Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Indonesia reportedly orders Didgori AMEVs from Georgia

Indonesia has ordered Didgori Armoured Medical Evacuation Vehicles (AMEV) from Georgia’s Delta State Military Scientific-Technical Centre (STC Delta), according to Georgian newspaper reports.

According to scout-thedeaddistrict.blogspot.com, Ucha Dzidzuashvili, Director General of the STC Delta, speaking on the results of the company’s work in 2018, har reported that was signed a contract with Indonesia for the delivery of Didgori AMEVs.

“A contract has been signed, an advance payment has been made and work is underway,” said Ucha Dzidzuashvili.

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Details of the contract were not disclosed.

The Didgori AMEV is a medical evacuation variant of the Delta’s 4×4 Didgori light armoured vehicle (LAV), which was first unveiled in 2011.

The Didgori armoured medical evacuation vehicle features a 4×4 wheeled Ford F550 super heavy-duty truck chassis powered by a 6.7-litre V8 turbocharged diesel developing 300 hp coupled to an automatic transmission with six forward and one reverse gear, enabling the vehicle to achieve a stated maximum road speed of up to 120 km/h.

The vehicle has a length of 6.55m, width of 2.39m, wheel base of 3.57m, and ground clearance of 0.5m. 

The vehicle is also outfitted with a full air-conditioning system, powered steering, portable search light, strobe lights, and a central tyre-inflation system.

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