Defence Industry in Jordan

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Al Hussein Hybrid MBT

In 2004 the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau showed the Al Hussein Hybrid MBT with mock-ups of some of the key subsystems.

The Jordanian Armed Forces have now taken delivery of 402 ex-British Army Challenger 1 MBTs armed with a 120 mm L11 rifled tank gun for which there has been no recent ammunition development.

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Al Hussein Hybrid is based on a Challenger 1 MBT with many enhancements, especially to the turret system (Christopher F Foss)

The 120 mm L11 gun has been removed and replaced by a Swiss RUAG Land Systems 120 mm smoothbore Compact Tank Gun (CTG), which has already undergone extensive trials for a number of applications in Switzerland and Jordan (including the M60 Phoenix upgrade).

Ammunition for the CTG is available from numerous sources and a number of countries have ongoing development programmes for enhanced types of ammunition.

The existing Marconi fire-control system has been removed and replaced by the latest Raytheon IFCS, which is already used in a large number of Jordanian Army M60A3 MBTs. This includes a day/thermal sight for the gunner with integrated laser range-finder.

Mounted on the left side of the Al Hussein Hybrid turret roof was a mock-up of a Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV), which could be provided by a number of contractors. If fitted this would enable hunter killer target engagements to be carried out. The commander would first locate the target, track it and then hand over to the gunner who would carry out the target engagement.

Al Hussein retains the Chobham armour but the Al Hussein Hybrid would be fitted with additional armour protection to the turret front and sides for improved battlefield survivability.

The existing gun-control equipment would be replaced by a new Curtiss-Wright all-electric system and a new Raytech Jordan wiring harness would also be installed, as well as a CLS Jordan AB8 auxiliary power unit (APU).

Equipment removed from the turret bustle would have to be restowed and a new air conditioning and NBC system would be fitted.

If fielded, Al Hussein Hybrid would give the JAF a significant short-term capability enhancement with a much lower level of risk when compared to Falcon II.

Many of the subsystems of the Al Hussein Hybrid are already proven and in service with the JAF, for example the Raytheon IFCS.

Mounted in the turret bustle is the new mechanical load-assist system developed by Claverham, which replaces the current bustle-mounted NBC system that is restowed in the hull.

Early in 2005, the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau announced that initial firing trials of a RUAG Land Systems 120 mm L50 smoothbore CTG had been completed.

These trials were undertaken at Thun in Switzerland, at the facilities of RUAG Land Systems, and were conducted from a Challenger 1 with an unarmoured or soft-skinned turret supplied by the UK MoD.

In March 2006 it was announced that the Jordanian Armed Forces had placed a contract with KADDB for the supply of four production standard Al Hussein Hybrid MBTs. Funding permitting, all of the current Al Hussein MBTs could be converted to the enhanced Al Hussein Hybrid MBT standard.

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M60 Phoenix Main Battle Tank

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Product Description

The Phoenix Project addresses both immediate and emerging operational threats to the M60 Main Battle Tank using a modular and flexible approach to improve shoot-on-the-move capabilities, as well as increased lethality, mobility and survivability. These upgrades are achieved at a low technical and operational risk and at a lower cost.

Pre-Upgrade Status

Old fire control system (TTS), slow in engaging targets.
105 mm Main gun.
Unable to acquire and fire on targets while moving.
Thermal sighting system is not stabilized.
Armour protection level is not suitable to the foreseeable threat.
Engine Power and suspension system overdue for upgrade.

Post-Upgrade Status

Ability to acquire both moving and stationary targets.
High rate of first round hit probability.
Improved protection and survivability.
Improved mobility and maneuverability

Upgrade Specifications

Phoenix Shoot-On-the-Move Upgrade
True shoot-on-the-move capability, day/night target acquisition, and improved first round hit probability are achieved with Raytheon's Integrated Fire Control System (IFCS) upgrade.
Phoenix Lethality Upgrade

Significant improvement in the firepower and lethality of the current M60 platform is achieved through the replacement of the M60 105-mm rifled gun with RUAG land Systems L50 120-mm smooth-bore Compact Tank Gun (CTG).

