FV432

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HISTORY

The FV432 is an APC that was designed and used by the United Kingdom. Production started in 1962 and ended in 1971 after approximately 3,000 FV432s were built. FV432s had minor amphibious abilities and would propel themselves via their track.

FV432s are being phased out of the UK armed forces in favor of newer APCs being produced, although there are still about 1000 FV432s that have been upgraded to mark three specs and renamed “Bulldog.”

SPECS

Dimensions
  • Length: 5.25m

  • Width: 2.8m

  • Length: 2.28

  • Weight: 15 tons

 

The FV432 (depending on the variant) would have a crew of two which was a driver and a commander. An additional 10 men could carry in the 432 variant.

 

Engine
  • The FV432 was powered by the Rolls-Royce K60 that had 240hp. The FV432 has a speed of 70 km/h and an operational range of 580 kilometers.

Armament
  • The FV432 was capable of many armaments, depending on what the situation called for, it could be switched between a selection. The most common armament was the 7.62 mm L7 GPMG machine gun. Secondary armaments would be smoke discharges.

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