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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy96
    Does Peru field T-55's with the bra armor upgrades? I think that's the T-55AM/AM2.
    In the following weeks is expected that Diseņos Casanave will demonstrate its T-55M2A1 that includes 'something' called a "Pancake" Armor Kit. Also includes the ability to fire the Bastion Missile, A/C, Turbo, and a few other improvements to the ol' and reliable T-55.

    Anyway, some people would like to see an increase in the number of Su-25s.

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    Haze,

    you can find more girls here: http://armoreddefense.com/v-web/gallery/Peruvian-Girls

    and there: http://batallonzepita.com/fotos_y_videos/Gente-del-Peru

    Miis World 2004: Yep Peruvian:


    Be advised - just in case - that the temper of Peruvian Women as well as their mood swings is almost legendary.

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    Stormshadow,

    If you ask me, the Gurgel is a piece of sh...

    I prefer one of these: BTW made in Peru, and these guys have a racing Tubular that can hit 200km/h:




    Peruvian Tubular in Egypt:
    http://www.dunaventura.com/dbfotos/f...O/PICT0096.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro_rafael
    In the following weeks is expected that Diseņos Casanave will demonstrate its T-55M2A1 that includes 'something' called a "Pancake" Armor Kit. Also includes the ability to fire the Bastion Missile, A/C, Turbo, and a few other improvements to the ol' and reliable T-55.
    I'm guessing the "pancake" armor is another name for the "bra" armor kit seen here on this AM2.

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    thatguy96,
    mmmmm.....probably. We will see in a few weeks.

    Another Photo: Chinese Truck Dong Feng


    Peruvian Army loves this truck. Works great in high, low, hot and cold. Simple, sturdy and easy to maintain.

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    Peruvian Army T-55 and ZSU-23:



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    Again, good photos.

    The T-55M2A1 seems to be a promising upgrade. The AT-10 Stabber seems to be a nice addition. Although the armour penetration ability is somewhat on the low side I assume it's enough for what Peru's neighbours has in their inventory.

    The missile can engage tanks with explosive reactive armour (ERA) as well as slow, low-flying targets such as helicopters. Range is 100 to 4,000m. Hit probability is given as at least 0.8 with armour penetration of 550-600mm RHA. Ammunition load is 8 rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kekkonen
    Again, good photos.

    The T-55M2A1 seems to be a promising upgrade. The AT-10 Stabber seems to be a nice addition. Although the armour penetration ability is somewhat on the low side I assume it's enough for what Peru's neighbours has in their inventory.
    Kekkonen,

    You got it!

    Really depends on the neighbourhood. What they have as well as their tactics and intentions.

    Here a Photo of an Ecuadorian ****y Trap - 1995 Cenepa Conflcit:
    [img]http://armoreddefense.com/v-web/gallery/albums/Semper-Fidelis-EP/Cenepa0019_Ecuadorian_****y_Traps_a_la_Vietnam_sharp_wood_sticks_with_human_feces_Courtesy_of_Francisco_Gereda.jpg[/img]
    Hidden and very sharp wood sticks covered in human feces.

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    Stormshadow,

    If you ask me, the Gurgel is a piece of sh...

    I prefer one of these: BTW made in Peru, and these guys have a racing Tubular that can hit 200km/h:
    True, the Gurgel does look fragile. The Tubular looks good, I don't mind one for myself to pick up chicas at the playa with.

    Keep up with the good posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro_rafael
    The one with the MiG-29 firing a R-73 (AA-11 Archer) was nice.



    Country Russia
    Manafacturer Vympel
    Date Deployed 1980s
    Range 20 km (R-73M1) 30 km (R-73M2) 40 km
    Speed Mach 2.5
    Propulsion One solid-propellant rocket motor
    Guidance All aspect Infrared
    Warhead 7.4 kg HE expanding rod warhead
    Launch Weight 105 kg (R-73M1) 115 kg (R-73M2)
    Length 2.9 m
    Diameter 170 mm
    Fin Span 0.51 m
    Platforms Mig-29, Mig-31, Su-24, Su-25, Su-27, Su-35

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    Kekkonen,

    Another video. his time from the Army:

    http://www.ejercito.mil.pe/ejercitoa...ede/pdiede.wmv

    Regards,

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    Japanese citizens - or otherwise Japanese related - hostages rescued, safe and sound, by Peruvian comandos from the residence of the Japanese Ambassador in Lima - Year 1997:


    Keiichi Saito - Director of Marubeni Peru


    Yoshihiko Saito - President of Ajinomoto Peru


    Masaru Tomita - President of Toyota Peru


    Masami Kobayashi - President of Mitsui Bussan Peru


    Yutaka Morizono - President of Kanematsu Peru Import Export


    Tadashi Iwamoto - President of Tomen Peru Import Export


    Masanori Sugimaru - President of Niko Creative Service


    Shigenori Sato - Director of Nisho Iwai, Lima branch


    Yoshiaki Kitagawa - President of Mitsui Kinzoku Peru


    Tateo Kawakami - President of Japanese Federation of Mutual Fisheries Peru

    Chavin de Huantar rescue operation was not ousourced and help offers from foreign services were kindly acknowledged. Thank you guys.


    Photos courtesy of Caretas magazine.

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    Pedro-Rafael

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    Pedro, I remember watching the rescue on the television.
    Pedro, you have any pictures of the Fuerzas Especiales of Peru ?
    Thanks

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    Vive Peru!

    Soy Colombiano Amigo

    Go Peru jiiipie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormShadow
    Pedro, I remember watching the rescue on the television.
    Pedro, you have any pictures of the Fuerzas Especiales of Peru ?
    Thanks
    Not sure is this are spec forces, love the p90's

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    Wow.. excellent pics.. and nice P90's too.. Keep posting pal.

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