|Type||Armoured Personnel Carrier|
|Place of origin||Yugoslavia|
|Used by||See Operators|
|Weight||9.1 tonnes (20,062 lbs)|
|Length||5.7 m (18 ft 8 in)|
|Width||2.53 m (8 ft 4 in)|
|Height||2.33 m (7 ft 8 in)|
|Armor||10-15mm of steel|
|7.62 mm or 12.7 mm|
|Engine||Deutz F6L413 diesel engine
150 hp (110 kW) at 2650 rpm
|500 km (300 mi)|
|Speed||95 km/h (59 mph)|
The BOV has a capacity of 10, including a driver, gunner and eight infantrymen. The vehicle has a four-wheel drive and is powered by the Deutz type F 6L 413 F six-cylinder diesel engine developing 150 hp (110 kW) at 2650 rpm.
The BOV was used for internal security and military duties. It was most commonly used by territorial defence units, in several variants equipped with machine guns, water cannons, smoke and tear gas dispensers for crowd control and riots.
- BOV-1 - anti-tank vehicle armed with 6x AT-3 missiles. Also known as POL M-83.
- BOV-3 - air-defence version with triple M55A4B1 20mm cannon and 1,500 rounds.
- BOV-30 - prototype air-defence vehicle with twin mounted 30mm guns.
- BOV-M - armoured personnel carrier for the Milicija. This version is armed with smoke-grenade launchers and a 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun.
- BOV-SN - ambulance version.
- BOV-VP - armoured personnel carrier for the military police. Also known as M-86.
- BOV M10 for artillery systems command and control.
- BOV M11 armored reconnaissance vehicle.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina - 42 BOV-VP and 39 BOV-3
- Croatia - 40 BOV-3, 37 BOV-1 and 54 BOV-VP(used mainly for peacekeeping) also 36 BOV-M are used by the Police.
- Serbia - 86 BOV-VP, 86 BOV-1 and 85 BOV-3
- Slovenia - 16 BOV-VP and 28 BOV-M (reserve status)
Former BOV(APC) Operators
- Yugoslavia - Passed on to successor states
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