Product type: Training Simulators & Training Aids  
Name: Training vehicle  

The BMP-3 IFV Training Facilities include driver's running simulator, systems training class and weapons training compartment.

The driver's running simulator is a full tracked, amphibious vehicle on the BMP-3 IFV chassis used to train the driver and troops. The vehicle is equipped with 8 seats in the hull and 4 seats in the cabin installed instead of the turret. Training is organized by the instructor from a workstation next to driver or from another one inside the cabin place. The instructor is provided with controls at his workstations in hull (brake, fuel supply interrupter, TVNE-1PA night vision device) and cabin (brake, fuel supply interrupter, driver's indicator panel) and can intervene to set up various non-standard situations or change indications on the driver panel.

The systems training class is a stationary equipment complex comprising mobile frame stands and units for studying engine, its systems, transmission, water jet propulsion system, bilge pumps, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, control links, running gear and electric equipment. The training equipment weighs 7,640 kg. About 170 sq.m are required to accommodate the equipment and conduct lessons.

The weapons training compartment is a stationary facility intended to organize studies of the arrangement and operation of the BMP-3 weapon systems and units, their maintenance and servicing.

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