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    Quote Originally Posted by Damian90 View Post
    A river.
    No. MSTA - is the old name of "revenge".

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    As well as river, everything depends on interpretation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damian90 View Post
    As well as river, everything depends on interpretation.
    We should add these three interpretations to their Wikipedia page!

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    Fiches

    [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]2S19 (MSTA-S)[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]2S25 Sprut-SD[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]2S31 Vena[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]AK-74[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BMD-4[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BMP-3[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BMP-T[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BMR-3M[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BREM-L Beglianka[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BRM-3K Rys[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BTR-80/82[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]BTR-90[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]Iskander (SS-26)[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]Koalitsiya-SV[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]Smerch[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]T-90[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]TIGR (GAZ 2330)[/SIZE] [SIZE=2]> [/SIZE][SIZE=2]Vodnik (GAZ 3937)[/SIZE]

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    "RUSSIA'S ARMS AND TECHNOLOGIES. THE XXI CENTURY ENCYCLOPEDIA"
    Volume 7 — "Armored Vehicles"


    Armored fighting vehicles
    Combat properties of Tanks and other armored fighting vehicles
    Armored vehicles, maintenance and recovery vehicles and trainer
    Weapons systems derived from armored vehicles
    Storage, disposal and scrapping of armored vehicles
    Remote-controlled robotic systems
    Manufacturers of armored vehicles and repair organizations

