perfect for light vehicle targets, the solution can ensure 45 minutes of flight time while carrying a warhead of more than one kg. Weight (with canister): 12 kg Warhead: 1.2 kg Range: 40+ km Endurance: 45 min Engine: Electrical Launch method: Single/Multi-Canister The loitering munition with its various types seems to be in my view an excellent addition to the IDF artillery system.
- The Plan to build up the medium brigade!!
Chapter No'-2. The Build up of the Medium Brigade. The Chinese type 96 will be upgrade to transform it to a medium thank as a partner to the Merkava tank and more armour vehicles. The main role of the medium tank is to move with the Merkava tanks and in front of them to destroy infantry forces that carry anti-tank missiles or rockets, hit dug-in infantry, hit vehicles that are less protected than tanks and other units that threaten our forces. Therefore, the medium tank will not be armed with 120 mm cannon, but with a 57 mm cannon, anti-aircraft guns, machine guns, rockets of all kinds, 40 mm grenade launcher and "Artificial Intelligence"(AI) which is the Tolkin ring that governs them all. In my opinion, the medium tank should be the main vehicle in the armored brigades of the IDF. So we will need to purchase thousands of old tanks and upgrade them according to our requirements. The ratio between the medium tanks and the Merkava will be approximately 3 to 1, and if we have, for example 1,000 Merkava tanks, we will need approximately 3,000 medium tanks. There are 2 sources for these vehicles: 1) American M-1 tanks. In the USA there are about 3,300 M-1 tanks that have not been upgraded and they still armed with 105 mm cannon and possibly with old electronic systems. It is likely that they will be cheaper to purchase and I’ll buy them all. Photo No’-1 the M-1 with 105mm cannon. 2) The Chinese Model 96 tanks. China has about 2,500 tanks of this type and I’ll try to buy them all. Photo No-2 the Chinese type 96 tank. All these tanks need to be purchased and upgraded, preferably by the sellers, at least for the USA and China, so the tanks that will arrive to Israel will be ready to go to war if necessary. And the upgrades are: 2.1 Upgrade or replace the Power Unit and everything related to the vehicle's mobility. 2.2 Replace the old turret with a new Russian or Chinese unmanned turret called AU-220M with a 57 mm cannon and 25 mm gun name M-242 as coaxial gun. 2.3 Install the "Autonomous Combat Unit" (ACU) behind the turret. 2.4 Install small turret with an anti-aircraft/anti-tank weapons on the 57 mm turret. Israel can also help with the upgrades of the protection, of electronic systems, vision systems, communication and more. 2.1 Upgrade the power unit or replace it with a new P.U. The medium tanks are old tanks and it may be necessary to refurbish or replace the power unit. The engine of the T-72 for example was upgraded over time and its latest model has a 1,130 hp engine, the first model had an 830 hp engine. 2.2 Replacing the turret on the tank with a Russian or Chinese turret that carries a 57 mm gun called AU-220M. Photo No’-3 the turret AU-220M Photo No’-4 T-15 with the turret AU-220M and 3 crewmen sitting in the front of the turret. The problem is that as long as Russia is fighting in Ukraine they will not be a safe seller, therefore it is advisable to check with China if they can provide turrets similar to the Russian turret, I don't think they will have problem with that, as an automatic loading is also in their tanks. This turret is mounted above round magazine carries 80 shells with automatic loading, so there will be only 3 crewmen in the tank. (Pic. # 4) We will replace the Coaxial machine gun with a 25 mm gun the same one has USA have on the M-2 IFV. Since the loading is automatic, female soldiers will be able to work in the tank and use more their brain and less there muscles, so they can maintain their health on one hand, and do a great job on the other hand. This is perhaps the place where women fighters can be better than male soldiers, so we will get a lot of excellent women power that highly motivated who will contribute a lot to the armored corps. To see a medium tank operated only by women soldiers would be excellent. In picture No’-4 we can see the Russian T-15 equipped with the Russian turret that carries 57 mm cannon, a coaxial machine gun in caliber of 7.62 mm, 2 anti-tank missiles and is operated by 3 crew members who sit in front of the turret. The 57 mm cannon has a range of 14 km, rate of fire of 80 shells per minute, it has smart shells with homing to a laser spot, with shells that initiated in the air to fight against against Flying Objects, with a double warhead against tanks, against fortified buildings and other targets. We will replace the coaxial