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A BTR-94 being transported to Iraq as a donation from the Jordanian government, 2004
|Type||Armoured personnel carrier|
|Place of origin||Ukraine|
|Used by||Jordan, Iraq|
|Crew||3 +10 passengers|
|twin 23x152mm 2A7M cannon|
|7.62 mm PKT machine gun|
|Ground clearance||475 mm|
|Fuel capacity||300 litres|
|Speed||85 km/h, 9 km/h swim|
The BTR-94 is a Ukrainian amphibious armoured personnel carrier (Bronetransporter), a modification of the Soviet eight-wheeled BTR-80. The BTR-94's turret BAU-23x2 is larger than the BTR-80's BPU-1 and is fitted with a twin 23x152mm gun 2A7M with 200 rounds, a coaxial KT-7.62 machinegun with 2,000 rounds, six 81 mm smoke grenade launchers and a combined optical sight 1PZ-7-23. Each 2A7M gun has a max. rate of fire of 850 rds/min. The same gun is mounted on the ZSU-23-4. The BAU-23x2 module can also be mounted on other armoured vehicles like the BTR-70 or Ratel IFV.
- Jordan - Jordan ordered 50 BTR-94's in 1997, the first vehicles were delivered in 2000.
- Iraq - Iraq received 50 BTR-94's donated by Jordan in 2004 for use by the Mechanized Police Brigade.
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- BTR-94 at GlobalSecurity.org
- Morozov's site about BAU-23
- Development of Ukrainian armour
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