Military Tank Without Any Weapons – Bridge Layer Tank | Indian Bridge Layer Tank – Arjun BLT


Military Tank Without Any Weapons – Bridge Layer Tank | Indian Bridge Layer Tank – Arjun BLT
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Limited Series Production order for 12 Bridge Layer Tank T-72 (BLT) has been placed by the Army. Six of these BLTs are getting ready for delivery to the Army. The BLT incorporates some of the most modern and state-of-the-art technological features having high degree of commonality with current tank fleet of the Indian Army.

– Kartik BLT

Kartik is an armoured vehicle-launched bridge (AVLB) designed and developed by CVRDE and Research and Development Establishment, Pune. It is a second generation Indian Bridge Layer Tank (BLT), first introduced in 1989.

– DRDO Sarvatra

Sarvatra is a truck-mounted, multi-span, mobile bridging system developed by Research and Development Establishment (R&DE) of Defence Research and Development Organisation for the Indian army. Its nodal production agency is Bharat Earth Movers, Bangalore.

– Arjun BLT (Armored Bridgelayer)

The Arjun BLT (or Bridge Layer Tank) is a combat engineering vehicle, designed to carry, lay and retrieve an assault bridge. It was developed by DRDO. The reason this bridgelayer was developed, is because the current Indian AVLBs are not capable of supporting the Arjun MBTs, that are much heavier than the previous tanks, operated by the Indian Army. It is worth mentioning that to date there were no production orders on this armored bridgelayer.

– Armoured Vehicle-Launched Bridge

An armoured vehicle-launched bridge (AVLB) is a combat support vehicle, sometimes regarded as a subtype of military engineering vehicle, designed to assist militaries in rapidly deploying tanks and other armoured fighting vehicles across gap-type obstacles, such as (and primarily) rivers. The AVLB is usually a tracked vehicle converted from a tank chassis to carry a folding metal bridge instead of weapons. The AVLB’s job is to allow armoured or infantry units to cross craters, anti-tank ditches, blown bridges, railroad cuts, canals, rivers and ravines), when a river too deep for vehicles to wade through is reached, and no bridge is conveniently located (or sufficiently sturdy, a substantial concern when moving 60-ton tanks).

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