Ukroboronprom to restore armoured vehicles
Ukroboronprom's Zhytomyr Armoured Plant is to restore a batch of BTR 3 armoured vehicles, the company announced on 28 February.
The vehicles will be repaired and restored at the plant following two years of operations. Following completion the vehicles will be delivered to the Ukrainian Anti-Terrorist Operation Zone.The BTR-3E is an amphibious armoured personnel carrier. The current production standard vehicle carries six infantrymen who enter via a door at the rear of the hull. The standard vehicle is powered by an indigenous UTD-20 engine, which runs on both diesel fuel and AVGAS, but this can be replaced to meet customer requirements.
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