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Infrastructure Projects of Brazil


His Dudeness
Jul 2, 2018
Small Arms Weapons Plants

Cost: 100,000,000

Status: Complete

Brazil purchased rights to produce small arms from Israel Weapons Industries.

Brazil will build two plants. Each plant will be on 50 acres of land. Each plant will employ 500 workers. Each plant will be operational 16 hours a day. One plant will be for assault rifle manufacture. The other plant will be for handguns and other miscellaneous items from the IWI catalogue. There will be a repair and weapons testing facility on each site. The goal is to fit out the entire Brazilian Military in three months, approximately 50,000 weapons per month from each plant But orders will increase as weapons age and as the Brazilian Armed Forces expand, as well as weapons being used by police units.

National Cyber Security Centers

Cost: 300,000,000

Status: Complete

* 1 Cyber Security Buildings will be built in Brazil in Brasilia They will house the nations Cyber Defense Teams, Cyber Attack Units as well as SIGNIT operators.

* The compound will be located in out of the way suburban districts with roads accessible only to authorised personnel. Each will have 500,000 square feet of space. They each will have their own power grids. They will be linked up to current Brazilian satellites and supercomputers for data collection.

* Each will have 50 watchposts with at least 2 armed guards at each post 24 hours a day. There will be 5 VBMT-LR's at each site. Compounds will be surrounded by 3 meter high electrified fences. Each will have two helipads. They will have their own water supply and enough food storage for 3 months in case of war or a national emergency. Entrance at the gate will be done by face scan. Entrance into the facility will be by fingerprint key only.

1) Joint Counter-Insurgency and Jungle Warfare Center
Cost: 300,000,000

Status: Complete

This facility would be dedicated to the training and research of the argentine and brazilian Army in unconventional warfare, especially counter-insurgency, guerrilla and general jungle warfare.

Participants Soldiers will receive training in identifying improvised explosive devices (IED), jungle survival, counter terrorism, and interrogation techniques, focusing on physical fitness, reflex firing techniques and tactical lessons. The training would be practical oriented with number of lectures, discussions, case studies, sand model exercises & outdoor exercises.

In the Jungle operations, soldiers will be tested and trained in special tactics, techniques and procedures. In this scenario soldiers will put through physical drills and common-sense tips on how to survive in the jungle by studying its characteristics, dense vegetation with limited visibility, heavy cross compartmentalisation, streams & rivers, heat & humidity, few roads, numerous tracks and limited communication.

The Center will be financed in equal parts by Argentina and Brazil and located in a jungle area with easy access through roads, preferably with a small airfield nearby.

Infrastructure improvement between Argentina and Brazil -Improvement of former Route 116 (Now RN-41)

Cost: 500,000,000 Each country - 1,000,000,000 Total

Status: Complete

- Improvement of former Route 116 (Now RN-41) That connects the argentine Province of Uruguay with the the Brazilian State of San Pablo. Specifically, the part between San Pablo and Rio De Janeiro would be made double sided, with 3 lanes per direction. The custom and migration post at the border would also be overhauled and modernized to expand its capacity and make the transition faster.

Improvement of the Curitiba/San Pablo - Belo Horizonte/Rio de Janeiro Railroad Line

Cost: 600,000,000 Each Country, 1.2 Billion Total

Status: Complete

- Improvement of the Curitiba/San Pablo - Belo Horizonte/Rio de Janeiro railroad line, to increase cargo and passenger transport, reducing logistical costs.

ABRAWTAC - Argentina Brazil Asymmetric Warfare Training Center

Cost: 100,000,000 Each Country, 200,000,000 Total

Status: Complete

The site will be 2.5 km square. There will dorm style housing for 500 soldiers.

Urban Area
The Urban Area is specifically designed to replicate a realistic urban setting, with a wide range of buildings and facilities that simulate every possible situation of urban warfare or conflict within cities or villages.

The 56 different city buildings and facilities, split into three sections, offer a comprehensive live training stage for operations taking place in public squares, residential buildings, business areas, and even banks and gas stations, among many others.

These typical city/village buildings are planned and constructed to implement training programs that enable live fire training, with access to full review and scoring, all executed at the highest levels of safety.

In addition, the realistic training experience is further enhanced with real-life special effects including concussion wave cannons, machine gun simulators, speakers, plus battlefield smell and smoke generators. The training sessions are fully-captured by hundreds of day/night cameras and microphones to allow a full post-training review and evaluation.

The Urban Area is capable of providing the perfect training grounds for a variety of complex and highly-customized training programs, and in order to meet the different requirements of these different training operations, it is divided into three unique sections.

These three sections provide separate, yet connected, areas that can accommodate programs and training sessions to prepare special operations teams for every possible urban incident or conflict.

Section 1:

Located at the front-end of the Urban Area, Section 1 is the main and largest terrain for multiple and diverse training operations, with special buildings carefully distributed around the section to simulate a realistic neighborhood. Section 1 contains the following buildings:

Residential (Population) Center: Consist of two separated buildings, the first building represents apartments complex of three floors, the second building represent entertaining center composed of 1 floor.

Densely-Populated Residential Area: Located at the beginning of the range, composed of four separated buildings, the first building has three floors, the second building has two floors and an apartment building has three floors. The apartments building has 2 entry points on both sides and emergency stairs and elevator.

Big Villa: This range has 2 separated buildings, the first building represents the villa which is a huge building of 2 floors , the second building is small and represent the butler house, the villa also has a small yard.

Public Area: Has one U shaped building and has a lot of attached room and a big yard in the middle.

The Market: Composed of 5 separated buildings, 1 building has 2 floors, 2 buildings have 1 floor, one big building with 1 floor, 1 building of 2 floors represents the municipality which has inside and outside stairs.

The Bank: Composed of three buildings with 2 floors.

Trade Area: Composed of a small building with 2 floors represent Industrial area and a 1 floor building opened form the front representing parking area for three vehicles.

Gas Station: With two pumps (can execute a symbolic Gas controlled safe explosion).

Industrial Area: One Building (with many storage areas, offices and a tower).

The Storage: It is a big building consists of many breaching rooms equipped with ladders to enable the instructors and visitors to watch the training.

After Action Room: A hall equipped with screens and monitors for training action review of footage recorded from Range Operations Control (ROC) Tower.

Section 2:

Section 2 is separated by barricades and is only accessible from Section 1, and it is designed to provide a confined training ground within an urban setting that allows for specific training courses and operations around and inside diverse building structures.

The range of buildings’ sizes and their area plan distribution offer a unique opportunity for the executing of specialized and customized training operations. Section 2 contains of:

Large 6-floor Building.
Three Big 3-floor Buildings.
Two Medium 2-floor Buildings .
Three Small Buildings.
Section 3:

Section 3 is located between two cliff barriers and is designed to resemble a high population density area, with multiple small residences in a village-type setting.

The specialized training courses and sessions conducted in this condensed large area offer an unmatched Special-Op experience that is hard to emulate.

Section 3 consists of:

19 Small 1-floor Buildings.
Two Medium 2-floor Building.
All buildings are equipped with cameras, microphones, sound effects, and capable of recording the training events.

There will also be one airplane and bus available for anti-terror training.
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