Phoenix Mobility Upgrade

Improvements in M60 acceleration and cross-country capability are achieved with the mobility upgrade provided by L3 Communications.

Phoenix Survivability Upgrade

Survivability is improved through the addition of the armor protection scheme for both the M60's turret and hull. The protection scheme can be reconfigured to changing threat conditions.

The Phoenix Project addresses both immediate and emerging operational threats to the M60 Main Battle Tank using a modular and flexible approach to improve shoot-on-the-move capabilities, as well as increased lethality, mobility and survivability. These upgrades are achieved at a low technical and operational risk and at a lower cost.

True shoot-on-the-move capability, day/night target acquisition, and improved first round hit probability are achieved with Raytheon's Integrated Fire Control System (IFCS) upgrade.

Significant improvement in the firepower and lethality of the current M60 platform is achieved through the replacement of the M60 105-mm rifled gun with RUAG land Systems L50 120-mm smooth-bore Compact Tank Gun (CTG).

Improvements in M60 acceleration and cross-country capability are achieved with the mobility upgrade provided by L3 Communications.

Survivability is improved through the addition of the armor protection scheme for both the M60's turret and hull. The protection scheme can be reconfigured to changing threat conditions.

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Jordanian MAP II Heavy APC (DAWSAR)

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  • The Dawsar is a heavy tracked vehicle platform, converted by KADDB from the vehicle platform of a Centurion MBT , by modifying the hull by adding two main crew doors in the front and back of the vehicle
  • It fulfills multi-purpose roles in the support of mechanized armored units based on their needs . It may be used as a personnel carrier, ammunition carrier, ambulance and command post vehicle
  • This Dawsar provides full protection against medium caliber KE ammunition for the 13 crew members on board
Technical Specification

Item Specifications

Crew

2 + 11

Technical
  • Complete use of Tariq MBT mechanical & electrical components to make it as affordable as possible
  • Hull extension in width by 450mm
  • Design & build of coupling extension between Gear Box & Final Drive
  • Four top deck crew hatches (500x550mm) in size
  • The front door is 750 mm in width, 1000mm in height
  • The rear crew door width is: 450mm at lower end & 850 mm at higher end
Armament
0.5 Cal. MG, can be armed with a Light weight Turret with 30mm cannon

Ammunition
Front Line Ammo. On board, includes:
  • M50 MG Ammo. (12.7x99): 40 Boxes
  • M60 MG Ammo. (7.62x51): 20 Boxes
  • RPG Launchers: 3 off
Mobility
Comparable to Tariq MBT

Survivability
Against Medium KE ammo

Payload
Ability to carry 13 soldiers with all their armament and gear

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The Jordanian Temsah Heavy APC

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Temsah

The Temsah (Crocodile) heavy armored personnel carrier is a conversion of the Centurion main battle tanks. Temsah was developed by Jordanian King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) cooperating with South African and British companies. Vehicle was revealed in 2001.

The Centurion MBT has a rear power pack arrangement, what became an issue for the designers in attempt to make troop compartment in the rear part of the vehicle. Designers of the Temsah found a simple solution and swapped front end of the vehicle with the rear, so the vehicle is driving backwards comparing with the original Centurion. Thus the spacious front space of the Centurion was converted to the troop compartment.

The Temsah heavy armored personnel carrier has a low-profile welded hull with a significant inclination angles. Hull sides are covered with massive side skirts. It is claimed that frontal arc provides protection against 120-mm ammunition. Additional passive or explosive reactive armor packages might be fitted.

Prototype of the Temsah was armed with a French GIAT M621 20-mm cannon, however production models should have a British stabilized cannon of the same caliber. Additional armament consists of a 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun. It is claimed that production models of the Temsah will have an anti-tank guided missile launcher.

The Temsah heavy APC has a crew of two and provides accommodation for ten troops. Troops enter and leave the vehicle via a rear ramp or five roof hatches. No firing ports are provided.