    Armored fighting vehicles
    Tanks
    Main battle tanks
    Tank T-90
    Tank T-90S
    Tank T-72
    Tank T-72A
    Tank T-72M
    Tank T-72B
    Tank T-72S
    Tank T-72B1
    Tank T-72M1
    Tank T-72AB
    Modernization of Tank T-72
    Modernization of Tank T-72M1
    Upgrading of tank T-72 with an improved day/night fire-control system integrated with guided weapons
    Tank T-80 (Article 219sp2)
    Tank T-80B
    Tank T-80BV
    Tank T-80U (powered by gas turbine engine)
    Tank T-80UK
    Tank T-80U (improved version)
    Tank T-80U-M1
    Tank T-80U powered by diesel engine 6TD (T-80UD)
    The Black Eagle
    Tank T-64
    Tank T-64A
    Tank T-64B
    Medium tanks
    Tank T-62
    Tank T-62A
    Tank T-62D
    Tank T-62M
    Tank T-62MV
    Tank T-55
    Tank T-55A
    Tank T-55AM
    Tank T-55AD
    Tank T-55AMV
    Flame throwing tank TO-55 (article 482)
    Modernized tank T-55 (with six road wheels)
    T-55 modernization variants
    Tank T-54
    Tank T-54A
    Tank T-54B
    Tank T-44
    Tank T-34 (1940 production model)
    Tank T-34 (1942 production model)
    Tank T-34 (1941 production model)
    Tank T-34 (1943 production model)
    Tank T-34-85
    Light tanks
    PT-76 amphibious tank
    Heavy tanks
    Heavy tank IS-3
    Heavy tank T-10
    Heavy tank T-10M
    Missile tanks
    Experimental missile tank (article 282)
    Missile tank IT-1
    Project OBT-3
    Articulated armored tracked combat vehicle
    Tank support combat vehicle BMPT
    Infantry fighting and airborne assault vehicles
    BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle
    Fighting compartment of the BMP-3 IFV
    Modernization of the BMP-3 IFV
    BMP-3K infantry fighting vehicle
    BMP-3F infantry fighting vehicle
    BMP-3M infantry fighting vehicle
    BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle
    Variants of BMP-1 modernization
    BMP-1P infantry fighting vehicle
    BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicle
    Fighting compartment of the BMP-2M IFV
    Fighting compartment of the BMP-2 IFV
    Modernization of the BMP-2 IFV
    Kliver one-man fighting module mounting an integrated armament system including guns and anti-armor guided weapons
    Standard BMP-3 chassis
    BMD-3 airborne assault vehicle
    BMD-3M airborne assault vehicle
    BMD-1 airborne assault vehicle
    BMD-1P airborne assault vehicle
    BMD-2 airborne assault vehicle
    Commander's vehicle BTR-2K
    Armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicles
    BRDM-3 armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle
    BRDM armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle
    BRDM-2 armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle
    BRDM-2 armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle (upgraded)
    Modernization of the BRDM-2 armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle
    BRM-3K RYS armored reconnaissance vehicle
    RDM-2T patrol and reconnaissance vehicle
    Armored personnel carriers
    BTR-90 Rostok armored personnel carrier
    BTR-80 armored personnel carrier
    BTR-80K armored personnel carrier
    BTR-80A armored personnel carrier
    BTR-80M armored personnel carrier
    BTR-90M armored personnel carrier
    BTR-70 armored personnel carrier
    BTR-60P (GAZ-49) armored personnel carrier
    BTR-60PA armored personnel carrier
    BTR-60PB, BTR-60PV armored personnel carriers
    Modernization of armored personnel carriers BTR-60 and BTR-70
    BPM-97 armored wheeled border patrol vehicle
    Lightly armored half-track vehicle (Article 019)
    BTR-152 wheeled armored personnel carrier
    BTR-40 armored personnel carrier
    Tracked armored personnel carrier
    BTR-50P tracked armored personnel carrier
    BTR-D tracked armored personnel carrier
    BTR-T heavy armored personnel carrier
    Highly mobile army vehicles
    GAZ-3937 and GAZ 39371 ("Vodnik" family) highly mobile versatile army vehicles
    Combat properties of Tanks and other armored fighting vehicles
    Firepower
    Main guns and machine guns installed in tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers and their derivatives
    125-mm smoothbore tank guns 2A46, 2A46-1 and 2A46M
    125-mm smoothbore tank guns 2A46M and 2A46M-1
    120-mm tank gun M-395
    115-mm gun U-5TS installed in medium tank T-62
    100-mm tank guns D-10T, D-10TG and D1-T2S
    76-mm tank gun D-56
    Armament system of the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle
    73-mm smoothbore gun 2A28M
    30-mm 2A72 automatic cannon of increased service life
    30-mm 2A42 automatic cannon
    12.7-mm NSVT-12.7 machine gun
    12.7-mm Kord machine gun
    14.5-mm KPVT large-caliber machine gun
    7.62-mm Kalashnikov
    PKT machine gun
    7.62-mm PKTM tank machine gun
    Tank guided weapons
    "Bastion" guided weapons system for tank T-55
    "Sheksna" guided weapons system for tank T-62
    "Svir" guided weapons system for tank T-72
    "Reflex" guided weapons system for tank T-80
    Upgraded rounds with guided missiles for tanks T-55, T-62 and infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3
    "Kobra" guided weapons system
    Ammunition for main guns and machine guns of armored vehicles
    125-mm round 3VBM17 with hard-core projectile 3BM42 for tank gun D-81
    125-mm round 3VBK25 with shaped-charge projectile 3BK29M for tank gun D-81
    125-mm round 3VBK16 with shaped-charge projectile 3BK18M for tank gun D-81
    125-mm round 3VOF36 with high-explosive projectile 3OF26 for tank gun D-81
    125-mm practice round 3VP6 with hard-core projectile 3P31 for tank gun D-81
    125-mm round 3VBK25in with inert-loaded shaped-charge projectile 3BK29in for tank gun D-81
    125-mm blank round 4KH33 fired from tank gun
    115-mm round 3UBM9 with hard-core projectile 3BM21 fired from gun U-5TS
    115-mm round 3UBK7 with hard-core projectile 3BK15M fired from gun U-5TS
    115-mm round 3UOF37 with high-explosive projectile 3UOF27 fired from gun U-5TS
    100-mm round 3UOF17 fired from gun 2A70 mounted in BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle
    100-mm round 3UOF19 with high-explosive projectile
    100-mm round 3UBM11 with hard-core projectile 3BM25 fired from gun D-10T
    100-mm round 3UBK9 with shaped-charge projectile 3BK17M fired from gun D-10T
    100-mm round 3UOF10 with high-explosive projectile 3OF32 (full charge) fired from guns D-10T, D-10S and BS-3
    Antitank round PG-15VS
    73 mm round OG-9M with high-explosive grenade OG-15VM
    73 mm round with high-explosive grenade OG-15VM1
    30-mm cartridges for small-caliber artillery systems mounted in armored fighting vehicles
    30-mm cartridge 3UBR8 with hard-core bullet
    30-mm cartridges with hard-core (HC) and armor-piercing tracer (APT) bullets
    30-mm cartridges with high-explosive incendiary (HEI) and fragmentation tracer (FT) bullets
    14.5-mm cartridge with armor-piercing incendiary bullet B-32
    12.7-mm cartridge with armor-piercing incendiary bullet B-32
    12.7-mm cartridge with bullet BS
    12.7-mm cartridge with armor-piercing incendiary bullet BZT-44 with tracer
    7.62-mm rifle cartridge with steel-core bullet (INDEX 57-N-323S) and increased penetration capacity bullet
    7.62-mm rifle cartridge with tracer bullet T-46 (INDEX 7T2) and upgraded tracer bullet T-46M (INDEX 7T2M)
    7.62-mm rifle cartridge with armor-piercing incendiary bullet B-32 (INDEX 7B3-3)
    7.62-mm blank rifle cartridge (INDEX 57-KH-340)
    7.62-mm test rifle cartridge (INDEX 57-NE-UCHE)
    Belt-filling machines
    Belt-filling machine MS-7.62 (9-GD-622)
    Universal belt-filling machine 6Ch29
    Belt-loading/unloading machine 6Y16
    Universal belt-filling machine USM-30 (9-GD-623)
    Fire-control systems, weapons stabilizers, sights, sensors and vision devices
    Fire-control system 1A33 of tank T-80B
    Fire-control system 1A43 (1Ђ45) of tanks T-80U and T-90S
    Tank commander's day/night passive/active periscope PNK-4S Agat-S
    Tank gunner's passive/active night sighting system T01-K01 Buran-PA
    Gunner's sighting system 1A40-1 (TPD-K1) installed in T-72 tanks
    Modernization of fire-control systems
    Introduction of round-the-clock fire-control system
    Modern weapons stabilization and laying system of tanks T-80 and T-90
    Modernization of tank weapons stabilizers
    Modernization of weapons stabilizers 2E23 and 2E28 of tank T-72
    Modernization of weapons stabilizer 2E42 of tanks T-80 and T-90
    Modernization of weapons stabilizers STP-2 and 2E15 of tanks T-55 and T-62
    Modern weapons stabilization and laying system 2E36-5 installed in BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicle
    Versatile weapons stabilizer 2E52m of infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3
    High accuracy weapons stabilization and laying system 2E52-2 installed in BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle
    Tank commander's day/night periscope PNK Agat-M
    Tank gunner's night periscope Buran-M
    Tank gunner's thermal-imaging sight T01-P02 Agava-2
    Tank-mounted thermal-imaging sight "Noktyurn"
    Fire control from commander's station
    Firing data computing system 1A43 of tanks T-80U and T-90S
    Wind and atmospheric pressure sensor DVD
    Capacitive wind sensor DV-EBS with integration unit
    Built-in range finding sight to tank gun adjustment unit
    Multi-channel gunner's sight Buklet-M
    "Plisa" thermal-imaging sight
    "Essa" thermal-imaging sight
    "Sozh" sight
    Combined (day/night) commander's periscope TKN-3 (3B)
    Commander's periscopes TKN-1S and TKN-1SM
    Commander's binocular periscopes TKN-3, TKN-3M and TKN-3MK
    Periscope TKN-AI
    Anti-aircraft daylight periscopic sight 1P3
    Anti-aircraft daylight periscopic sight 1P67
    Night sight 1PN96
    Armored vehicle driver night vision device TVNE-4PA
    Tank T-55 refit with sight 1K13-2 and rangefinder 1D16
    TNP-1 and TNPO-01 terrain surveillance devices
    TNPO-160, TNPO-170A, TNPO-168V and TNP-165A viewers
    Combined binocular periscopes TNPK-240A, TNPK-240P, TNPP-220A, TNP3VE01(01) AND TNP3VE04
    Electrically heated protective glass plates
    Viewers with electrically heated windows
    Night vision driver's viewers TVN-5 and TVN-5L
    Commander's monocular periscopic day sight 1P3-3 for installation in BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicle
    Observation and surveillance device 1PN61
    Thermal imaging viewer 1PN71
    Armored vehicle driver's day/night viewer TVK
    Reflector sight VK10T (1P66) for machine gun NSV-12.7
    Protection
    Protection systems of tanks and other armored fighting vehicles
    Evolution of cannon-proof and bullet-proof armor
    Modernization of add-on armor protection system of tanks T-54, T-55, T-62, M-48 and M-60
    Add-on armored protection package (passive protection modules) for tanks T-55 and T-62
    Versatile protection package (passive protection blocks and lattice screens) for tanks T-55 and T-62
    Protection package for tanks T-55 and T-62 against shaped-charge attack (ERA kit and lattice screens)
    Integrated explosive reactive armor protection package of modular type for tank T-55
    Versatile protection package for M48-type tank including integrated explosive reactive armor system and lattice screens
    Enhancement of protection system of tanks
    T-54, T-55 and T-62 against enemy's reconnaissance assets and precision-guided weapons
    Enhancement of anti-radiation protection of tanks T-55 and T-62
    Enhancement of fire protection of tanks T-54, T-55, T-62, M-48, M-60
    Enhancement of fire and explosion safety of military vehicles
    Modernization of add-on armor protection system of tank T-72
    Modernization of main armor protection system of tank T-72
    Tank T-72 protection kit against shaped-charge weapons
    Tank T-72 protection kit against shaped-charge weapons (explosive reactive armor and lattice screens)
    Universal explosive reactive armor package "Kontakt V" for tanks T-72B and T-90
    Integrated explosive reactive armor protection package for Tank T-72S
    Enhancement of tank T-72 protection from enemy's reconnaissance assets and precision-guided weapons by applying dazzle painting schemes and installing thermal shields
    Protection of vulnerable tank zones with flexible protective plates
    Enhancement of fire protection of tanks T-72
    Enhancement of BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicle protection against close combat weapons
    Protection of the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle with add-on explosive reactive armor
    Protective screens for the BTR-80 armored personnel carrier
    Add-on explosive reactive armor protection package for tank T-62MV
    Arena-E active defense system
    "Drozd" active defense system
    "Shtora" system for defense against precision-guided weapons
    Smoke screen setting system, type "902A"
    "Purga" system designed for individual protection of small vehicles against precision-guided weapons
    "Raduga-2" automatic fire suppression system
    Fire suppression system 3ETs-19 "Invar"
    Protection Against weapons of mass destruction Radiation and chemical detector kit GO-27
    Roentgenometer DP-3B
    Blower SB-B (SB-3)
    FPT-100B and FPT-200B tank absorber-filters
    Tank concealment
    The "Nakidka" camouflage screen
    Electromagnetic antitank mine protection system
    Electronic and electromagnetic protection system
    Protection of armored vehicles against antitank mines
    Electromagnetic attachment EMT
    Mine-clearing roller/mine excavator KMT-7
    Mine clearing roller KMT-8
    Mine dredger KMT-10
    Modern protective kits for crews of armored vehicles
    Protection kit for crews of armored vehicles
    Air conditioners for armored vehicles
    Air conditioner SKS-3
    Air conditioner SKS-5
    Air conditioner KBM-3M
    Mobility
    Engines for armored fuels and lubricants vehicles
    V-46-6MS diesel engine
    V-84MS diesel engine
    V-92S2 diesel engine
    ?„вухтактные турбопоршневые двигатели 5’„”, 6’„-1
    ?Gas-turbine propulsion unit of tank T-80U
    Gtd-1500 Gas-turbine engine for tank propulsion
    UTD-20 diesel engine
    UTD-23 diesel engine
    UTD-29 diesel engine
    UTD-32 diesel engine
    64N 15/16 diesel engine
    V-59U diesel engine
    6Ch 15/18 (V-6A) diesel engine
    6Ch 15/18 (V-6B) diesel engine
    GTA-18A gas-turbine-driven electric generating set (UPGRADED GTA-18M-E)
    TMZ-450D diesel engine
    Special-purpose engines ZMZ-41 and ZMZ-4905
    Special-purpose engines YaMZ-460 and
    YaMZ-238M2-7
    Fuels for armored vehicles
    Engine oils
    Transmission oil for armored vehicles
    Storage batteries
    Storage battery 6ST-190A
    Lead starter battery 12STS-85AS
    Lead starter battery 6STS-140AS
    Element-to-element connection (EEC)
    Batteries manufactured by the KnAAZ JSC
    Batteries manufactured by the NIISTA JSC (Podolsk)
    High starting energy heated batteries for use in extreme North Areas
    Batteries for use in special vehicles
    operating in adverse conditions
    Lead-acid starter batteries manufactured by the Podolsk battery plant jsc
    Batteries for trucks and tracked vehicles
    Kursk battery plant
    Controllability
    Radio communication facilities of armored and other vehicles
    Radio set R-168-5UV, R-168-5MKM
    Radio receiver R-168-UP
    Radio set R-168-25U, R-168-25MKM
    Radio set R-168-100U, Radio set R-168-5KV
    R-168-100MKM
    Radio set R-163-50U
    Radio set R-173
    Radio set R-173M
    Radio set R-123M
    Radio set R-113
    Position fixing and land navigation equipment for tracked and wheeled vehicles
    Modernization of navigation equipment TNA-4 installed in tanks and other combat vehicles
    Position fixing and land navigation systems Gamma, Gamma-1 and Gamma-2 designed for tracked and wheeled vehicles
    Trona-1 positioning system
    Armored vehicles, maintenance and recovery vehicles and trainer
    Armored recovery vehicles and tractors
    Armored recovery vehicle BREM-1
    Upgraded armored recovery vehicle BREM-1
    Mechanized wire rope type coupling device SKM-608 equipping armored recovery vehicle BREM-1
    Armored recovery vehicle BREM-80U
    Armored recovery vehicle BREM-L
    Armored recovery vehicle BREM-2
    Armored recovery vehicle BREM-D
    Maintenance and recovery vehicle MTP-2
    Wheeled armored recovery vehicle BREM-K
    Tank retriever BTS-4A
    Universal tractor BTS-5
    Tracked maintenance vehicle RM-G (Article 507)
    Maintenance vehicles
    Test vehicle SO1M02-1 of the "Basnya" system
    Maintenance vehicle C01M02 of the Reflex system
    Maintenance vehicle 1I37
    Maintenance truck MTO-80
    Mobile workshop MRS-AR
    MTP-688 maintenance vehicle
    Maintenance shop MTO-BT
    Maintenance truck MTO-BTR
    Versatile tank repair workshop TRM-90U
    Tank repair workshop RM-A-80
    Electrical and special equipment mobile workshop MES
    Versatile tank repair workshop TRM-80
    Welding workshop MCA
    Maintenance shop MTO-TKh
    Electrical equipment mobile workshop MES-95
    Tank repair workshop TRM-95U
    Maintenance truck MTO-80
    Onboard monitoring, diagnostic and vehicle control system
    Units KPD-72B, KPD-80B and KPD-90 for carrying out diagnostic tests of tank automatic systems
    Motocycles
    Universal cross-country motorcycle IM3-8.103 "GEAR-UP"
    Weapons systems derived from armored vehicles
    Military hardware
    152mm 2S19 "MSTA-S" self-propelled tracked howitzer based on units and assemblies of tanks T-80 and T-72
    203mm 2S7M "Malka" (2S7 "Pion") self-propelled gun based on the chassis and main units of tank T-80
    240mm 2S4 "Tulpan" self-propelled mortar based on the chassis and main units of self-propelled tracked howitzer "Akatsiya"
    152mm 2S3M "Akatsiya" self-propelled howitzer based on the tracked chassis of self-propelled air defense missile system "Krug" mounted on the chassis of self-propelled artillery system SU-100P (Article 105)
    Missile launcher 9A82 (9A83) of the S-300V air defense missile system based on the tracked chassis and main units of self-propelled artillery system SU-100P
    Obstacle clearing vehicle IMR-2M based on the chassis of tank T-72
    Obstacle clearing vehicle IMR-3M based on tracked chassis of tank T-90
    Armored mine clearing vehicle BMR-3M based on the tracked chassis of tank T-90
    Bridge-laying tank MTU-72 based on the chassis of tank T-72
    Bridge-laying tank MTU-90 based on the chassis of tank T-72B
    Bridge-laying tank MTU-12 based on the chassis of tank T-54 TOS-1 heavy flame thrower
    Trench-digging machine BTM-4M based om major units of tanks T-72 and T-80
    "Luna" tactical rocket system based on the chassis of amphibious tank PT-76
    Rocket weapon system 10KhN based on the chassis of tank T-34
    Combat reconnaissance vehicle BRM-1K based on tracked chassis of infantry fighting vehicle BMP-1
    Mobile reconnaissance station PRP-3 "Val"
    "Khrizantema-S" all-weather multipurpose missile system
    "Kliver" gun/missile module
    "Kornet-E" antitank guided missile system
    120-mm 2S31 "Vena" automated self-propelled artillery system
    Engineer reconnaissance vehicle IRM
    Mobile reconnaissance station PRP-4MU (UPGRADED) based on tracked chassis of infantry fighting vehicle BMP-1
    Air-transportable road-building and digging machine "AZM" based on the tracked chassis of infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3
    120mm 2S9 "Nona-S" self-propelled gun based on the tracked chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-D
    Short-wave radio station R-165B of operational-tactical level based on the wheeled chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Versatile chassis K1SH1 based on the wheeled chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    120mm 2S23 Nona-SVK self-propelled gun based on the wheeled chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Command and control vehicle "Kushetka-B" based on the wheeled chassis of BTR-80
    Air defense missile battery command and control vehicle PU-12M7 (9S482M7) based on the wheeled chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Air defense missile battery command and control vehicle PU-12M6 based on the wheeled chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Chemical reconnaissance vehicle RKhM-4 (RKhM-4-01) based on the chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Armored medical support vehicle "Symphoniya" based on the chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-80
    Command and control vehicle R-145 "Chaika" (BTR-60PU) based on the chassis of armored personnel carrier BTR-60PA
    Antitank guided weapon system "Malutka-2" based on the wheeled chassis of armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle BRDM-2
    Light self-propelled surface-to-air missile system "Strela-1" based on the wheeled chassis of armored reconnaissance and patrol vehicle BRDM-2
    Armored combat vehicle GM-575 -self-propelled anti-aircraft gun mount ZSU-23-4 "Shilka"
    Highly protected transport (VTS)

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    The 152-mm round 3VOF486 with the 3OF59 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (2A36, 2S5)

