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Academy Models - 'United Nations' Warrior MCV - 5 of 6
The tracked IFV known to the British Army as the Warrior was originally known as MCV-80. It was intended to replace the old FV432 armoured personnel carrier. This vehicle was developed via a series of pre-production prototypes from 1980 onwards, with production by GKN Defence commencing during 1986.
The Warrior has been in British Army service since 1988, seeing combat in the Gulf in 1991 and during Iraq war. Production of this armored vehicle ceased in 1995. The original order was for over 1000 units but army reorganisations reduced that to 789 of all types sufficient to equip seven mechanised Infantry battalions. The British Army plans to operate these armoured fighting vehicles until 2035.
The base model is the Warrior Section Vehicle armed with a 30-mm Rarden cannon and a 7.62-mm machine gun in a two-man turret. The main gun is capable of destroying enemy armored personnel carriers at ranges of up to 1500 m.
The Warrior IFV has an all-welded aluminum armour hull. This armored fighting vehicle is fitted with NBC protection system. During military conflicts vehicles were provided with extra passive armor panels but these are not normally carried during peacetime operations.
The seven troops carried enter through a door in the hull rear. Once they are inside there are sufficient combat supplies carried to maintain them in action for at least 48 hours.
The British Army also operates a Warrior Mechanised Artillery Observation Vehicle (MAOV) on which the only turret armament is a 7.62-mm machine gun and a dummy cannon barrel. There are two repair and recovery vehicles, the Warrior Mechanised Recovery Vehicle (Repair) (MCV(R)) and Mechanized Combat Repair Vehicle (MCVR), both armed with a single 7.62-mm machine gun and equipped for their roles with winches, cranes and other equipment.
A Warrior Command Vehicle is produced in four sub-variants (one for the artillery), all outwardly identical to the Section Vehicle.
Warriors may be fitted with dozer blades or light mine-clearing ploughs and an ATGW Warrior carrying MILAN or (eventually) TRIGAT entered service during the last decade.
Several trial armament installations have been tested on Warrior including one with a 90-mm gun turret.
A special hot weather version known as the Desert Warrior, or Fahris, has been ordered by Kuwait - this model has a 25-mm cannon main armament. A total of 254 Desert Warrior IFVs were built.
British vehicles have seen frequent use and are undergoing an upgrade programme. It includes new armour, new turret and 40-mm cannon. Over 600 of these IFVs will be upgraded to keep them in service. Remaining Warriors will be converted to armoured recovery vehicles
2009 338/365 Santa Claus comes to town
On the first Friday in December, every year, Santa Claus comes to our little town to light the lights and tree on City Hall. He is escorted to the town square on an vintage fire engine. We go every year. There is free hot cocoa, and Santa stays to say hello to everyone that wants to say hello. There seemed to be a slightly smaller crowd this year and a lot more television coverage. There were no less than 4 news crews and satelite vans at the square. Unfortunately, they weren't just there to do a feel good story.
Last weekend a family of 4 was killed by an under age drunk driver. They were on their way home from a holiday in Hawaii, Mom, Dad, 8 year old boy and 5 year old girl, when their SUV was hit by a Mini Cooper driven by a 19 year old who was driving 70+ miles an hour. The whole family was killed, and the 19 yeaar old who caused the accident was killed as well. The 3 hour memorial service for them was this afternoon, and some of the people who attended the memorial walked from the children's school to the town square. I was approached to do an interview for our local NBC station, I declined. I didn't know the family personally, but know a couple of people who were close friends of theirs. it is a terrible tragedy. To make matters worse, their house was broken into after news of their death aired on the bay area network news. Their car was stolen, credit card numbers were taken, all of her jewelry stolen and the whole house was ransacked, childern's rooms destroyed and toys gone through. Thankfully, the suspected criminals were caught, driving the stolen car and wearing he dead woman's stolen jewelry. It really does make you question your fellow human beings...
Not a great way to start the Christmas season, still, the kids enjoyed seeing Santa and friends at the square.
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