Crew: 2 men
Personnel: 10 men

Dimensions and weight:

Weight ~ 35 t
Length ~ 7.8 m
Width 3.4 m
Height ~ 2 m

Armament

Main gun 20-mm cannon
Machine guns 1 x 7.62-mm
four Denel Ingwe anti-tank missiles

81-mm mortar

Mobility

Engine AVDS-1790-V12
Engine power 750 hp
Maximum road speed ~ 50 km/h
Vertical step 0.9 m
Trench 3.35 m
Fording 1.45 m

Variants

1- SWARM (Stabilized Weapon And Reconnaissance Mounting) overhead weapon station, fitted with 20-mm cannon, coaxial 7.62-mm machine gun

2- SWARM (Stabilized Weapon And Reconnaissance Mounting) overhead weapon station, fitted with 20-mm cannon, coaxial 7.62-mm machine gun and four Denel Ingwe anti-tank missiles

3- Mortar carrier, armed with 120-mm mortar.

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The Falcon turret

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The Falcon turret was indigenously developed by King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) in close partnership with the Mechanology Design Bureau and IST Dynamics of South Africa. It also uses some British and Swiss sub-systems. The Falcon turret was first revealed in 2003. The intended platform for this turret is the Jordanian Al Hussein (Challenger 1) main battle tank. Jordanian Army also operates Tariq (Centurions), M60A3 and Khalid (Chieftain) main battle tanks. These tanks can be also fitted with the Falcon turret. This turret is also proposed for export customers.

The Falcon is a low-volume and reduced-silhouette turret. It incorporates a Swiss RUAG Defense Systems 120-mm / L50 smoothbore gun, fitted with an autoloader. This gun is capable of firing all types of NATO 120-mm tank ammunition. It is superior to the British L11 120-mm rifled gun of the Al Hussein. Maximum rate of fire is up to 8 rounds per minute. Up to 17 rounds can be stowed in the bustle autoloader. Loading mechanism and ready-to-use ammunition are separated from the crew. Turret bustle is fitted with blow-out panels. Additional rounds are carried inside the hull.

Secondary armament consists of coaxial 7.62-mm machine gun. This turret is fitted with the latest generation thermal imaging, surveillance, navigation and fire control systems.

Remote operation of the turret enables full under armor protection for the crew members. Overall protection level is improved by reduced vehicle profile. Front of the turret is reinforced with composite armor. The Falcon turret has a built-in modular armor. Modules can be replaced when damaged, or when more advanced armor is available. Turret is fitted with automatic fire suppression and NBC protection systems.

The Falcon turret is fitted with auxiliary power unit, based on a small diesel engine.
Initial variant is known as the Falcon 1 (AB9C4) and improved variant is the Falcon 2 (AB9C5). Currently the Falcon 3 is under development. It will be fitted with a new autoloader, which will accommodate more ready-to-use ammunition.

The Jordanian Falcon is a low-volume and reduced-silhouette turret, developed by KADDB

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Desert Iris KADDB light wheeled utility vehicle

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General information:

The Desert Iris (4x4) is a light special forces vehicles, developed by the King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) working in association with SHP Motorsports of the United Kingdom. Extensive prototype field trials were conducted in Jordan and South Africa from mid-1999 to mid-2001. Desert Iris was initiated to meet an operational requirement identified by the Jordan Armed Forces for a cost-effective, lightweight and affordable utility vehicle. The Desert Iris is an off-road 4x4 non-armored vehicle with excellent heavy-duty specifications.


- Variants :


- Desert Iris TOW : with anti-tank TWO launcher mounted to the back side of the vehicle
- Desert Iris MRLS: a rocket launcher system is mounted to the back side of the vehicle
- Desert Iris 12.7 mm: A 12.7 mm machine gun is mounted to the back side of the vehicle
- Desert Iris UAV: a UAV launcher platform is mounted to the back side of the vehicle

--Technical data:


- Armament:

The vehicle includes a weapon frame and ring mount directly behind the driver/commander seats that permits the vehicle to carry a variety of weapons based on the mission profile. Some include a basic 12.7 mm machine gun up to and including a TOW launcher.

- Protection:

The Desert Iris is based on a space frame chassis with the engine located at the front under a bonnet. The driver and passenger are seated centrally under roll-bar protection while a weapon mounting is located to the rear over a limited capacity cargo area.