    "RUSSIA'S ARMS AND TECHNOLOGIES. THE XXI CENTURY ENCYCLOPEDIA"
    Volume 12 — "Ordnance and munitions"
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    Ordnance and Munitions. Nikolay Svertilov, Colonel General, Chief General Missile and Artillery Directorate, Ministry of Defense
    Munitions Industry Crucial for Russia's Defense Capability. Yury Mikhailov, Head, Ordnance/Munitions/Special Chemistry Department, Federal Industry Agency
    Army munitions
    Tactical and theater-level missiles and warheads
    Development of tactical and theater-level missile systems
    Theater-level Missiles
    The 9M723K1 theater-level missile (Iskander-E)
    The 8K14 theater-level missile (9K72)
    The 9M714 theater-level missile (9К714 Oka)
    The 9M76B theater-level missile (Temp-S)
    Tactical Missiles
    The 9M79 tactical missile (Tochka)
    The 9M79-1 tactical missile (Tochka-U)
    The 9M79FR Tochka-R tactical missile
    The 9M21 tactical rocket (9K52, Luna-M)
    The Luna tactical rocket
    The 3R3 Filin tactical rocket
    Surface-to-air missiles
    Surface-to-air missiles and their development
    The 5V24 and 5V27 short-range surface-to-air missiles
    The 1D, 11D, 13D, 20D, 5Ya23 medium-range surface-to-air missiles
    The 5V28E long-range surface-to-air missile
    The S-75M-2 Volga-2A surface-to-air missile system (upgraded)
    The 5V27D surface-to-air missile
    The 5V55R, 48N6E, 48N6E2 medium-range surface-to-air missiles
    The 9M96E and 9M96E2 surface-to-air missiles
    The 57E6-E surface-to-air missile
    The 9M335 surface-to-air missile
    The 3M8 surface-to-air missile (2K11 Krug)
    The 9M83 surface-to-air missile (S-300V)
    The 9M82 surface-to-air missile (S-300V)
    The 3M9 surface-to-air missile (2K12 Kub)
    The 9M38 surface-to-air missile (9K37 Buk)
    The 9M317 surface-to-air missile (Buk-M1-2, Buk-M2)
    The 9M33 surface-to-air missile (9K33 Osa)
    The 9M33M2 surface-to-air missile (9K33M2 Osa-AK)
    The 9M331 surface-to-air missile (9K331 Tor-M1)
    The 9M311 surface-to-air missile (2K22 Tunguska)
    The 9M311M1 surface-to-air missile (2K22M1 Tunguska)
    The 9M333 surface-to-air missile (Strela-10SV, Strela-10M2, Strela-10M3)
    The 9M37 surface-to-air missile (Strela-10SV)
    The Strela-2M man-portable shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile system with the 9M32M missile
    The 9M31 surface-to-air missile
    The 9M36 surface-to-air missile (9K34 Strela-3)
    The 9M39 surface-to-air missile (9K38 Igla)
    The 9M313 surface-to-air missile (9K310 Igla-1)
    The Igla-S man-portable shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile system
    The Sosna gun-missile surface-to-air system
    Antitank guided missiles
    Antitank missiles systems
    The 9M115 antitank missile (Metis)
    The 9M131 and 9M131F missiles (Metis-M)
    The 9M111-2 and 9M111M antitank missiles (Fagot)
    The 9M14M and 9M14MP antitank missiles (Malyutka)
    Malyutka-2 missiles
    The 9M17M and 9M17P antitank missiles (Falanga)
    The 9M113 and 9M113M antitank missiles (Konkurs)
    The 9M133-1 antitank missile
    The 9M133 and 9M133F antitank missiles (Kornet)
    The 9M114 and 9M114F antitank missiles (Shturm)
    The upgraded 9M120 and 9M120F antitank missiles (Shturm)
    The Germes missile
    The Shmel antitank missile system
    Armor guided missiles
    The 3UBK10M-1 100-mm round with the 9M117M missile (Bastion)
    The 3UBK10M-3 100-mm round with the 9M117M missile (Basnya)
    The 100-mm upgraded rounds (3UBK23-1, 3UBK23-2, 3UBK23-3) with the 9M117M missile
    The 115-mm 3UBK10M-2 round with the 9M117M missile (Sheksna)
    The 125-mm 3UBK20 round with the 9M119M missile and booster from the T-72S, T-80U, and T-90S guided weapons systems
    The Svir guided weapons system (T-72)
    The Refleks guided weapons system (T-80)
    Field artillery ordnance
    Rocket-assisted projectiles for multiple launch rocket systems
    The M-210F (9M22U) 122-mm unguided high-explosive/fragmentation rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M28F 122-mm high-explosive/fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M43 122-mm smoke-discharging unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M53F 122-mm unguided high-explosive/fragmen- tation rocket-assisted projectile with detachable warhead
    The 9M28K 122-mm antitank mine dispenser unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M519 122-mm SW/USW electronic countermeasures unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M22M 122-mm unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M42 122-mm illumination unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M521 122-mm high-explosive/fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M522 122-mm high-explosive/fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile with detachable warhead
    The 9M217 122-mm unguided rocket-assisted projectile with self-targeting submunitions
    The 9M218 122-mm unguided rocket-assisted projectile with shaped-charge/fragmentation submunitions
    The BM-21 (2B17) 122-mm Grad MLRS
    The 9P138 Grad-1 MLRS
    The BM-21V 122-mm Grad-V MLRS
    The 9A51 122-mm Prima MLRS
    The 2P132 122-mm man-portable launcher
    The 9P132 122-mm man-portable launcher
    The 9F839, 9F839-1 and 9F839-2 122-mm aerial target simulators
    The 9F689 Bobr 122-mm target system
    The 9M27F 220-mm high-explosive unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M27K 220-mm cluster fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M27K2 and 9M59 122-mm unguided rocket-assisted projectiles/antitank mine dispensers
    The 220-mm fuel-air-explosive unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 220-mm Uragan 9P140 MLRS combat vehicle
    The 9T452 220-mm Uragan MLRS reloader vehicle
    The 9M55K 300-mm cluster fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M55F high-explosive/fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile with detachable warhead
    The 9M55K1 cluster unguided rocket-assisted projectile with independently targetable submunitions
    The 9M55K4 300-mm unguided rocket-assisted projectile/antitank mine dispenser
    The 9M55K5 300-mm cluster shaped-charge/fragmentation unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M55S 300-mm fuel-air-explosive unguided rocket-assisted projectile
    The 9M528 300-mm rocket-assisted high-explosive/fragmentation round
    The 9A52-2 combat vehicle
    The 9A52-2T combat vehicle
    The 9T234-2 reloader vehicle
    The 9T234-2T reloader vehicle
    The RPMK-1 meteo direction finder, index 1B44
    The Vivary (1K123) fire control system for the 300-mm 9K58 MLRS brigade
    Munitions for guided artillery weapons systems
    Guided artillery projectiles
    The 2K25 Krasnopol guided artillery weapons system
    The KM-1 Krasnopol-M1 guided artillery weapons system
    The Kitolov-2M guided artillery weapons system
    The Kastet guided artillery weapons system
    The Gran guided weapons system for 120-mm mortars
    Russian concept of impulse correction
    The 3VOF63 (66) 152-mm rounds with the 3OF38 guided high-explosive/fragmentation Santimetr/Santimetr-M projectile
    The Santimetr-M1 guided artillery projectile
    The Smelchak 240-mm guided mortar shell
    The Beta 2S12 120-mm mortar laser-guided artillery system
    The Firn-1 130-mm M46 gun laser-guided artillery system
    The Ugroza-1M BM-21
    Grad MLRS laser-guided artillery system
    The Sokol-1 125-mm D-81 tank gun laser-guided artillery munition
    Antitank gun ordnance
    The 100-mm 3UBM10 round with the 3BM24 armor-piercing discarding sabot projectile (MT-12/T-12 antitank gun)
    The 100-mm 3UBK8 round with the 3BK16 shaped-charge projectile (MT-12/T-12) antitank gun)
    The 100-mm 3UOF12 round with the 3OF35 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (MT-12 gun)
    The 3UBK10, 3UBK10M rounds (standard 9M117, 9M117M antitank guided missile)
    The 125-mm rounds (Sprut-B towed smoothbore gun)
    The 125-mm separately loaded rounds (the 2S25 Sprut-SD self-propelled antitank gun)
    203-mm rounds for the artillery systems
    The 203-mm round with the 3OF43 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile
    The 203-mm 3VOF35 round with the 3OF44 rocket-assisted high-explosive/fragmentation projectile
    The 203-mm round with the 3-O-14 fragmentation submunitions cluster warhead
    152-mm rounds for the D-20, ML-20, 2S3M, 2A65, 2S19 artillery systems
    The 152-mm 3VOF72 long-range charge round with the 3OF45 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (2A65 gun, 2S19 self-propelled howitzer)
    The 152-mm 3VOF96 long-range charge round with the 3OF64 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (2A65 gun, 2S19 self-propelled howitzer)
    The 152-mm 3VOF91 round with the 3OF61 high-explosive/fragmentation long-range charge jet-assisted projectile (D-20, 2S3M, ML-20, 2A65, 2S19)
    The 152-mm 3VOF32 round with the 3OF25 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (D-20, 2S3M, ML-20, 2A65 and 2S19)
    The 152-mm round with the 3-O-23 shaped-charge/fragmentation submunitions cluster warhead
    The 152-mm round with the 3-O-13 cluster warhead and full reducible charge (D-20, 2S3M, ML-20, 2A65, 2S19 guns)
    The 152-mm 3VO14 round with the 3-О-13 fragmentation cluster projectile and reduced charge (D-20, 2S3M, ML-20 guns)
    The 152-mm 3RB30-1-8 SW and USW jamming artillery kits
    The 152-mm round 3VOF486 with the 3OF59 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (2A36, 2S5)
    The 152-mm 3VOF101 full-charge round with the 3OF66 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (D-1 howitzer)
    The 130-mm round with the 3OF33 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (M-46 field gun)
    The 122-mm round 3VOF82 with the 3OF56 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (D-30 howitzer, 2S1 self-propelled howitzer)
    The 122-mm 3VOF81 full-charge round with the 3OF56 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (D-30 howitzer)
    The 122-mm SW and USW jamming artillery kits
    Assault gun ordnance
    Rounds for 120-mm 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm round with shaped-charge projectile for the 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm round with 3OF49 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile for by the 2B16, 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm round with high-explosive/fragmentation projectile 3OF49 fitted with 3OF49 the AR-5 electronic fuse for the 2B16 and 2S9 guns
    120-mm round with high-explosive/fragmentation rocket-assisted projectile 3OF50 with a normal reducible charge for the 2B16, 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm round with the 3OF50 high-explosive fragmentation rocket-assisted projectile and a normal charge and the AR-5 electronic fuse for the 2B16, 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    Rounds for 120-mm 2S31 self-propelled artillery mount
    120-mm round with cargo projectile loaded with shaped-charge fragmentation submunitions and a reducible charge (4Zh90) for the 2S31 self-propelled artillery gun mount
    120-mm round with high-explosive fragmentation projectile and a long-range charge for the 2S31 gun
    120-mm round with a cargo projectile loaded with shaped-charge fragmentation submunitions and a long-range charge (4Zh89) for the 2S31 self-propelled artillery gun mount
    120-mm round with a high-explosive/fragmentation projectile and a reducible charge and for the 2S31 gun
    Rounds for 82-mm 2B14-1, 2B9 and Model 1937 mortars
    82-mm round with a fragmentation projectile and the 4D2 long-range charge for the 2B14-1, 2B9 and Model 1937 mortars
    82-mm round with a fragmentation projectile and with normal reducible charge for 2B14-1, 2B9 and Model 1937 mortars
    82-mm mortar shell with a illumination projectile 53-S-832SM and a long-range charge for the Model 1937 battalion-level mortar
    82-mm mortar shell with a smoke steel cast iron projectile 53-D-832DU and a normal reducible charge for the Model 1937 battalion-level mortar
    Rounds for 120-mm M-120 (Models 1938 and 1943) and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with an incendiary projectile and normal reducible charge for M-120 (Models 1938 and 1943) and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a smoke burning-type mortar shell and a reducible charge for the 2S12 mortar and 2B16, 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm mortar shell with a smoke burning-type mortar shell and a long-range charge for 2S12 mortar and 2B16, 2S9 and 2S9-1 guns
    120-mm mortar shell with an illumination projectile and a normal reducible charge for Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a smoke steel cast iron projectile and a normal reducible charge for the
    M-120 Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a high-explosive/fragmentation high-explosive projectile and a long-range charge for Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a high-explosive/fragmentation projectile and a reducible charge for Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a high-explosive steel cast iron projectile and a normal reducible charge for Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm mortar shell with a high-explosive/fragmentation projectile and 3OF34 with reducible charge for Models 1938 and 1943 and 2S12 mortars
    120-mm round with a high-explosive/fragmentation steely cast iron projectile of improved design and a long-range charge for the 2S12
    120-mm mortar shell with a with 3OF34 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile and a round with long-range charge for the 2S12 mortar
    240-mm 2S4 Tulpan self-propelled mortar rounds
    420-mm 2B1 Oka Self-Propelled Super high Power Mortar Rounds
    Armor ordnance
    The 125-mm 3VBM9 round with the armor-piercing discarding sabot 3BM22 projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VBK16 round with the shaped-charge 3BK18M projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VBM17 round with the 3BM42 armor-piercing discarding sabot projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VBK25 round with the 3BK29M shaped-charge projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VOF36 round with the high-explosive/fragmentation 3OF26 projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VP6 round with the training 3P31 armor-piercing discarding sabot projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VP5 round with the training shaped-charge 3P11 projectile (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 3VBK25I round with the training 3BK29I projectile is used against (D-81 gun)
    The 125-mm 4Kh33 blank round
    Experimental shaped-charge projectile
    Training ordnance
    The 115-mm 3UBM9 round with the 3BM21 armor-piercing discarding sabot (U-5TS gun)
    The 115-mm 3UBK7 round with the 3BK15M shaped-charge projectile (U-5TS gun)
    The 115-mm 3UOF37 round with the 3OF27 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile (U-5TS gun)
    The 100-mm 3UBM11 round with the 3BM25 armor-piercing discarding sabot projectile (D-10T gun)
    The 100-mm 3UBK9 round with the shaped-charge 3BK17M projectile (D-10T gun)
    The 100-mm 3UOF10 round with the 3OF32 high-explosive/fragmentation projectile and a standard charge (D-10T, D-10S and BS-3 guns)
    The 100-mm 3UOF17 round with the high-explosive/fragmentation 3OF32 projectile (2A70 gun)
    The 100-mm 3UOF19 round with the high-explosive/fragmentation projectile
    Rounds of ammunition for the 73-mm 2A28 gun of infantry fighting vehicle BMP-1
    OG-15 VM1 round with fragmentation grenade for the 2A28 gun
    OG-15V round with inert fragmentation grenade for the 2A28 gun
    Light ground artillery ordnance
    The 30-mm 3UBR8 cartridge with an armor-piercing discarding sabot projectile
    The 30-mm 3UBR6 cartridge with an armor-piercing tracer projectile (2A42, 2A72 cannons)
    The 30-mm 3UOF8 cartridge with a high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary projectile (2A38, 2A42, 2A72 cannons)
    The 30-mm 3UOR6 cartridge with a fragmentation tracer projectile (2A38, 2A42, 2A72 cannons)
    The 30-mm with a cluster projectile
    The 30-mm cartridge with a high-explosive/incendiary projectile
    The 23-mm 3UBR1 cartridge with an armor-pier- cing/incendiary/tracer projectile (ZU-23-2, AZP-23, self-propelled ZSU-23-4 anti-aircraft cannons)
    The 23-mm 3UOF7 cartridge with a high-explosive/ fragmentation/incendiary projectile (ZU-23, self-propelled ZSU-23-4 anti-aircraft cannons)
    Grenade launchers munitions
    Anti-tank grenades for RPG-7 rocket launchers
    PG-7V round with PG-7 anti-tank grenade
    PG-7V round with PG-7 anti-tank grenade fitted with inert warhead
    PUI-7V practice training equipment for the PG-7V round
    PG-7VM round with PG-7M anti-tank grenade
    PG-7VM round with anti-tank grenade PG7M fitted with inert warhead
    PG-7VS round with PG-7S anti-tank grenade
    PG-7VS round with anti-tank grenade PG-7S fitted with inert warhead
    PG-7VL round with PG-7L anti-tank grenade
    PG-7VL round with anti-tank grenade PG-7L fitted with inert warhead
    Practice training equipment for the PG-7VL PUI-7L round
    PG-7VR grenade launcher round
    PG-7VR round fitted with inert warhead
    PUI-7R practice training equipment for the PG-7VR round
    OG-7V round with fragmentation grenade (7P50)
    OG-7V fragmentation round fitted with inert warhead
    PUI-7OG practice training equipment for the OG-7V round
    Round TBG-7V
    PUI-7TBG practice training equipment for the TBG-7V round
    RPG-29V/29VN munitions
    Grenade launcher round PG-29V
    Grenade launcher round PG-29V with inert warhead
    TBG-29V round
    Single-use rocket-propelled grenades
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-18 used with expendable grenade launcher
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-22 fired from expendable grenade launcher
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-22I fitted with inert warhead
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-26
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-26 fitted with inert warhead
    PUI-26 practice training equipment for the RPG-26 anti-tank rocket grenade
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-27
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-27 fitted with inert warhead
    PUI-27 practice training equipment for the RPG-27 anti-tank rocket grenade
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-28 with a disposable launcher
    Anti-tank rocket RPG-28 fitted with inert warhead
    Multi-purpose rocket RMG fired from single-shot grenade launcher
    Multi-purpose rocket RMG fitted with inert warhead
    Assault rocket RShG-1
    PUI-Sh1 practice training equipment for the RShG-1 assault rocket grenade
    Assault rocket RShg-2
    Assault rocket RShG-2 fitted with inert warhead
    Training equipment for the RShG-2 PUI-Sh2 assault rocket grenade
    Ammunition for heavy grenade launcher SPG-9M
    Mounted grenade launcher SPG-9M
    Anti-tank rocket PG-9V fired from the SPG-9 mounted grenade launcher
    Anti-tank rocket PG-9V with inert warhead fired from the SPG-9 mounted grenade launcher
    OG-9V round with fragmentation grenade fitted with inert warhead fired from the SPG-9M grenade launcher
    OG-9VM1 round with fragmentation grenade fired from the SPG-9M grenade launcher
    Anti-tank rocket PG-9VS with inert warhead fired from the SPG-9M heavy grenade launcher
    Anti-tank rocket PG-9VS fired from the SPG-9M mounted grenade launcher
    Grenade launcher round PG-16V for the RPG-16 grenade launcher
    Grenade and rocket launchers