machine gun with 25 mm gun that called M-242 Bushmaster. Photo No'-5 25 mm gun 2.3. Installation of an "Autonomous Combat unit" (ACU) behind the 57 mm turret. Another change I would do is to install an “Autonomous Combat Unit” (ACU) behind the turret. The concept of the ACU can be seen (in photo #6), this system is built from a large ammunition box that will be installed behind the turret, and 2 machine guns that will be installed on it. Photo No’-6 The ACU concept I would slightly change the picture and actually extend the ammo box so it will stick out from both sides of the turret like 2 "big ears". On each of these ears I will install (HMG) Gatling in caliber of 0.5", (photo No”- 7), the HMG has 2 rate of fire: low at 1,000 rounds per minute and High of 2,000 per minute and range of about 2,000 meters. Each machine gun will cover 180 degrees from each side of the tank. Photo No'-7 the GAU-19A Gatling gun in 0.5" caliber with 1,000 or 2,000 round per min. The 2 machine guns will allow to shoot straight ahead and also to the right and left side of the turret. These machine guns will provide perimeter protection around the tank up to a distance of 2,000 meters and will be effective against exposed infantry, against soft vehicles, against buildings in combat in built-up area, and more. The term “autonomous” refers to a situation in which the 'Artificial Intelligence' - (AI) take control on the ACU weapon system and with the help of vision systems and additional sensors will activate the weapons, and open fire against anything that threatens the tank and this without human help. 2.4 Installing an anti-aircraft/anti-tank turret on the medium tanks. Photo No’-8 turret by KMW Photo No’-9 the 20 mm gun M-197 On the 57 mm turret, I will install an anti-aircraft/anti tank turret (photo No’- 8), which will also be installed on the Merkava turret. I will replace the 0.5" HMG with a 20 mm Gatling gun called M-197 (photo No’-9) The 20 mm gun has 2 rate of fire: low rate of fire of 750 rounds per minute and high rate of fire of 1,500 rounds per minute. The combination of 57 mm cannon in the main turret, and 35 mm gun and 20 mm Gatling gun on topof the main turret will be deadly combination against tanks, against infantry, against soft vehicles and more. I will install the ammunition for the 20 mm Gatling gun in the ammunition box behind the turret, where the ammunition chains for the ACU machine guns are also installed. In addition, we will install on the left side of the turret 2 launchers for anti-tank/aircraft missiles and we can replace each missile with a launcher for 4 rockets: The rocket launchers will be: 1. Launcher for 4 guided rockets with diameter of 70 mm (photo No’-10), these rockets are guided to a laser spot, they have a range of 12 km and this missiles will give a serious fight to the enemy's anti-tank missile launchers, In particular, the radar of the defense system will detect the launch point of the enemy's anti-tank missiles and shoot against that point with everything he has. Photo No’-10 Launcher for 4 70 mm rockets 2. Launcher for 4 Russian 80 mm rockets, the launcher should be similar to the 70 mm rocket launcher. The 80 mm rockets are heavier than the 70 mm and carry a heavier warhead, but shorter range, so they will be more effective in fighting in close area. 3. Launcher for 4 Russian thermobaric rockets with a diameter of 90 mm called 'Shemel-M'. These rockets have a length of 90 cm, an effective range of 600 meters, maximum range of 1,700 meters and their power is similar to the power of 155 mm artillery gun. (photo No’- 11) it will be a star in combat built-up area. Photo No’-11 the Shamel-M It will be interesting to examine the feasibility of installing a laser sight or a guidance system on the thermobaric rockets, which might improve the rocket's effective range. This launcher should also be similar to the 70 mm rocket launcher. All launchers can be adapted for installation on the turret. 4. In addition to these rockets, the launchers for the anti-aircraft missiles called 'Stinger' (photo No’-12) and the launchers for Rafael's anti-tank missiles (photo No’-13) should also be adapted for launching from the turret, and also the launcher for 4 Zuni rockets in 127 mm diameter that can have laser system for pinpoint accuracy. (Photo No’-14) Photo No’-12 the launcher for 4 stinger missile Photo No’-13 Launcher for 4 ATGM Spike Missile from Rafael Photo No’-14 Launcher for 4 Zuni rockets with diameter of 127 mm. With the completion of all these changes, we will get anti aircraft/anti tank missiles with many capabilities and options for installing missiles and rockets of various types. The mix of rockets and missiles will be determined according to the sector in which the medium tanks will be.