- Propulsion:

Built around Toyota automotive components and a 2.8 liter four-cylinder Toyota engine, the Desert Iris is a low profile fast attack platform capable of an operational range of 600 km on paved surfaces and 400 km off-road. The engine develops 100 Bhp/ 75 KW at 4200 rpm. The independent double wishbone with coil-over-shock suspension in the front and independent training arms in the rear give the Desert Iris tremendous stability and off-road mobility.

- Accessories

Desert Iris is a low cost vehicle, with very easy to maintain mechanicals to provide low life cycle costs. The vehicle is small and compact and is air-transportable by a wide range of helicopters. The Desert Iris is a has outstanding off-road capability.

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Nimr-II

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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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WAHSH

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is a 4x4 LAV designed to serve several operational and tactical missions, whether as a tactical reconnaissance vehicle, a light armoured vehicle within peace keeping missions, and as an internal security and border patrol vehicle.

Features

• Innovatively designed and developed with a monocoque hull

• Highly customized and integrated compact drive line

• Unsurpassed situational awareness and night operability

• Advanced portal independent suspension with hub reduction

• Advanced light weight wheel aluminum rims with CTIS, run flat and bead lock

Functional Applications Concepts

1 - Double Cab Logistics Vehicle

2 - Double Cab with Kornet-E ATGM

3 - Single Cab with IGLA AAM

4 - Single Cab with Light MRLS


Technical Specifications



Specifications

Crew

7+1
Armament

M60 MG(7.62*51 Ammo)

RWS (optional)

Engine

272 Hp
Transmission

Auto 5 speeds
Suspension

Independent suspension with rear, front and central differential locks
Maximum Road Speed

125 (km/h)
front Slope Gradient

60%
Side Slope Gradient

40%
Approach & Departure Angles

40˚& 45˚
Trench Crossing

900 mm

Vertical Obstacle

500 mm

Turning Radius

6.8 m

Range On Road

500 km


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MINI UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE (MINI-UGV)

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The mini UGV is an observation and surveillance remote-controlled mini-robot, which was designed to operate in urban environment.

Features

  • Complete system with remotely controlled capability
  • Designed for observation and surveillance missions
  • 2x4 wheel drive mini-robot with an optional rubber track
  • Capable of upside down operations
  • Equipped with a colored front and back cameras
  • Equipped with Infrared (IR) front camera
  • Tough structure
  • Effective for all terrains
  • Rapid deployment

Technical Specifications

Specifications

Notes

Vehicle range

25 m

Payload

2 kg

Vehicle Weight

3 kg

Control unit weight

1.3 kg

Endurance

1 Hour

Screen

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Mini UAS


MINI UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM (MINI UAS)


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The Mini UAS is a compact and lightweight small autonomous aerial system. The UAS is portable and hand launched. Each system consists of 2 Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles (UAV) with a payload camera and a Ground Control Station. Its modulardesign enables the user to swap between different payloads such as day or infrared sensors modules that are rapidly deployed. This system is designed to fulfill tactical and surveillance requirements.


Features

  • Complete system consists of two UAVs with payload, downlink and ground control station
  • Light weight and portable
  • Specifically designed for surveillance missions
  • Efficient range and endurance
  • Rigid ground station for rough operation environments
  • Simple to operate and rapidly deployed

Technical Specifications

Specifications

Notes

Weight

< 8 kg

Wing Span

3.10 m

Length

1.32 m

Endurance

120 min

Operational Range

15 km

Speed

45-130 km/h

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AC 235 Gun Ship Aircraft

Jordanian American joint project

@BLACKEAGLE are they operational now ? and if they are how many jordan has ?

 

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MOJED

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Al-Monjed is a converted recovery vehicle based on the chassis of the decommissioned American battle tank M60A1.

The hydraulically-driven main drum winch has a maximum single line pull of 400 KN (41 tons) at 13 m/min.

The hydraulically-operated crane is capable of lifting up to (6.5 tons) power pack. The hydraulics are self-contained and powered by the power take-off from the main engine as main system or by the installed APU as an auxiliary system, this enables the vehicle to change its own power Pack.

Monjed will tow vehicles of up to 60 tons in weight at speeds of up to 30 km/h.

* IN SERVICE

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