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    152mm 2S5 Giatsint-S self-propelled gun

    "RUSSIA'S ARMS AND TECHNOLOGIES. THE XXI CENTURY ENCYCLOPEDIA"
    Volume 2 — "Rocket and Artillery Armament of Ground Forces"
    [*******#0066cc]Missile systems[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Antitank armament[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Ground artillery[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Fire control systems in service with artillery and rocket troops[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Flame throwers[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Small arms and grenade launchers[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Observation and aiming devices[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Air defense systems[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Air defense automated battle anagement systems[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Computers used in automated battle management systems[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Training Facilities[/COLOR]
    [*******#0066cc]Technical support[/COLOR]

    Missile systems
    Operational-tactical missile systems
    Iskander-E high-accuracy missile system
    9P78E self-propelled transporter-erector-launcher (SPTEL)
    9T250E transporter-loader
    Information support and automated battle management system of missile units
    Guided missile warhead with optical target seeker
    Ballistic missile inertial guidance system and associated ground equipment
    Electrohydraulic and electric missile steering drives
    Power drives of transporter-erecter-launchers
    R-17 medium-range missile system
    OKA medium-range missile system
    Temp-S road-mobile medium-range missile system
    9T35 crane
    9T215 transporter
    9Ya230 container
    Tactical missile systems
    Tochka-U high-accuracy tactical missile system
    9P129-1M self-propelled transporter-erector-launcher
    9T218-1M reload vehicle
    Tochka high-accuracy tactical missile system
    Luna-M mobile rocket system
    9P113 rocket launcher
    9T29 transporter
    Luna tactical rocket system


    Antitank armament
    Antitank guided weapons
    Khrizantema-S versatile all-weather guided weapon system
    Shturm-S antitank guided weapon system
    Konkurs-M portable ATGW system firing the 9M113M ATGM
    Konkurs division/regiment level self-propelled antitank guided weapon (ATGW) system firing the 9M13M ATGM
    Kornet-E third-generation antitank guided weapon system
    Metis second-generation versatile light antitank guided weapon system
    Metis-M light versatile antitank guided weapon system
    Fagot and Fagot-M portable antitank guided weapon systems
    Shmel antitank missile system
    Malutka antitank missile system
    Malutka-2 antitank missile system
    Development and modernization of antitank guided weapons systems
    Development of a medium-range (about 2.5 km) antitank guided weapon system capable of hitting targets directly and from above
    Development of the Avtonomiya close-range antitank guided weapon system equipped with an autonomous guidance package
    Modernization of equipment 9S451M1 of antitank guided weapon systems Fagot and Konkurs to increase their resistance to jamming
    Antitank guns
    100mm MT-12R (M1-12) antitank gun
    125mm Sprut-B towed antitank gun
    125mm 2S25 self-propelled antitank gun system


