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    Maybe he was slav's jew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purba Negoro View Post
    Our air force built up by the Soviets was the most powerful and modern in the South Eats Asian region under Sukarno- but the CIA assisted a coup against him (acutally we also resented that he sought closer link to our hereditary enemy China- we hate them very much for beng colonial collaborator and stealing native lands).
    Ohh what a shame, SU was destroyed but capitalistic pigs

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    Dzhaga-dzhaga, that last photo of tank is just outstanding! Wallpaper material right there!

    What tank is it? T-72/80/90? Sorry for idiotic question, but I'm still having a hard time distinguishing them. Is there any feature in these models that can definetly point which tank is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy! View Post
    Dzhaga-dzhaga, that last photo of tank is just outstanding! Wallpaper material right there!

    What tank is it? T-72/80/90? Sorry for idiotic question, but I'm still having a hard time distinguishing them. Is there any feature in these models that can definetly point which tank is it?
    I think the easiest way to distinguish them is the the turret and the number of wheels. I think the T-90 has less wheel than the T-72.

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    Interesting video of (Czech Army) BRDM2 deploying KONKURS missiles.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELDie...eature=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuclear_Warrior View Post
    I think the easiest way to distinguish them is the the turret and the number of wheels. I think the T-90 has less wheel than the T-72.
    All soviet/russian tanks after T-64 have the same number of roadwheels, six.

    And the tank on the picture is a T-72

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazard1024 View Post
    All soviet/russian tanks after T-64 have the same number of roadwheels, six.

    And the tank on the picture is a T-72
    I remember reading that the T-72 had 7 wheels while the T-80 and T-90 had 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moskit View Post
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    Can someone id the vest ?
    The Spetznas guys are looking awesome.

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    I thing they had no handcuffs
    It's some kind of "som" (Сом М32-СБВ-2)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuclear_Warrior View Post
    I remember reading that the T-72 had 7 wheels while the T-80 and T-90 had 6.
    T-80 and T-64 have smallish wheels with gaps in between, T-72 and T-90 have large wheels with almost no gap between them. Thats the easiest way to tell them apart. The tank in the pic is def a T-72 since it has K-1 reactive armour, T-90 has K-5.

    T-62 and T-55 had 5 road wheels, everything after had 6. The latest Black Eagle prototype was based on a lengthened T-80 chassis wit h7 road wheels, maybe thats what youre thinking of?

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    Also the TR-125, the Romanian version of the T-72 had 7 roadwheels (they did seem to have a penchant for increasing the number of roadwheels, as their T-55, the TR-85 had 6).

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