Dzik

Dzik

Infobox Weapon
name= Dzik 3


caption= Dzik-3 known as Ain Jaria-1
origin=Poland
type=Armored car
used_by=Iraq, Poland
is_vehicle=yes
service=2004 - Present
production_date=2004 [ [http://www.amz.pl/en/company/military_production/ AMZ-KUTNO Ltd Military production.] Retrieved on January 11, 2008.]
crew= 13
length= 5.74 m
width= 2.05 m
height= 2.16 m
weight= 4.5 tonnes
armour= Mostly B6 class armour; engine B4 armored
primary_armament= PK machine gun using 7.62x51 NATO
secondary_armament= As an alternative NSV using 12.7 x 107 mm or 12.7 x 99 mm NATO
engine= Iveco Aifo SOFIM 8140.43N
engine_power= 107 kW (146 KM)
suspension= SM62
speed= 100 km/h
pw_ratio= 32 hp/tonne
vehicle_range= 800 km

:"For other meanings, see Dzik (disambiguation)."Dzik ( _pl. Wild Boar) is a 4.5-ton Polish-made multi-purpose armoured car. Produced by the AMZ works in Kutno, it is designed for serving both the patrol and intervention roles, as well as an armoured personnel carrier for use by various peace-keeping and policing forces. Its armour provides defence against 7.62 mm bullets. The Dzik-3 also boasts bulletproof windows, puncture-proof tires and smoke launchers.

The Dzik cars are powered by a turbodiesel engine that produces 146 hp (107 kW) with a 2,797 cm³ displacement.

Variants

The Dzik is issued in four variants based on the same chassis:
* Dzik-AT (AT for antyterrorystyczny - anti-terrorist) with 3 doors, room for up to 8 people and 10 firing ports [http://www.amz.pl/pl/images/wojskowe/dzik_I_3.jpg]
* Dzik-2 with 5 doors, room for up to 8 people, 8 firing ports and a rotating machine gun turret in the roof [http://www.amz.pl/pl/images/wojskowe/dzik_II_3.jpg]
* Dzik-3 (also known by the Iraqi designation "Ain Jaria") with 4 doors, room for up to 11 soldiers, 13 firing ports, machine gun turret and two double smoke grenade launchers. [http://www.amz.pl/pl/images/wojskowe/dzik_III_3.jpg]
* Dzik Cargo with 2 doors, 2 firing ports, room for up to 3 people and a cargo hold [http://www.amz.pl/pl/images/wojskowe/dzik_cargo_3.jpg] Customers can also get Dziks in ambulance and anti-aircraft versions. [http://web.archive.org/web/20070125213039/http://www.corran.prv.pl/06mspo/amz_dzikmed_1.jpg] [http://web.archive.org/web/20070126030842/http://www.corran.prv.pl/06mspo/amz_dzikpoprad_1.jpg]

A number of Dzik-AT cars were bought by the Polish Ministry of Interior and are to replace obsolete BTR-60 APCs as the basic anti-terrorist vehicle in Polish service. The Dzik-3 was specifically designed to fit the needs of the New Iraqi Army, where it is to be adopted as the basic armoured personnel carrier, a cheaper alternative to the Humvee. As of 2006, 600 Dzik-3 were ordered, with an option to extend the order to 1,000 or more.

Gallery

See also

* Tur (military vehicle)

References

External links

* [http://www.amz.pl/en/military_vehicles/ Dzik at producer's website (en)]
* [http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Apr2006/20060411_4783.html Iraqis Take Lead in Tactical Ops With Up-Armored Vehicles (en)]
* [http://www.militarium.net/wojska_ladowe/dzik.php History of "Dziks" (pl)]


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