    Ground artillery
    Multiple rocket launch system (MRLS)
    122mm BM-21 Grad MRLS
    122mm 9K59 Prima MRLS
    122mm Grad-V air-dropped MRLS
    122mm Grad-P light rocket system
    122mm 9K510 Illuminatsiya portable illumination rocket system
    220mm 9K57 Uragan MRLS
    Combat vehicle
    Transporter-loader vehicle 9T452
    300mm 9K58 Smerch MRLS
    Combat vehicle
    Transporter-loader vehicle
    Automated command and fire control complex 9S729M1
    Self-propelled guns and mortars
    152mm 2S19 Msta-S self-propelled howitzer
    152mm 2S3M Akatsiya self-propelled howitzer
    152mm 2S5 Giatsint-S self-propelled gun
    120mm 2S31 Vena self-propelled automated gun
    Vena survey system
    122mm 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzer
    120mm 2S9 Nona-S self-propelled gun
    203mm 2S7M Malka (2S7 Pion) self-propelled guns
    120mm 2S23 Nona-SVK self-propelled gun
    240mm 2S4 Tulpan self-propelled mortar
    Towed guns and mortars
    152mm 2A36 Giatsint-B towed gun
    152mm 2A65 Msta-B division-level towed howitzer
    120mm 2B16 Nona-K towed gun
    152mm D-20 gun-howizer
    122mm D-30A howitzer
    130mm M-46 towed gun
    155mm M3-146-1 towed howitzer
    82mm 2B9M Vasilyok automatic mortar
    120mm 2S12 Sani towed mortar
    82mm 2B14 Podnos mortar
    120mm mortar, 1943 model
    240mm M-240 mortar
    High-power artillery systems
    203mm B-4M high-power howitzer
    420mm 2B1 Oka self-propelled superhigh-power mortar
    406mm SM-54 Kondensator-2P self-propelled superhigh-power gun
    Ordnance
    152mm 2A64 ordnance for the 2S19 Msta-S self-propelled howitzer
    152mm 2S3 Akatsiya self-propelled howitzer with the 2A33 ordnance
    Tank guns
    100mm 2A70 gun-launcher for the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle
    Small-caliber artillery systems
    30mm 2A72 enhanced-lifetime automatic gun
    30mm 2A42 automatic gun
    Extension of the gun service life from 6,000 to 9,000 shots
    Tube artillery guided munitions
    Krasnopol guided artillery projectile
    Krasnopol-M1 guided artillery projectile
    Kitolov-2M guided projectile
    Kastet guided projectile
    Santimetr laser-guided artillery projectile for the 122mm gun-howitzer
    Smelchak laser-guided projectile for the 240mm mortar
    Fire control systems in service with artillery and rocket troops
    Integrated automated battle management system in service with missile forces of a military district (front)
    Mobile command post of missile forces of a military district/front
    Missile brigade atromated battle management system
    MP01M, MP02M, MP03M command vehicles of operational command and control level of ground forces
    P37 (P19, P18, P12) radar designed to spot sources of electormagnetic emission
    Ground artillery automated fire control systems
    1K120 Viskoza upgraded automated battle management system of a missile brigade
    9S729M Slepok-M automated battle management system of a missile brigade
    1K123 Vivari battle management system of a rocket artillery brigade
    Kapustnik-B automated fire control system of tube artillery, mortar and miltiple rocket launch system (MRLS) units
    Kapustnik-B AFCS modifications
    Combat uses of the 1V152 control post
    Combat uses of the 1V153 command and observation post
    Uspekh-R automated weapon-laying and fire-congtrol system of multiple rocket launch systems
    Uspeck-B automatic weapon-laying and fire-control system of towed (self-propelled) artillery
    1V12-3 Mashina-M fire control system of self-propelled artillery
    1V514-1 automated gun-laying and fire control system of self-propelled artillery
    Uspekh-S automated weapon-laying and fire-control system of self-propelled artillery
    1V160 Riga portable automated fire control system of infantry batalion-level towed artillery
    9S729M1 automated fire control system
    1V16M1 artillery battalion command vehicle
    Towed artillery piece autonomous fire control system
    9S766M1 front (army) level logistical support command vehicle
    Wheeled and tracked vehicle survey and navigation systems
    Reconnaissance radars
    Fara-1 battlefiled group-target reconnaissance and weapon directing radar
    1RL-133 Credo moving ground/surface target reconnaissance radar
    Credo-1E moving ground/surface target location radar
    Credo-M1 moving ground/surface target location and area surveillance radar (modernized PSNR-5)
    Credo-1S moving ground/surface target location/identification radar
    SNAR-10M armored self-propelled moving ground/surface target location radar (modernized SNAR-10)
    Zoopark-1 gun spotting and fire adjustment artomated radar system
    1RLS232 MP-K Goloturiya radar
    Gamma-PV shore-based stationary automated radar
    PRP-4MU Deiterii (1V145) reconnaissance vehicle
    ULYBKA mobile weather station
    Flame throwers
    TOS-1 heavy flame thrower system
    TOS-1 system transporter-loader
    Shmel flame thrower
    Small arms and grenade launchers
    Kalashnikov arms
    7.62mm AKM Kalashnikov modernized assault rifle
    7.62mm AKMS Kalashnikov modernized folding-butt assault rifle
    5.45mm AKS74 Kalashnikov folding-butt assault rifle
    5.45mm AKS74U Kalashnikov folding-butt short-barrel assault rifle
    5.45mm AK74M Kalashnikov modernized assault rifle
    5.45mm AK74MN2 and AK74MN3 Kalashnikov modernized assault rifles
    5.56mm AK101 and AK102 (short-barrel) Kalashnikov assault rifles
    7.62mm AK103 and AK104 (short-barrel) Kalashnikov assault rifles
    5.45mm AK105 Kalashnikov short-barrel assault rifle
    5.45mm AK105-1, AK105-2, AK105N2, AK105N3 Kalashnikov short-barrel assault rifles
    7.62mm RPK Kalashnikov light machine gun
    5.45mm RPK74, RPKS74 Kalashnikov light machine guns
    5.45mm RPK74M Kalashnikov modernized light machine gun
    7.62mm PKM Kalashnikov modernized machine gun
    7.62mm PKTM Kalashnikov tank machine gun
    7.62mm PKT Kalashnikov tank machine gun
    ALKh-U automated chrome-plating line
    AISA-031 small arms automated test system
    5.45mm AN-94 Nikonov assault rifle
    5.45mm AK107 and 5.56mm AK108 Aleksandrov assault rifles with balanced automatics
    Sniper rifles
    7.62mm SVD, SVDS and SVDK Dragunov self-loading sniper rifles
    7.62mm SV-98 sniper rifle
    5.6mm SV-99 sniper rifle
    7.62mm OTs-03 AS automatic sniper rifle
    7.62mm OTs-48 magazine-fed sniper rifle
    7.62mm OTs-48K magazine-fed sniper rifle
    9mm VSK-94 sniper rifle
    12.7mm OSV-96 sniper rifle
    Pistols
    5.45mm PSM pistol
    7.62mm TT pistol
    9mm PM Makarov pistol
    9mm PMM-12 Makarov modernized pistol
    9mm APS pistol
    9mm SR-1 Gyurza self-loading pistol
    MR-443 Grach army pistol
    9mm 6P35 self-loading pistol
    9mm OTs-21 Malysh self-loading small pistol
    5.45mm OTs-23 Drotic automatic pistol
    9mm OTs-27 Berdysh automatic pistol
    9mm OTs-35 pistol
    9mm OTs-33 Pernach automatic pistol
    9mm GSh-18 pistol
    9mm P-96S pistol
    9mm MR-444 Bagira self-loading pistol
    10mm MR-445 Varyag self-loading pistol
    9mm MR-446 Viking self-loading pistol
    9mm MR-448 Skif self-loading pistol
    9mm IZh-71 pistol
    9mm IZh-71N pistol
    Sporting/training pistols
    9mm Baikal-442 sporting/training pistol
    MTsM Margolin and Margo standard self-loading sporting pistols
    5.45mm IZh-75 small-size sporting/training pistol
    9mm MR-448 Skif-Mini self-loading pistol
    6.35mm MR-441 self-loading pistol
    9mm MR-451 double-barrel small-size pistol
    Revolvers
    9mm R-92 and R-92KS revolvers
    OTs-01 (TKB-0216) Kobalt and OTs-01S revolvers
    12.5mm OTs-20 Gnom smoothbore revolver
    9mm AEK-906 Nosorog revolver
    12.3mm Udar, Udar-S, Udar-TS revolvers
    Submachine guns
    9mm OTs-02 (TKB-0217) Kiparis submachine gun fitted with silencer and laser designator
    9mm Klin small-size submachine gun
    9mm Bizon submachine gun
    9mm PP-90M submachine gun
    9mm PP-90M1 submachine gun
    9mm SR-2 submachine gun
    9mm Bizon-2 submachine gun
    9mm OTs-22 submachine gun
    9mm PP-93 submachine gun
    7.62mm OTs-39 submachine gun
    9mm OTs-39P submachine gun
    Assault rifles
    5.45mm AEK-971 assault rifle
    9mm Vikhr small-size assault rifle
    7.62mm A-91 small-size assault rifle
    9mm 9A-91 assault rifle
    Rifle grenade launchers
    9/40mm OTs-14 Groza rifle grenade launcher
    7.62/40mm TKB-0239 rifle grenade launcher
    Special weapons
    9mm suppressed system
    9mm VSS special sniper rifle
    9mm AS special assault rifle
    4.5mm SPP-1M underwater pistol
    5.66mm APS underwater assault rifle
    NRS-2 special ranger's knife
    Machine guns
    7.62mm Pecheneg machine gun
    12.7mm NSVS-12.7 machine gun
    12.7mm Cord machine gun
    Turret machine gun mounts
    14.5mm Vladimirov large-caliver machine gun (KPVT)
    12.7mm Utes-M twin machine-gun turret mount
    Antipersonnel grenade launchers
    30mm AGS-17 tripod-mounted automatic grenade launcher
    VOG-17M high-explosive
    (HE) round for the AGS-17 grenade launcher
    30mm AGS-17M Plamya upgraded automatic grenade launcher
    30mm AGS-30 automatic grenade launcher
    30mm 6S4 Mius remote-controlled grenade launcher system
    40mm GP-25 underbarrel grenade launcher
    40mm GP-30 Obuvka underbarrel grenade launcher
    40mm 6G-30 self-loading light grenade launcher
    40mm RGM Kastet light grenade launcher
    GM-94 grenade launcher
    Grenade launchers, grenade launcher rounds and hand grenades
    RPG-7V light antitank grenade launcher with PG-7V,
    PG-7VM, PG-7VS, PG-7VL, and OG-7V rounds
    RPG-7V1 light antitank grenade launcher with PG-7V, PG-7VM,
    PG-7VS, PG-7VL, OG-7V, PG-7VR, TBG-7V rounds
    PG-7V round
    PG-7VM round
    PG-7VS round
    PG-7VL round
    PG-7VR round
    TBG-7V round
    OG-7V fragmentation round
    RPG-16 light antitank grenade launcher with PG-16V round
    PG-16V round
    RPG-29 (RPG-29N) light antitank grenade launcher with PG-29V round
    SPG-9M heavy antitank grenade launcher with OG-9VM1 and PG-9VS rounds
    OG-9VM1 fragmentation round
    PG-9VS antitank rocket
    RPG-18 antitank rocket
    RPG-22 antitank rocket
    RPG-26 antitank rocket
    RPG-27 antitank rocket
    RShG-1 assault rocket launcher
    RShG-2 assault rocket launcher
    Hand grenades
    RKG-3E (RKG-3EM) shaped charge hand grenade
    F1 hand grenade
    RGD-5 fragmentation hand grenade
    RGO defensive hand grenade
    RGN offensive hand grenade
    Observation and aiming devices
    B7x30 Sekunda caseless binoculars
    B8Mx30 binoculars
    B12-1 binoculars
    B10x50 binoculars
    OMS-1 Rouls monocular with stabilized field of view
    ARP-1 Kalkan artillery reconnaissance instrument
    BN-2 Relikviya night glasses
    NNP-23 Rezchik day/night observation device
    Kwaker night goggles
    BN-3 Leader night binoculars
    1PN86 Mulat infrared imaging sight for the Fagot and Konkurs-M antitank guided weapons
    1PN79-1 IR sight for the Kornet, Kornet-E and Konkurs-M antitank guided weapons
    1PN86VI Mulat-115 IR sight for the Metis and Metis-M antitank guided weapons
    TNP-1 Aktsept
    IR vision device
    LPR-1 Karalon-M laser surveillance device
    LPR-2 Anod laser surveillance device
    PLD-1 Fauna-M laser range-finding periscope
    1PN52 night sight
    1PN53 night artillery sight
    1PN51 (NSPU-3) night sight
    1PN58 (NSPUM-2) night sight
    PAG-17 automatic grenade launcher sight
    PGO-7V (1P38) optical sight for an antitank grenade launcher
    1PN93-1, 1PN93-2, 1PN93-3, 1PN93-4 night sights
    MPM-44M optical mortar sight
    PSO-1M2, PSO-1M2-01,
    PSO-1M2-02 optical sniper sights
    Luch optics detector
    NV-500 Zenit day/night sight
    1P59 Giperon sniper sight
    K-1 collimator
    NP-500 night sight
    NIT-A collimator sight
    SPP (10P50) sniper machine gun sight
    1P29 universal sight
    PNB binocular-type observation telescope
    TZK vertical tracking commander's telescope
    1PN54 night surveillance periscope
    PN-4K night surveillance telescope
    Orion-8, Kolibri night goggles
    1N10 monocular
    Sokol-4X and Sokol-5X night binoculars
    TR-8 periscope
    Kanadit sight system
    VK10T collimator sight for the
    NSV-12.7 machine gun
    9S484 Zarnitsa battlefield surveillance and Shturm-S antitank guided weapon aiming system
    Long-range binocular-type surveillance and photography periscope
    1D22 (LTsD-2) laser designator-rangefinder
    BS16x40 stabilized-image periscope
    1D26 small-size laser designator-rangefinder
    Berkut active-pulse TV night vision device with remote image transmission
    Air defense systems
    Air defense systems
    Krug surface-to-air missile system
    S-300V surface-to-air missile system
    Antey-2500 surface-to-air missile system
    2K12 Kub (Kvadrat) surface-to-air missile system
    Buk-M1 (9K37M1) surface-to-air missile system
    Buk-M1-2 surface-to-air missile system
    Ural medium-range multichannel mobile all-weather surface-to-air missile system
    Osa-AKM autonomous surace-to-air missile system
    Tor-M1 autonomous surface-to-air missile system
    Tunguska-M1 gun/missile air defense system
    Strela-10M3 (9K35M) surface-to-air missile system
    Strela-10M surface-to-air missile system
    Strela-2 (Strela-2M) manportable surface-to-air missile system
    Strela-3 manportable surface-to-air missile system
    Igla-1 (9K310) manportable surface-to-air missile system
    Igla (9K38) manportable surface-to-air missile system
    Igla-S manportable surface-to-air missile system
    Igla SAM system guidance equipment and launch modules
    Dzhigit missile carrying and launch mount
    ZSU-23-4 Shilka self-propelled antiaircraft gun mount
    Modernization of the ZSU-23-4 Shilka self-propelled antiaircraft gun mount of all modifications
    Sosna gun/missile air defense system
    23mm ZU-23 antiaircraft twin gun mount
    Modernized ZU-23 antiaircraft gun mount
    14.5mm ZPU-4 quadruple antiaircraft machine gun mount
    Small caliber antiaircraft artillery systems
    30mm 2A38M modernized twin-barrel automatic antiaircraft gun mount
    23mm 2A7M (2A7) automatic antiaircraft guns
    23mm 2A14 and 2A14M automatic antiaircraft guns
    Air defense automated battle anagement systems
    Automated battle management systems
    Polyana D4M1 automated battle management system (ABMS) of 9S52M1 air defense missile brigade
    Polyana-D4M automated battle management system (ABMS) of 9S52M air defense missile brigade
    9S482M7 (PU-12M7) mobile battery command post
    PU-12M6 mobile command post
    9S737 Ranzhir mobile battery command post
    9S737M mobile battery command post
    9S80-1 Sborka modernized air target acquisition and air defense units mobile command post of motorized infantry (tank) regiment
    Pori-P1M mobile automated radar information processing station
    Pori-P2VM mobile automated radar information processing station
    Pori-P3 (9S467-3) mobile automated radar information processing station
    Air defense surveillance radars
    Nebo-SV 2-D very-high-frequency (VHF) air surveillance radar
    Obzor-3 mobile 3-D air surveillance radar
    Imbir sector-scan radar
    Computers used in automated battle management systems
    Computers designed for use at fixed stations
    Baget-11-05 and Baget-11-06
    Baget-01-09 multiprocessor server
    Computers designed for mobile applications
    Baget-01-05 and Baget-01-06 operator workstations
    Baget-01-07 and Baget-01-08 operator workstations
    Baget-01-10 real-time computer
    Baget-21-02 real-time computer
    Baget-23V real-time computer
    Baget-33 and Baget-53 real-time computers
    Baget-62-03 real-time computer
    Baget-83 real-time computer
    Baget-55-04 and Baget-56 real-time computers designed for digital signal processing and battle
    management applications
    Baget-41 and Baget-43 computers for use in the field
    Baget-41 computer for use in the field
    Baget-43 computer for use with portable systems
    Training Facilities
    9F625-1 and 9F25 Versatile Trainers for the Crews of the Tochka-U and Tochka Missile Systems
    2U424 Static Trainer for the Shturm-S antitank missile system operators
    9F852 Trainer for the Shturm-S antitank missile system operators
    9F660-1M Trainer for the Kornet-E antitank missile system operators
    9F660-2 trainer for the Kornet antitank missile system operators
    9F660-3 trainer for the Konkurs-M antitank missile system operators
    9F660-4 trainer for the Metis and Metis-M antitank missile system operators
    1U33 optoelectrocic trainer (small arms, grenade launchers and flame throwers)
    1U37 Setka optoelectronic trainer (AK74 assault rifle)
    2X51 trainer for the crew of the 152mm Msta-S self-propelled howitzer
    14.5mm 2X31M versatile adapter
    14.5mm 2X35 versatile self-loading adapter
    30mm GI-7 adapter for use with the 2S9, 2S9-1, 2S23 and 2S31 self-propelled guns
    S-300V surface-to-air missile system crew trainer
    2U450 trainer for the Buk-M1 sufrace-to-air missile system crews using TV-optical sight
    Tor-M1 surface-to-air missile system operator autonomous trainer
    9F635 field trainer for the Igla and Igla-1 surface-to-air missile system operators
    Saman training target system
    9F838 laser simulator for small arms fire training
    Technical support
    Technical support facilities
    9V94 maintenance vehicle used with the Shturm-V and Shturm-S antitank guided weapons system
    9V868 maintenance vehicle of the Shturm-V antitank guided weapon system
    1I37 tank ordnance check and maintenance vehicle
    S01M02 maintenance vehicle of the Reflex system
    S01M02-1 maintenance vehicle of the Basnya system
    Maintenance vehicle of the S-300V surface-to-air missile system
    9V921 mobile automated tet station for the Tunguska (Tunguska-M) gun-missile air defense systems
    MRM-M2K mobile workshop
    9V866 mobile test station of the Igla and Igla-1 surface-to-air portable missile systems

