SISO Enumeration: 1.1.2126.96.36.199
This BMD-2 model with Ukraine (UA) markings, comprised of 24,007 polygons and 42.4 MB of textures (per paint scheme), is part of MVRsimulation's 3D Content Military Entity Library. The model has an articulated turret and gun. The headlights, taillights, and brake lights are controlled on appearance switch states. Included in the markings is the characteristic white circle with breaks, which denotes a Ukranian vehicle. This marking is an important detail as both the Russians and Ukranians could potentially be using the same vehicle type differentiated only by the primarily markings.
The large image shows the BMD-2 model UA model in MVRsimulation's Model Viewer with a photo of the actual vehicle loaded in the background as a reference image. The ability to use reference image in the Model Viewer is a feature of VRSG.
The BMD-2 airborne amphibious infantry fighting vehicle (IFV), a modern variant of the BMD-1, was introduced into the Russian armed forces in 1985 and was further put into operation in India, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. A compact well-armored vehicle equipped to carry 5 soldiers, the BMD-2 is airlifted by medium military transport aircraft and can be para-dropped using a rocket parachute with a platform. The vehicle is fully amphibious, and is propelled in the water by two water-jets at the rear of the hull. The BMD-2 had been in recent use in the Ukraine during its crisis with Russia. The vehicle belongs to the Ukraine 24th Airborne Brigade.
The BMD-2 UA model is available for download to MVRsimulation's customers on active software maintenance. MVRsimulation's models are encrypted and require a hardware dongle to view.
MVRsimulation's BMD-2 UA amphibious infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) displayed against a photo of the actual vehicle as the background in MVRsimulation's Model Viewer.
Specific Model Variants
MVRsimulation strives to deliver models in correct paint and camouflage schemes. We may alter models to match real captured and altered equipment as this helps simulate allied platforms that are now valid OPFOR targets.
There are multiple BMD-2 model variants with different paint schemes.