Véhicule de Combat d'Infanterie Allemand SPz Marder (Groupe et Radio)

Véhicule de Combat d'Infanterie Allemand Schützenpanzer Marder 1

En 1971, la Bundeswehr allemande received the new SPz Marder véhicule de combat d'infanterie to replace earlier SPz HS 30 et M113 MTW dans les bataillons de Panzergrenadiers blindés et mécanisés, respectivement. A total of 2136 SPz Marder were ordered, et 2100 remain in service today. The Marder was designed as a group véhicule, it carries three crew et six motorized infantrymen who may fight mounted ou dismounted. The véhicule shown here is a ROCO model of the early production Marder 1. These véhicules were repeatedly upgraded to improve their firepower, night fighting ability et survivability. Between 1977 et 1979, the Marder was fitted avec un système de missile antichar MILAN which may also be employed by the dismounted infantry squad.

Maquettes disponibles

  • Marder 1
    système de missile antichar MILAN added 1977-1979
  • Marder 1.A1
    Ammunition selector for the 20mm cannon, et passive night vision equipment added by 1982
  • Marder 1.A2
    Rear machine gun removed, observer's position immediately behind le compartiment du conducteur no longer used, thermal imaging sights added, new radios - 1984-1989
    • 1/35 Tamiya
    • 1/87 ROCO 475
    • 1/87 ROCO 574 (Fahrschulpanzer, Driving School Véhicule)
  • Marder 1.A3
    848 véhicules were upgraded by 1993, they received applique armour, external stowage bins, improved chassis et turrets. The remaining 1252 Marder 1.A2 will eventually be upgraded as well, et they will continue to serve well into the 21st century.
    • 1/35 Revell 03021
    • 1/72 Revell 03113
    • 1/87 ROCO 566
    • 1/87 ROCO 595 (Fahrschulpanzer, Driving School Véhicule)
    • 1/300 Heroics & Ros GM20

Spécifications Techniques

  • Schützenpanzer Marder 1.A3 – Véhicule de Combat d'Infanterie
  • Moteur: 6-cylinder MTU MB 833 Ea-500 diesel engine, 441 kW
  • Vitesse: 65 km/h sur route (compared to 78 km/h of the Marder 1)
  • Autonomie: (520 km, Marder 1)
  • Longueur: 6880 mm (6790 mm, Marder 1)
  • Largeur: 3380 mm (3240 mm, Marder 1)
  • Hauteur: 3010 mm (2950 mm, Marder 1)
  • Poids: 33500 kg (25500 kg, Marder 1)
  • Charge utile: (2700 kg, Marder 1)
  • Armement: 20 mm DM 6 Autocannon, MG 3.A1
  • Équipage: chef de char, conducteur, tireur, et 6 Panzergrenadiers
  • Production: 1970-1975 (2136 units)

Bibliographie

Déploiement Historique

  • Bundeswehr Panzergrenadier-Kompanie (SPz) 1972-1980 (Heeresstruktur 3)
    • Kompanie-Führungsgruppe: 1 Marder SPz
    • 1. Zug: 5 Marder SPz
    • 2. Zug: 5 Marder SPz
    • 3. Zug: 5 Marder SPz
  • Bundeswehr Panzergrenadier-Kompanie (SPz) 1980-1993 (Heeresstruktur 4)
    • Kompanie-Führungsgruppe: 1 Marder SPz
    • 1. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
    • 2. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
    • 3. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
  • Bundeswehr Panzergrenadier-Kompanie 1993-Present (Heeresstruktur 5)
    • Kompanie-Führungsgruppe: 1 Marder SPz
    • 1. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
    • 2. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
    • 3. Zug: 3 Marder SPz
    • 4. Zug: 3 Marder SPz

Schützenpanzer Marder is a sophisticated infantry fighting véhicule capable of keeping up avec fast-moving chars de combat in any terrain. The Marder is well-armed et it provides adequate armour protection for the Panzergrenadiers inside. Its only drawback is the unusually high silhouette et the fact that the MILAN gunner needs to stand up in the turret hatch to fire le missile antichar.

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