  12. #117

    Default Ob'yekt - Experimental Soviet List

    http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...=www.google.ca

    SEE LIST IN LINK!!

    Ob'yekt 105 - SU-100P experimental self-propelled gun with 100 mm D-50/D-10A gun.
    Ob'yekt 105M - SU-100PM experimental self-propelled gun with D-50M gun.
    Ob'yekt 108 - SU-152G experimental SPH with 152 mm howitzer D-1.
    Ob'yekt 111 - T-46-5 experimental tank with heavy armor.
    Ob'yekt 112 - Experimental version of the T-28 used for development of different suspension systems.
    Ob'yekt 112 - BTR-112 experimental tracked Armoured Personnel Carrier on Ob'yekt 105 chassis.
    Ob'yekt 115
    Design of medium 3-turret wheel-***-truck tank on T-28 chassis Version 1.
    Design of medium 3-turret wheel-***-truck tank on T-28 chassis Version 2.
    Design of medium 3-turret wheel-***-truck tank on T-28 chassis Version 3.
    Design of medium 3-turret wheel-***-truck tank on T-28 chassis Version 4.

    Ob'yekt 116 - Design of light wheel-***-truck tank of plant #185.
    Ob'yekt 116 - SU-152P experimental self-propelled gun with 152-mm M-53 gun.
    Ob'yekt 117 - Experimental SP searchlight vehicle on Ob'yekt 105 chassis.
    Ob'yekt 118 - Design of 122mm self-propelled gun with D-30/D-20 guns.
    Ob'yekt 119 - ZSU-37-2 'Enisey' AA self-propelled gun on Ob'yekt 123 chassis.
    Ob'yekt 120 - SU-152 'Taran' experimental self-propelled gun with 152mm M-69 gun.
    Ob'yekt 123
    GM series tracked chassis for 152mm D-20 self-propelled gun.
    GSH series tracked chassis for 122mm D- 30 self-propelled gun.

  13. #118

    Default Kubinka Liste en Francais

    http://barbarossa.pagesperso-orange.fr/kubr.html


    [FONT=Impact][*******#ff0000][SIZE=+2]Liste du matériel Soviétique[/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT] [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+2]Pavillon 3 : Blindés légers[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BT-2 (1931) : char d'accompagnement de Cavalerie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-27 tankette (1931) : Modèle de transport de munitions (1940)[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-26 M 1932 : char d'accompagnement d'infanterie. Tourelle double[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-26S M 1937 : version perfectionné en blindage[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]OT-130 T-26 Lance-flammes[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BT-5 (1933) : Char standard des unités de cavalerie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-37A (1933) : Char de reconnaissance. Amphibie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-30 (1941) : prototype du T-40 [/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-40S (1941) : char standard amphibie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-26SP (1940) : prototype du T-50[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-50 (1940) : char d'infanterie peu utilisé[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-60 (1941) : char largement développé[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-70 (1942) : char léger standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ZSU-37 (1944) : véhicule anti-aérien[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-76M (1943) : canon d'assaut standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-80 (1943) : char léger peu développé[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]K-75 (1947) : ancêtre du PT76[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]K-78 (1950) : ancêtre du Btr 50, amphibie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]K-90 (1950) : ancêtre du PT76[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]PT-76B (1957) : char léger standard d'après guerre[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BTR-50 s ZPTU-2 (1955) : véhicule de défense anti-aérienne[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BTR-50 s ZPTU-4 (1955) : version de défense anti-aérienne du BTR-5[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BTR-50PK (1955) : véhicule de commandement[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BTR-50PN (1958) : variante[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]PT-76M (1960) : coque modifiée[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "906" (1963) : char léger à profil abaissé[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "934" (1975) : char léger amphibie canon 100mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "685" (1975) : char léger aéroporté canon 85mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "940" (1976) : véhicule de commandement[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ASU-76 (1949) : variante du ASU-57 avec canon de 76mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ASU-76P (1949) : canon d'assaut ASU-57[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ASSU-57 (1949) : canon d'assaut[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ASU-57P (1954) : ASU-57 avec superstructure élargie[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-85 (1956) : canon d'assaut[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]K-73 (1949) : transport[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BMD-1 (1961) : transport[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1] BTR-D (1974) : transport[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1] BREM-D (1989) : transport[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]BMD-2 (1983) : transport avec canon 30mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+2]Pavillon 2 : Blindés moyens[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-34 (1943) : Le char le plus répandu.[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-34-85 (1944) : T-34 armé d'un canon de 85mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-100 (1944) : canon d'assaut standard - canon 100mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-122 (1943) : canon d'assaut standard - obusier 122mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-44 (1944) : char de fin de guerre[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-101 (1945) : canon du SU-100 monté sur un châssis de T-44[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-54 (1946) : prototype [/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-54 (1949) : modèle initial de production[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-54A (1951) : modèle standard de production[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-122-54 (1954) : canon d'assaut sur châssis de T-54[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ZSU-57-2 (1955) : canon anti-aérien sur châssis de T-54[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-55 (1955) : char moyen standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-55 Almaz (1961) : équipé pour la vision nocturne[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "483" (1959) : lance-flammes expérimental[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]TO-55 (1956) : lance-flammes standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-62 (1960) : dessiné par L .N . Kartsev, modèle initial de production[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "167" (1961) : T-62 avec une nouvelle suspension - modèle diesel 700[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet 1"67sGTD" (1962) : modifié avec turbine 800[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]IT-1 (1968) : T-62 armé de missiles[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "430" (1960) : prototype de T-64 - canon 100mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "432" (1963) : prototype de T-64[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "434" (1967) : prototype de T-64 - canon 115mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-64A (1969) : T-64 standard - canon 125mm - produit de 1969 à 1981[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "775" (1962) : T-64 abaissé lance-missiles de P.P. Isakov [/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "287" (1962) : chasseur de chars - 2 tourelle de 73mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "288" (1962) : T-64 d'observation[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "172" (1968) : prototype T-72[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "172M" (1972) : prototype T-72A[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "174/T-72BV" : T-72 avec blindage réactif[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "219/T-80" (1976) : prototype T-80[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+2]Pavillon 1 : Blindés lourds[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-35 (1933) : Char lourd d'avant guerre[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-14/Br-2 (1939) : prototype canon d'assaut[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-100U (1939) : prototype [/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]KV-1s-85 (1943) : KV-1s avec canon de 85 (avant le KV 85)[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-152/KV-14 (1943) : canon d'assaut avec tourelle de KV[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]IS-2m (1943) : char lourd standard "Josef Staline" - châssis de KV-13[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ISU-122S : canon d'assaut[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]IS-3 (1945) : version de production standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ISU-130 (1945) : chassis de ISU-122 - canon de 130mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ISU-152 (1945) : canon d'assaut standard[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "701/IS-4" (1945) : quelques exemplaires fabriqués en 1947[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]IS-7 (1948) : prototype char lourd[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]IS-8 (T-10) : prototype de T-10[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ISU-152K (1956) : canon d'assaut[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]T-10M (1957) : version moderne[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]ISu-152M (1959) : version moderne[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "266" (1957) : dérivé du T-10[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "268" (1956) : canon d'assaut monté sur T-10[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "277" (1957) : dérivé du T-10 avec large tourelle et bords arrondis[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "279" (1957) : Troyanov char Super lourd[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "770" (1957) : Isakov char lourd[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-100 (1952) : canon d'assaut avec obusier 100mm[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-100P (1949) : châssis ouvert[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "112" (1949) : châssis de GM-100[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-152P (1949) : tourelle ouverte sur GM-100[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]SU-152G (1949) : SU-152P en version obusier[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]Objet "120" (1965) : ancêtre du 2S3[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]2S3 Akatsiya (1970) : obusier 152mm auto-propulsé standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Impact][SIZE=+1]2S4 Giatsint (1979) : canon 152mm auto-propulsé standard[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Times New Roman,Times][SIZE=+1]Sources : Informations collectés sur place aidé du catalogue de Steven J. Zaloga[/SIZE][/FONT]

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    http://shakron.zapto.org:81/CN/Weapons/airdef.htm

    [*******#800000][SIZE=+1]Antiaircraft Artillery Systems:[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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    [*******#800000][SIZE=+1]ZSU 23-4 SHilka 23-mm SP AA Gun System[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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    [*******#800000][SIZE=+1]2S6 Tunguska Integrated Air defense System[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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    http://www.whatifmodelers.com/index.php?topic=20071.30

    The Red Army
    On November 19, 1990 the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty (CFE) was signed in Paris by all 22 member nations. At a stroke the Warsaw Pact’s numerical superiority was gone and both sides scrapped 70,000 pieces of Treaty-Limited Equipment. The Soviet Union still held large stockpiles behind the Urals and moved some 800 tanks and APCs to these regions to circumvent the Treaty. In 2002 the USA finally abrogated the ABM Treaty after numerous breaches and in response the Soviet Union pulled out of the CFE moving back two armoured divisions into Eastern Europe and 1,000 armoured vehicles and 100 attack helicopters.