- The plan to upgrade the Merkava brigade in the IDF!!
Chapter No'-1 Introduction: In the heavy tank brigade, Merkava tanks and medium tanks will work together. Both types of tanks need to go through series of upgrades in order to adapt them to the challenges of the battlefield to day. The combination of heavy tanks, medium tanks and other armored forces will allow the Commander to be more flexible in building the force to suit his mission. The combination of 120mm guns, 57mm guns, 35mm guns and 20mm Gatling gun, on the one hand, and a large amount of missiles and rockets on the other hand will prevent the enemy from getting any achievement if a war will break out. In the war between Russia and Ukraine and also in the fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan, we saw the great importance of various types of drones for observation purposes and also as attacking units, such as the Turkish drone TB-2. Ukraine purchased a number of drones like this type from Turkey and at the beginning of the war they hit a lot of Russian vehicles. These systems are the Air Force and the Armored Corps of the weak side, but when the numbers of these flying objects reach hundreds and thousands, it suddenly transforms the weak side to the strong side; therefore anti-aircraft systems will have a critical role on the battlefield. The first line of defense will be the anti-aircraft/anti-tank turret that should be installed on our tanks and other armored vehicles. Below are pictures of Turkish drones that have a large and advanced industry in the field of unmanned aircraft. Photo #1 The Turkish TB2 drone These Drones are very successful in Ukraine and carries 4 laser-guided bombs. Photo # 2 Another Turkish UAV called 'Anka-S'. This Drone Carry 4 guided missile Photo #3 Baykar Bayraktar Akinci A new Turkish UAV and its impressive display of armaments. Link to the UAV: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baykar_Bayraktar_Ak%C4%B1nc%C4%B1 Drones like these, will cause a lot of troubles to armour and infantry forces who will not be ready to fight with them, as we saw in Ukraine. From this war that is not over yet, there are several lessons and actions that Israel needs to take in order to avoid those mistakes. The first lesson is the importance of an anti-aircraft system to protect the armored forces from attack by Drone or other unmanned flying objects. We saw an example of a similar situation in the Sisyphean fighting on Yom Kippur against the anti-aircraft and the anti-tanks missiles in the Egyptian sector and also in certain places in Syria such as ’Tel Shams’. That's why we need to avoid mistakes and get prepared to protect our forces from manned and unmanned flying object and defend our tanks from ATGM and anti tank rockets. One way to do it is to install Active Defense System -(ADS) and reactive plates on the tanks that can defeat the anti tank missiles and rockets. On top of that we needed to install the ACU (Autonomous Combat Unit) to attack anybody that threat our forces. Second lesson: the launch of anti-tank missiles against our tanks must be prevented, and the way to do this is by hitting the anti-tank teams before they launch. To this end, we should install on the tank a small turret that will fit verity of weapons to allow the tank to fight in any kind of war. In addition to the offensive side, the tank and other combat vehicles, should be protected with reactive and active armor such as Rafael's 'Trophy' or Elbit's 'Iron Fist'. These points turned out in the fighting in Ukraine to be weak points of the Russian army, although the fault is not only the lack of this or that equipment, but also the inability of the commanders who forgot the phrase “art of war”. Israel should be aware of these points, train the army including the reserves and install weapons systems that are suitable of attacking the enemyand defense our forces. I will expand on these points later and add several more points. I wrote about the upgrades of the Merkava tanks in this chapter and about the Medium tanks in chapter #2. Photo No. 4 Merkava Tank Mark-4m 1.1 Installation of anti-aircraft/anti-tank turret on the Merkava tank. The problem I have with the tanks is that the firepower of the tank does not match the threats that exist against the tank today. The tank must upgrade its firepower and his protection if it wants to stay relevant in our days. So we need to upgrade the weapons of the tank so it can fight against enemy’s tanks and against Infantry carry ATGM, short range weapons and more. For all this problems neither the 120 cannon will help, and nor the new 130 mm gun. In photo No’-5 we see the ATGM N-LAW a short range missile operated by one soldier that can destroy a tank from 800 meters away. below is the picture of the new short range missile that gets big publicity in Ukraine war. The anti-tank missile called N-Low. ATGM N-LAW