Bangladesh Army Para Commando Brigade

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December 23,2019 - The newly purchased guided missile frigates BNS Umar Farooq (F16) and BNS Abu Ubadiah (F19) leave Shanghai port towards Chittagong to join the Bangladesh Navy fleet in January 2020.

In September 2019, Bangladesh Navy signed a contract for another two more Type-053H3 Jiangwei II class which will join Bangladesh Navy by 2021.
 
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BD-08mk2 assault rifles with collimator sight and 206mm bayonet.
As part of Forces Goal 2030, this assault rifle equippedwith all the attachments shown above has been made the standard issue firearm of Bangladesh Army.
 
Bangladesh Army's locally upgraded Type-59BD Durjoy Tank.

They are upgraded to third generation standards under 902 Central Workshop, Gazipur, Bangladesh and has a 125mm main gun fitted in a turret similar to the Chinese Type-96A tank.

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174 tanks are being upgraded in first batch. Upgradation process includes:
  • 125mm main gun with new turret (similar to that of the Type 96A turret) 28 rounds, Type-85 12.7×108mm Commander's machine gun (600 rounds), Co-axial 7.62mm gun (3000 rounds), 81mm Smoke grenades.
  • The Durjoy's APFSDS round can penetrate over 500mm of RHA at 2 km
  • Chinese 3rd generation ERA on front, turret and side skirts. Modular Composite armour on turret front. Cage armour on back of turret to protect from RPG hits.
  • To enhance crew comfort the Durjoy is fitted with air-conditioning and complete NBC protection system
  • Collective Fire suppression system.
  • Laser warning receiver, Laser designator, Fire control system, Combat data link, Thermal imaging system.
  • 730 H.P. Diesel engine
  • Barrel launched ATGM firing capability.
  • Rubber padded tracks.
  • XDZ-1 SATCOM and VRC-2000L radio contact system.

Here is what the Type-59BD Durjoy looks compared to similar tanks by other countries. View attachment 197777




Specifications
Mass40 tonnes (39 long tons; 44 short tons)
Length6.04 metres (19.8 ft) (hull)
Width3.27 metres (10.7 ft)
Height2.59 metres (8 ft 6 in)
Crew4
Main
armament
125 mm main gun
Secondary
armament
2 x Type 80 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun 1 × Type 85 12.7 mm heavy machine gun
EngineDiesel
730 hp
Speed49 kilometres per hour (30 mph)
where 125mm made from?
russian,chinese,ukraine,paki,or?
 
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Yak-130 Advanced Trainer/Attack aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force. Currently BAF operates 16 of these aircrafts while plans have been announced to purchase more aircrafts in the following years.
 
Bangladesh Navy purchased four Type-053H3 frigates from China.
Two have been delivered while the remaining two are set to join the fleet by the end of next year.

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These frigates would be equipped with 8 C-802A SSM in 2 x 4-cell box launchers.
C-802A specifications
Guidance: active radar seeker
Range: 180km
Warhead: 190kg
Weight: 802kg

They have a range of 190km compared to the 120km range of C-802 used myanmarnese navy counterparts.
Also the newer C-802A missile used by Bangladesh navy is a subsonic, low-altitide sea-skimmer, featuring way point planning, on-off-on radar operation and multiple target selection. Also it can be used against both maritime and ground targets. None of these features are present in the Myanmar navy C-802.


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They are also armed with 8 cell FM-90N surface to air missiles. They have a detection range of 27km and engagement range of 15km. The missiles are capable of attacking three targets simultaneously by employing three different guidance modes and has anti-missile ability against ultra-low-altitude cruise missiles, air-to-surface missiles, and anti-radiation missiles at a distance of 17km.
The missiles are capable of cruising at speeds of up to 750m/s and have an operating range of 15,000m to all targets at an altitude of 15-6,000m, along with a 80% single-shot hit probability.
On the other hand, Myanmar Navy does not have a SAM system on any of their ships besides turret mounted igla manpads.




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These four frigates are a massive boost to surface warfare capability of Bangladesh Navy as Myanmarnese have been aggressively gearing up their forces near Bangladeshi territory.
BNS Umar Farooq (F16) and BNS Abu Ubadiah (F19) have been delivered to Bangladesh Navy and will be comissioned in January 2020 and the remaining two will join the fleet by end of 2020.
 
FM-90N SHORAD surface to air missile system of Bangladesh Air Force.

They have a detection range of 27km and engagement range of 15km. The missiles are capable of attacking three targets simultaneously by employing three different guidance modes and has anti-missile ability against ultra-low-altitude cruise missiles, air-to-surface missiles, and anti-radiation missiles at a distance of 15km.
The missiles are capable of cruising at speeds of up to 750m/s and have an operating range of 15,000m to all targets at an altitude of 15-6,000m, along with a 80% single-shot hit probability.

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FM-90N SHORAD surface to air missile system of Bangladesh Army.

They have a detection range of 27km and engagement range of 15km. The missiles are capable of attacking three targets simultaneously by employing three different guidance modes and has anti-missile ability against ultra-low-altitude cruise missiles, air-to-surface missiles, and anti-radiation missiles at a distance of 15km.
The missiles are capable of cruising at speeds of up to 750m/s and have an operating range of 15,000m to all targets at an altitude of 15-6,000m, along with a 80% single-shot hit probability.

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Update: The two Type-053H3 frigates transferred to Bangladesh Navy around two weeks ago have reached Malaysia on its way to Bangladesh. A team from the Royal Malaysian Navy went to greet the visiting Bangladeshi Navy ships.

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Bangladesh Navy Personnel from BNS Abu Ubadiyah and BNS Umar Farooq in Malaysia, where they stopped before continuing their journey to Bangladesh.

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