    In 2005 the Red Army looked like this;

    Strategic Rocket Forces
    START II was ratified in January 1993 and has radically altered the nuclear capabilities of the Soviet war machine. All MRV and MIRV equipped land-based missiles have been scrapped, or converted to single warhead status, and total warheads now only number 3,100. Out of these more than 1,744 may be carried by submarines, no more than 800 by land-based ICBMs and no more than 1,500 by manned bombers or air-launched missiles. Up to 100 extra bombers have been declared as conventional bombers.
    All SS-18, SS-24 and part of the SS-19 fleet has been withdrawn, some SS-19 will be retained until 2007 as single warhead missiles. The new 10,500km range RS-12M2 Topol-M (SS-27) land-mobile ICBM was declared operational in 1998 in one regiment with 10 missiles. A second regiment was formed in 1999 and since 2000-2003 30 missiles a year have been built and from 2005 50 will be built a year until 230 are completed. These will replace the current ICBMs, 230 on mobile TELs and 90 in converted SS-18 silos.
    The SS-X-26 Kurier, SS-X-27 RT-2PM2 Universal and the SS-X-28 Albatros programmes to create a large fleet of cheap missiles to defeat any planned SDI system by sheer mass was abandoned in October 1991 when it seemed unlikely such a system would appear and that fact that START I was reducing nuclear fleets anyway. The planned RT-23M Yarmak was an improved RT-23 (SS-24) with a 10 MIRV warhead and development ended in 1993 when START II was signed. As many as 7 missiles had been tested by that time. The R-36M3 Ikar was to be a solid-fuel replacement for the SS-18 but instead was cancelled in 1993 due to START II.

    Main Battle Tanks
    T-54/ T-55
    Few are left in Soviet service but around 5,000 may still be stored. Most combat engineer versions are still in service. Since 1994 around 400 tanks have been upgraded with new engines and laser rangefinders and sold to African and Asian allies as basic tanks more suited to conscript armies as the T-55S.
    Romania has fitted its entire fleet with side skirts, laser range-finder, and new fire-control systems and improved engine cooling.
    Slovenia has upgraded its entire inventory as the M-55 S1 with new armour, L7 105mm gun, British fire-control systems and a new Czech-built engine.

    T-62
    Although a few T-62MV with laser-guided munitions and ERA remain in Soviet service a further 2,000 are still stored. None are left in Warsaw Pact service.

    T-72
    Still in production for the export market the Soviet Army and Warsaw Pact nations now mainly use the T-72 tank. Current versions are the T-72M1 with thicker armour but upgraded from T-72A models, the T-72AV with ERA, T-72BK command tank, T-72S2 the most recent export standard since 1997 with ERA and laser-guided fire-control systems and the T-72BM with newer ERA and the T-72BVM with Shotra-1 self-defensive suite, newer ERA and a new transmission much like the T-90. All B variants in Soviet and Warsaw Pact service feature AT-11 Sniper ATGW capability.
    Production in Czechoslovakia ended in 1992 but upgrading continues, India now builds the T-72M1 and upgraded their entire fleet to the same standard, Iran builds the T-72S and Iraq builds the T-72M1 in limited numbers with a French fire-control system and a new western diesel engine. Production in Poland has moved on to newer developments.
    Since 1987 the Soviet Army has begun to standardise on the T-72 as the engineering base to replace the T-55 variants. These include the MTU-72 AVLB, BREM-1 ARV, BREM-2 ARV, IMR-2 combat engineer vehicle, BMR-3M minesweeper and BMPT tank support vehicle.

    T-64
    Never a success and never exported all surviving types now serve in eastern areas as training vehicles and have been upgraded to T-64BV and T-64BV-1 standard with ERA. A few T-64R with the gun of the T-80 are still in service too.

    T-80
    Entering service in 1983 as a development of the T-64 with a new smoothbore 125mm gun able to fire the AT-8 Songster missile, around 30,000 have now been built and in Soviet service. None have been exported except for 200 T-80UD to East Germany in 1999. Development followed two lines, the gas turbine powered T-80U and the diesel powered T-80UD.
    The T-80U, first seen in 1989, suffers from very low range due to high fuel consumption and was followed by the T-80UK command tank and the follow-on T-80UM in 1991 with a new 1,250hp gas turbine and a new fire-control system. From 1998 the T-80UM-1 entered service with the Shtora-1 system which decoys and jams missile guidance with powerful IR pulses and the Arena millimetric radar system detects incoming projectiles and fires a screen of mini-slugs to deflect or destroy them. There is also an automatic laser-detecting self-defence suite (when a range-finding laser is detected it fires countermeasures and slews the turret onto the bearing of the source). In 2002 a new cast turret with thicker armour and new double-layer ERA was added as the T-80UM-2.
    The T-80UD had a 1,100hp diesel to cure the low range but production ended in 1994 in favour of the T-80UM.
    The BREM-80 ARV uses the T-80 hull and an 840hp V-84MS diesel engine but only 200 have been built.

    T-84
    Developed at the Kharkov Moroznov Design Bureau since 1995 the T-84 is an upgraded T-80 with a larger turret with thicker composite armour, new transmission, Shotra-2, an upgraded Arena-2 system, AT-11 capability and a new 1,200hp 6TD-2 diesel engine. A millimetric radar is also fitted to the external turret along with an IFF system. The Relikit ERA system detonates before the incoming round hits from information provided a millimetric radar and is five times more effective than any other such armour. Radar absorbent paints are also used to lower the radar returns to airborne systems. Fewer than 600 T-84A and T-84K variants are in service but all are based in the Western TVD or in East Germany. Production began in 1998 but no exports have been made.

    T-90
    When rumours of a new lightweight tank based on the T-72 and T-80 surfaced in the early 1990s it seemed a poor choice for a future tank given the capability of the T-80 series. In fact the T-90 was an export type and only around 100 have ever entered Soviet service although most Warsaw Pact nations have some and East Germany has 500. Production began in 1994 and the T-90 has the Shotra-1 system, Arena system, fire-control and the new ERA of the T-80UM-1 with a revised T-72 hull, new transmission and upgraded V-84MS diesel engine. The 125mm gun fires the AT-11 Sniper laser-guided missile. The T-90S is the cheaper basic export version without AT-11 capability or Shotra-1. Variants are the T-90K command tank, IMR-2MA engineer tank (East Germany and USSR brought a batch each), MTU-90 AVLB (East Germany and India). Sales so far are East Germany 500, Hungary 120, Bulgaria 60, India 500, Syria 250, Cuba 100 and Vietnam 50.

    T-95
    Rumours began to leak in the early 1990s that alongside the T-90 the Soviets were building a high-risk advanced MBT, possibly with an external gun mounting and thus having no turret. No solid news has ever emerged in the West about the T-95 but it seems prototypes of such a tank began trials during 1999. The first such prototype developed at Kharkov KB first ran in 1987 using as T-80 chassis with an external turret, development went back as far as 1984. It is thought development of the T-95 began in 1988 and that trials began in 1994. The chassis houses a crew of three, a multi-fuel gas turbine engine and is armoured with advanced composite armour with depleted uranium layers and the latest ERA. The 125mm smoothbore gun is mounted in an external pod with 36 rounds of ammunition.
    In 2002 the T-2000 Black Eagle was revealed to the West during a small private display for the US Secretary of Defence during his visit to Moscow. This tank was supposed to be a second-generation T-95. It weighs 48,000kg, is 6.9m long, 3.5m wide and 1.8m high. A newly developed 1,500hp GTD-1500 diesel powers the tank to 44mph and the range is around 280 miles. The external pod carries a 2A23 125mm smoothbore gun and a co-axial 7.62mm MG. AT-11 Sniper can also be fired and rate of fire is 14rpm. Over the commanders hatch is one 12.7mm AA MG. The three crew sit in an armoured capsule within the hull and have three sets of periscopes and three electro-optical sights. A millimetric radar is also fitted to the external turret along with an IFF system. The Relikit ERA actually detonates before the incoming round hits from information provided by the radar and is five times more effective than any other such armour. It is thought as many as 150 may have entered Soviet service from 2000 as the T-95.

    Pz-85
    East Germany opened the Dresden Tank Bureau in 1985 and produced the design for a main battle tank and a common chassis for an IFV and APC. The latter became the SPz-87 and the MRT. The tank became the Pz-85. Based on the T-72 it weighs 45,450kg, is 9.87m long, 3.6m wide and 2.22m high, a 950hp Type DM-712S diesel is fitted as is the complete gun and fire-control systems of the T-80 (including AT-8 capability) and Polish developed ERA and smoke-dischargers. Basic AVLB and ARV variants were built from 1997. Around 250 have been built and production ended in 1999 with Soviet pressure and the T-90 was brought instead of the planned upgraded Pz-85M. Tanks fitted with Shotra-1 are designated Pz-85AM.

    PT-91
    Poland has built hundreds of T-72M1 and T-72M1K tanks and from this experience developed the PT-91. This combines a T-72 hull with a Polish 848hp Type S-12U diesel engine, Polish developed ERA, Polish developed laser-warning system, digital fire-control, improved NBC system, new fire suppression system, new tracks with rubber pads and better mine protection. The prototype completed in 1992 and since then 400 have been built and the chassis is used for the WZT-3 ARV, MID armoured engineer vehicle, PMC-90 AVLB and a driver training tank. The rumoured Goryl tank with better dual-layer ERA never appeared in frontline service.

    Romanian Tanks
    Romania has built copies of many Soviet tanks and almost all remain in service today. The TR-580 of 1985 was a T-55 copy with six road wheels and side skirts; the TR-85 which followed was similar but had a laser-rangefinder, more angular turret and different engine decks with a 600hp German diesel. The TR-85M1 has extra frontal armour on the turret and other improvements. This was followed by the TR-800 which has larger skirts, new 830hp diesel and better fire-control equipment. The TR-125 is a T-72 copy with seven road wheels and better armour but few were built. The TR-800 was the basis for the TER-800 ARV.

    Infantry Fighting Vehicles and APCs
    Soviet and Warsaw Pact IFVs and APC including new conversions and East German APCs based on the MT-LB.

