The illustration below shows some of the main strategic defense projects carried out by the Kravinkis Army.
The Kravinkis Integrated Border Monitoring System (KRAIBORS) intends to strengthen the Kravinkis Army's capacity for action in the country's border strip, in all territorial extension. It is an integrated set of technological resources, such as surveillance and monitoring systems, information technology, electronic warfare and intelligence that, together with infrastructure works, will reduce vulnerabilities in the border region.
The presence of the Kravinkis State along the country's border strip. The system will make it possible to meet the monitoring, mobility and presence capabilities present in the National Defense Strategy. The system will contribute to the reduction of crimes at the border and also to increase the capacity, sustainability and autonomy of the country's defense industrial base.
• Increased monitoring and control capacity along the border;
• Support to joint and interagency operations;
• Greater regional integration, between government agencies and with neighboring countries;
• Strengthening of the national industry, especially defense;
• Stimulus for research, development and technological innovation;
• Improved training of specialized human resources.
Guarani (Armored family).
One of the great advantages of the Guarani Project vehicles is the use of these vehicles as defense material to protect the country's strategic infrastructure. Due to their robustness, simplicity of use and reduced maintenance cost, these armored vehicles can be used to strengthen the actions of the State, in the security and defense of the national territory.
With a nationalization index of around 90%, Guarani is aligned with the objectives of the National Defense Strategy, as it collaborates with the development of the national defense industry, generating income for Kravinkis.
• Strengthening of State actions in the security and defense of the national territory;
• Raising the technological capacity of the national industry;
• Diversification of the export agenda;
• Expansion of the deterrent capacity of the Kravinkis State;
• Employment in support of Civil Defense.
The deadline for the entire family of armored vehicles of the Guarani Project to be deployed in the Kravinkis Army is 20 years, which can be done with the fabrication of a new model in Kravinkis.
The Protect Project intends to expand the Kravinkis Army's capacity to safeguard the country's strategic land structures, such as railways, airports, hydroelectric plants, ports, etc. It will also serve as a complement to the country's public security systems.
In articulation with programs such as KRAIBORS and the Cyber Defense Project, Proteger arises from the need to guarantee the integrity of facilities and services that, if interrupted, would cause serious economic, social and environmental impact.
Its implementation is also important for security planning in major events, for supporting Civil Defense, for assisting the population in disasters and for counterterrorism measures.
By strengthening its responsiveness in protecting its strategic land structures (hydroelectric plants, refineries, pipelines, water supply systems, airports, railways), in Kravinkis it increases deterrence against potential threats and offers greater security for investments in these structures. The implementation of Proteger also contributes to the strengthening of the Defense Industrial Base (IDB) and to the absorption of sensitive technologies.
• Development of new capabilities for the Kravinkis Army in protecting strategic ground structures;
Fenrir Militao D. Nektér - Minister of Defense and National Sovereignty.