picture No’-5 This missile is produced by the Saab Company in Sweden that cooperates with England. Its weight is 12.5 kg, its length is 1 meter and the diameter of the warhead is 150 mm. Its effective range is 800 meters, its speed is about 200 meters per second and his price is about $50,000. The missile has several initiation options and here is one of them. 1. The missile fly to its target at a height of 1 meter above the line of sight and when it passes over the turret, it's activated by a proximity fuse and penetrate the top of the turret, and kill everybody there. All these problems have a solution and one of them is the installation of an anti-aircraft /anti-tank small turret on the 120 mm turret. The main threat that we will encounter on the future battlefield, will come from "(remotely manned flying object). (RMFO) such as attack drones, suicide drones, and other similar threats. Therefore, the installation of a small turret carrying a 35 mm gun and 20 mm Gatling gun mounts at the rear of the Merkava turret can be a good soloution. in this arrangment the gunner will shoot the 120 gun and the tank commander will shoot the 35 mm and the 20mm guns. So the tank can hit 2 separate targets at the same time. In addition, the 35 mm cannon will be extremely effective against vehicles whose protection falls short of the tank's protection, although shells with a muzzle velocity of about 1,500 m/s may penetrate the side armor of some tanks. Photo No’- 6. The turret IWS35 with 35 mm gun and HMG by KMW Below are some sentences about the anti-aircraft shell of these cannon: Ahead Ammunition – “The 35 mm Ahead system consists of measurement and programming units, control electronics and programmable Ahead ammunition. It can be fitted to any suitable automatic cannon and then successfully engage small, fast aerial targets with a high kill probability. Each Ahead round contains 152 tungsten sub-projectiles which are ejected immediately in front of the oncoming target. The measurement unit determines the velocity of each Ahead round prior to muzzle exit. Based on this data, the control electronics calculates the sub-projectile ejection time, which is transmitted via the programming unit to the time fuse in the projectile”. On the 35 mm turret I would make several upgrades: 1. I’ll replace the HMG on the right side of the turret with a 20 mm Gatling gun called M-197. (Photo No’-7) The gun has two rates of fire: low rate of 750 rounds per minute and high rate of 1,500 rounds per minute. Photo No’. 7 Gatling gun with diameter of 20 mm. 2. I’ll install on the left side of the 35 mm turret 2 anti-tank missile launchers that can be replaced by rocket launchers. The rocket launchers are: 1. A rocket launcher for (4) 70 mm guided rockets (photo No’- 8), these rockets are guided to a laser spot, they have a range of 12 km and that means that they will be able to give a serious fight to the enemy's anti-tank missile launchers, In particular, the radar of the defense system will detect the launch point of the enemy and few 70mm rockets will fly to this point, or few shells from the 35 mm canon and hit that team before they launch. Photo No’-8 Launcher for 4 rockets 2. A rocket launcher for (4) Russian 80 mm rockets, the launcher should be similar to the 70 mm rocket launcher. The 80 mm rockets are heavier than the 70 mm and have a heavier warhead, so they will be more effective in fighting at close quarter. 3. A launcher for Russian Thermobaric Rocket Shamel-M. Photo No’-9 the Thermobaric Shamel-M with a diameter of 90 mm, length of 90 cm, an effective range of 600 meters, a maximum range of 1,700 meters and their power is similar to the power of an explosive 155 mm artillery shell. (Photo No’- 9) They will be the star in a built-up area combat. It will be interesting to examine the feasibility of laser guidance for these rockets, which might improve the rocket's effective range. This launcher should also be similar to the 70 mm rocket launcher so that all launchers will be adapted for installation on the turret. In addition to these rockets, the launchers for the anti-aircraft missiles called 'Stinger' (photo No’-10) and the launchers for Rafael's anti-tank missiles (photo No’-11) should also be adapted for launching from the turret and also the launcher for 4 Zuni Rockets model that carries rockets with diameter of 127 mm and has laser homing. (Photo #12) Photo No’-10 the stinger missile on a 20 mm Gatling gun on a mobile anti aircraft vehicle. Photo No’-11 Rafael Spike-ER missile Photo No’-12 launcher for 4 rocket type Zuni 127 mm that can be laser guideness On completion of all these changes, we will get an anti-aircraft/anti-tank missile launchers with many capabilities and options for installing missiles and rockets of various types. The mix of rockets and missiles will be determined according to the sector in which the tanks will be used. 