    BMP-1
    The APC that began the IFV revolution and the first vehicle that packed the firepower of a light tank with an infantry section and was amphibious and fast enough to keep pace with the tank columns of the Red Army. Large numbers still remain in Soviet and Warsaw Pact service and include the BMP-1F reconnaissance model used by Hungary, the AT-4 equipped BMP-1P, the BRM-1K reconnaissance model with a 30mm cannon, BREM-1 and BREM-4 ARVs, BMP-1KShM unarmed command variant, the Polish built BWP, various Czech versions including the OT-90 with the turret of the OT-64 with one 14.5mm HMG and one 7.62mm MG (nearly all Czech BMP-1s were converted to this standard to circumvent the CFE treaty which classified the BMP-1 with its 73mm gun as a light tank), mine clearing variants, PRP-3 two-man radar vehicle, the IRM amphibious reconnaissance vehicle and the BMP-POO training vehicle.

    BMP-2
    Still in service in large numbers with Soviet and Warsaw Pact nations as an IFV with some 500 upgraded BMP-2M with the new Kliver one-man powered turret (as fitted to the BTR-80) with an externally mounted 30mm cannon, 30mm automatic grenade launcher and one 7.62mm MG and upgraded appliqué armour. Czech versions are called the BVP-2.

    BMP-3
    First seen in 1990 the BMP-3 goes back to the roots of the BMP-1 offering firepower to support its infantry section. The turret is features one rifled 100mm gun with a co-axial 30mm cannon and one 7.62mm MG and two bow-mounted 7.62mm MGs. The 100mm gun can fire six AT-10 laser-guided missiles. The vehicle is fully amphibious and no less than 5,000 have been built since 1989. Most are the standard type IFV and none have been exported outside the USSR. In 2003 the BMMP entered service with the Naval Infantry fitted with the turret of the BMP-2 without ATGWs. The BRM-3 is a reconnaissance variant and 1,200 will replace the BRDM-2 armoured car by 2009. They are armed with a 30mm cannon in a new turret with a co-axial 7.62mm MG. Six crew are carried and the four operators in the rear have various electro-optical and target finding systems including a retractable mast and Shotra-1 self-defence systems. Other variants include the BREM-L ARV, BMP-3K command vehicle, a driver training vehicle, the BMP-3P anti-tank vehicle armed with a retractable launcher for six AT-14 Kornet ATGW and a crew of three. Only one 7.62mm is carried. Only 100 of these have been built since 1996 but 800 of the BMP-3PM with the fully automatic radar-guided AT-15 Khrizantema system are planned to enter service from 2007. This currently is the world’s most advanced anti-tank system and the first to be completely automatic with radar guidance or a semi-auto laser guided mode.

    MT-LB
    Introduced in the late 1960s as a general purpose tracked chassis it is used as a basic APC or artillery tractor. Production in Soviet and Polish factories has ended but Bulgaria continues production for its own needs and for export. Variants still in use are; MT-LBV with 565mm wide tracks, MY-LBU command version with radio, generator and a Glonass navigation system. TT-LB with ‘Big Fred’ artillery/ mortar locating radar, MTP-LB repair vehicle with crane and winch, MT-LB engineers vehicle, MT-LB ambulance, RKhM NBC reconnaissance vehicle, MT-LB Mortar with one 82mm or 120mm mortar, MT-LP anti-tank version with a retractable AT-6 launcher. Poland has a MT-LB variant with the turret of the OT-64C with 14.5mm and 7.62mm MGs.

    BMD-1
    Developed for the Airborne Forces the BMD-1 was first seen in 1973 and fitted with the turret of the BMP-1. It is amphibious and has hydropneumatic suspension. Most of these have had the AT-3 Sagger removed and replaced by the AT-4 Spigot as the BMD-1P. Most are now in reserve or in Indian and Iraqi service.

    BTR-D
    A larger APC variant of the BMD-1 with a sixth road wheel, no turret and a higher troop compartment. Also in service as the BMD-KShM command vehicle, 1V118 artillery observation post, 1C119 artillery fire direction vehicle, BREM-D ARV, BTR-D with ZU-23 AA gun and the BMD-KShMR RPV launcher and command vehicle.

    BMD-2
    By the early 1980s the BMD-2 entered service with the turret of the BMP-2 with a 30mm cannon and AT-5 Spandrel ATGW. Only one bow-mounted 7.62mm MG is fitted. These remain in service with Airborne Forces.

    BMD-3
    Production of the larger and heavier BMD-3 began in 1989 and has become the standard IFV for the Airborne Forces replacing most of the older BMD-1. Armament is the same as the BMD-2 but it carries five rather than four troops. In 1992 the RKhM-5 NBC reconnaissance vehicle entered service and was followed by the turret-less BTR-DM multi-purpose carrier. Since 1998 the BMD-3M with the turret of the BMP-3 has entered service as the new IFV/ light tank.

    BTR-T
    Exercises in East Germany during the early 1990s showed that the frontline IFV waves would be decimated by the modern ATGW fielded by NATO forces and that even the new BMP-3 could not withstand the punishment the tanks of the Red Army could. In a real war the tanks would lack enough infantry support. It was then the Army began experiments with converted surplus tanks. Since 1997 around 500 stored T-55 tanks have been rebuilt as BTR-T assault IFVs.
    A refurbished 580hp diesel is fitted; the turret replaced by a compartment for five infantry men. Ahead of that is a one-man Kliver turret with 30mm cannon, 30mm automatic grenade launcher, 7.62mm MG and AT-4 Spigot ATGW. The troops only have roof hatches but it is a cheap and effective way to get infantry under thick armour. Extra armour and ERA is also added.

    BTR-60
    Still in use with Soviet client states only a few command variants remain in Warsaw Pact service. These include the; 1V18 artillery observation vehicle, 1V19 fire direction vehicle, BTR-60-R-409BM radio communications vehicle, BTR-60AVS command vehicle, BTR-60PAU air defence command vehicle with IA-PVO units, BTR-60VVS air co-operation communications vehicle, BTR-60P repair vehicle, BTR-60PU command vehicle and the BTR-60MS radio vehicle with ‘High Ball’ telescopic antenna.

    BTR-70
    Still in widespread Soviet and Warsaw Pact use but being steadily replaced by the BTR-90 in Motor Rifle units but still remains the main Naval Infantry APC. Variants include the BTR-70MS turret-less radio vehicle, BTR-70MBP artillery command vehicle, BTR-70KShM command vehicle, BREM ARV, BTR-70Kh NBC reconnaissance vehicle and the SPR-2 radar jammer.

    BTR-80
    While the BTR-70 was an improvement it still had two petrol engines and had poor access. The BTR-80 has a new diesel engine and is a much better APC. Production ended in 1995 and it has become the main wheeled APC of the Soviet Army and was exported to Finland, Hungary and Turkey. Since 1996 around 1,000 have been refitted with the one-man Kliver turret (without the 30mm grenade launcher). Variants include the BTR-80KshM command vehicle, RKhM-4 NBC reconnaissance vehicle, BREM-K ARV, SPR-3 radar jammer and the BTR-80PB FAC control vehicle with Plexiglas dome and radio equipment.

    BTR-90
    Developed in the early 1990s by the Arazmas Machine Construction Plant the BTR-90 features a 510hp diesel engine, greater internal volume, thicker armour and the complete turret of the BMP-2 with AT-5 Spandrel and a newer fire-control system. It replaced the BTR-80 on the production line in 1996 and around 1,200 have been ordered to replace the last of the BTR-70s and to re-equip the Naval Infantry units and it has begun to equip the Soviet Border Guards (but these APCs lack the ATGW). East Germany and Poland have ordered around 250 each but no other variants have yet been built.

    BMP-23
    Bulgaria needed a modern IFV and so used the basis of the MT-LB (built in Bulgaria) and 2S1 SPG to create a vehicle very similar to the BMP-2. The turret is armed with one 23mm cannon and a co-axial 7.62mm MG with a roof-mounted AT-3 Sagger launcher. Seven infantrymen are carried. The related BRM-23 is similar but has five crew and additional Soviet-supplied observation equipment. The modernised BMP-23A had smoke-dischargers and AT-4 Spigot ATGW. The most recent Bulgarian IFV is the BMP-30 with the complete turret of the BMP-2.

    OT-62B
    Developed jointly by Czechoslovakia and Poland as their version of the BTR-50PK the OT-62 entered Czech service in 1964 and Polish service in 1966. Today only the Polish Naval Infantry have any APC variants and a few WPT-TOPAS ARVs remain in Polish service and the Czechs have a few DPT-62 repair vehicles and OT-62R radio communications vehicles.

    OT-64C
    Known in Poland as the SKOT-2A this is a joint Czech-Polish eight-wheeled APC. Around 700 in both countries have been upgraded with new suspension and a 200hp Tatra diesel engine. The OT-64C2 (SKOT-2AP) remains in service as an APC alongside the various command, radio, re-supply and repair variants of both countries.

    SPz-87
    Based on the chassis and running gear of the MRT the Dresden Tank Bureau the SPz-87 was developed and entered service in 1988. Weighing 14,680kg the SPz-87 is 6.82m long, 3.15m wide and 2.68m high carries seven infantrymen and has armour 50-12mm thick. ERA can be fitted and the turret has a 30mm cannon, 30mm grenade launcher, 7.62mm MG and roof-mounted AT-5 Spandrel. A 300hp DM-7100M diesel gives a top speed of 40mph and a range of 380 miles. The SPz-87 is fully amphibious and around 650 have been built. Variants include the SPz-87K command vehicle, SPz-87B ARV and the SPz-87Z support vehicle with the turret of the BMP-3.

    MRT
    This is the East German version of the MT-LB with the running gear of a BMP-2 with a new high APC hull with roof hatches and rear doors. Weighing 12,200kg the MRT is 6.82m long, 3.15m wide and 2.11m high, carries ten-twelve infantrymen and has armour 20-10mm thick. A 300hp DM-7100A diesel gives a top speed of 42mph and a range of 380 miles. A remotely operated 12.7mm HMG turret is fitted to all variants. The APC has two rifle ports These include command, repair, ARV, artillery locating radar carrier, engineering and mortar carriers with 81mm and 120mm mortars. In 1995 the MRT-Pz entered service with a retractable launcher for 20 AT-14 Kornet ATGW.

    PSZH-IV
    Developed by Hungary as a light 4x4 APC today it only serves as an internal security vehicle and around 100 have been sold to various Soviet client states in Africa. The PSZH-CH NBC reconnaissance variant remains in service.

    MLVM
    Developed by ROMARM in Romania the MLVM meets a need for an APC which could operate in mountainous terrain. It is a basic type which seats 7 infantry and has a turret with a 14.5mm HMG and one 7.62mm MG. The MLVM AR carries a 120mm mortar and the ABAL is a combat supply vehicle.

    MLI-84
    Basically a licence built BMP-1 with heavier armour, different engine and a 12.7mm HMG over the rear roof hatches. Only 184 were built and none were ever exported. Since 1998 the whole fleet has been upgraded to MLI-84M standard with a 400hp Perkins diesel, new suspension and a Kliver turret but retaining the AT-3 Sagger.

    TAB-71
    First seen in Romania in 1972 the TAB-71 is a modernised BTR-60 development with two 140hp petrol engines. Few remain in Romanian service except for numerous repair and command vehicles.

    TAB-77
    A developed TAB-71 with local diesel engines and a new Romanian developed turret with one 14.5mm HMG and one 7.62mm MG. Still in widespread service as a basic APC other variants include the TAB-77 PCOMA artillery observation vehicle, TAB-77A command post and the TERA-77L ARV.

    TAB-79
    A 4x4 version of the 8x8 TAB-77 developed by ROMARM as a four-seat APC. It has the turret of the MLVM and is fully amphibious. Variants include the TAB-79A PCOMA artillery observation vehicle with one 7.62mm MG, TAB-79AR 82mm mortar carrier, TAB RCH-84 NBC recce vehicle, AM 425 SA-9 SAM carrier and the TAB-79M turret-less APC with one pintle mounted 7.62mm MG.

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