Whatever happened to your Cobras? Ever since the Didgori showed up I haven't seen many pics of em
When I mentioned AK series, of course I mean the newer ones, advocating for equipping our army with AK-47 is almost like giving them Long-swords and Bows and Arrows
All in all I think we agree on most parts. By the way do you know anything about what they are going to display on the 26th? Will there be tracked vehicles? Anything new we might want to watch out for?
And besides now that we have our national products, it would be bad for the PR of the Government to display anything foreign, if you catch my drift
Yeah, I am very interesting what kind of ammunition, they will expose in that small documentary on May 26.
.... and the retardiness goes on .....Parade will be held in Kutaisi at the new parliament building
Why don't they simply declare Kutaisi as the actual capital of Georgia ( ****, I shouldn't provide them more retarded ideas .... )
Some photos from the rehearsal of the Parade in Kutaisi.
Lazika (boy, do I hate this designation )
Didgori 2 with Minigun
Didgori 2 with Remote Control Module (although it is a bit shorter than Didgori 2, which would suggest that it could be Didgori 4)
Spyder SAM Command and Control Vehicle
Last edited by Georgian Warrior; 05-22-2012 at 06:11 PM.
... Seems that I was right about a new APC variant, but actually I was expecting a different vehicle .... hm, could be still in development though.
Anyway, nice to see diverse variants, also with RC turrets. But I honestly don't get the idea of the Didgori-3 .....
Edit: Could be multifunctional, maybe the rear components are for an installation of mortar system with ammo storage + troop transport.
About those Spyders. It is a bit strange to me that they didn't expose them in 2010, when they clearly showed some of the vehicles during the rehearsel. Spyder is in use for some 5, probably 6 years now .........
Thank you for the pictures !
Last edited by WhiteGeorge; 05-23-2012 at 08:59 AM.
From:Yesterday the newspaper , "THE VIEW" , referring to information from its correspondent in Georgia, reported on the upcoming May 26 show the first tank "collected" in Georgia, hinting at a possible next upgrade of the Russian T-72. However, an additional 12 April, one of Georgia's blogs , similar to "project engineer" from the center of "Delta" was spread about that this tank is full of Georgian national development, with the support of U.S. firms (but who would doubt), "General Electric "and" General Dynamics ",It is also reported on the possible export of the tank Georgia Allies, as well as in Iraq and Pakistan, Are these images correspond to the actual appearance of the Georgian tank is not yet known, but the premiere a few days left to wait - wait and see..
Why start developing your own tank design anyway, T-72SIM1 is fairly potent machine, and there are plenty of (fairly) new secondhand western tanks out there for a bargain.