1.2 Installation of an "Autonomous Combat Unit" (ACU) on the turret of the Merkava. Another change that I'll do is to install an 'Autonomous Combat Unit' (ACU) behind the 120 mm turret. The idea of the ACU can be seen in photo No’-13, this unit is built from a large ammunition box that will installed behind the turret and 2 0.5" HMG that will installed on top of it. Photo No’-13 model for the ACU Photo No’-14 the new HMG Gatling gun in caliber 0.5" We will install 0.5” HMS on a structure that will raise the machine guns so they can fire above the turret without interfering with the Active Defense System. (ADS) The ammunition chains will be installed in the ammunition box behind the turret instead of the Turret Basket. This installation will allow the machine guns to shoot straight ahead and also control the areas on both sides of the tank. These machine guns will provide perimeter protection around the tank up to a distance of 2,000 meters. These Heavy machine guns will be effective against soft vehicle, exposed infantry, against buildings in combat at built-up area, and more. (Photo #14) More option for weapons on the “ACU” is HMG in “0.5 (Photo No’-15) or anther option is the AGL (Automatic Grande Launcher) in 40 mm diameter (Photo No’-16). We can install on third of the vehicles the MG and the other third with AGL and the last third with HMG. or any other combination. Photo No’-15 AGL 40 mm Balkan. 1.3 Installation of loitering Munition. The tank cannon has one major drawback and that is short range which is only a few kilometers, it is the best in these ranges, but today the anti-tank missiles have a much greater range. In order to hit targets beyond the range of the tank cannon and the anti-tank missiles, we need to install on the tank loitering munitions such as the "Hero-120" weapon. (Photo No’-17). The "Hero-120" weighs 18 kg and is equipped with 5 kg warhead that will be highly effective against armored vehicles, it has a range of 60 km, it can stay in the air for about an hour and this included flight time to the target area, searching for the target and hitting it. If no target is found, the munition can change direction and go after another target, or it can return back to a collection point, open a parachute, descend safely to the ground and a collection unit will reach it and prepare it for another launch. Photo No’-16 ”Hero-120” Loitering Munition. Photo No’-17“Hero-400 EC” Loitering Munition There is anther Loitering Munition name Hero-400EC. It has precision strike capabilities, it has bigger multi-purpose warhead and extended endurance, the Hero-400EC has been proven effective against a wide variety of targets. Weight: 50 kg Warhead: 10 kg, Range: 120+ km Endurance: 120 min. Engine: Electrical, Launch method: Rail, Single or Multi-Canister. We will install the Loitering munitions in a 4-munition launcher that will be installed behind the ACU ammunition box that is installed behind the turret; the launcher will be installed in a horizontal position and will rise to 45 degrees before launch. The launcher will be aligned by aligning the entire turret. The "Uvision" company presented several models of Loitering Munitions ranging from weighing 3 kg to 155 kg, with warhead starting at 0.5 kg and ending with a weight of 50 kg, starting with munitions that can stay in the air about 30 minutes and ended with a weapon that can stay in the air for about 10 hours. You can read about Uvision armaments in the link below: https://uvisionuav.com/main-products/. In addition to upgrades in the weapon systems, the Merkava brigade should be reinforced with medium tanks in a ratio of 3 medium tanks to one Merkava tank. See chapter #-2 regarding medium tanks and chapter #-7 regarding the structure of the heavy Brigade. Summarize the upgrade to the tank: 1. Installing a launcher for 4 Loitering Munitions, carrying more loitering munitions in the tank and receiving information from drones for the location of the enemy formation, will allow the tanks to destroy a large number of targets from long distance. 2. The 2 HMG in 0.5” caliber will be installed on the 2 ears of the ammunition box, and will be operated by 'Artificial Intelligence’- (AI) that will allow hitting structures, infantry squads and other targets without human contact. 3. An anti-aircraft/anti-tank turret will be placed on the turret of the tank, where a 35 mm cannon and a 20 mm Gatling gun will be installed. In addition, we will install on the left side of the turret, 2 launchers for rockets of different diameters or for anti-aircraft missiles like 'Stinger’, or the anti-tank missiles from Rafael the 'Spike' type and more. this move will increase the tank ability to fight against flying aircraft of all kinds, against armored vehicles, against infantry and increase the survivability of the entire fighting force.
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